Friday, 13 December 2013

Jellypark - Challenge Reminder and Stocking Stuffer Idea!

Happy Friday, my friends!

I'm back today to share with you a fun little Jellypark project. It fits right in with the month long Christmas Challenge that is going on over at Jellypark Friends. I used the image called "Gingerbread Woman" and you can find it in the Jellypark Shop right HERE.

If you're still looking for some last minute stocking stuffers or gift ideas, this one is ideal. It's so quick and easy and FUN to make. It's a little recipe book! I printed the image on kraft cardstock, colored it up, and cut it out. I used two pieces of medium chipboard measuring 4" X  6". I covered the front and the back in this fun...and most suitable...designer paper. Then I added 24 recipe cards between the covers and bound it with my Bind-It-All. I adhered the fun sentiment on the front, then added some seam binding and rhinestones. 

This would make a lovely gift as it is, especially if some special recipes are added to the cards. It would also be a wonderful addition to a basket of baking goodies; cookie cutters, icing and decorative tips, baking pans, or even a jar of gingerbread mix! :o)


Here's a photo of the stamping I did on the inside.
This one is for one of my girls...but don't tell her! ;o)


Materials Used:
Papers: American Craft - Merrymint;
Image: Jellypark Digi - Gingerbread Woman,
Prismacolor Pencils and OMS;
Dies: Spellbinders Shapeabilities - Lotus Pendants,
Orchard Harvest Tags and Accents;
Stamps: Stampin' Up - Unknown,
October Afternoon - Home for the Holidays;
Inks: Memento - Tuxedo Black, CTMH - Cranberry;
Seam Binding and Rhinestones from My Stash.

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Why don't you pop on over to the 
and link up your Christmas projects!
If you use a Jellypark Image your project will be counted twice! 

Christmas is so much FUN!! :o)

14 comments:

  1. Wow Nancy, such a beautiful project.
    Hugs Astrid

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  2. Good morning sweetie this is just gorgeous, hugs Pops x x x

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  3. That is so cute!!! I have that Yummy Stamp and still haven't used it. I need to get it out and do something with it. Thanks for sharing! :0)

    cindys-greencricut.blogspot.com

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  4. Your gingerdoll project is the cutest Nancy! And absolutely perfect for Christmas, love those pretty papers! Hugs, Ira x
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  5. What a darling little recipe book and little gingerbread woman Nancy, it will make a wonderful gift.

    Hugs Diane

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  6. You are so talented Nancy!! Super cute recipe book, perfect for gift giving. No time this year but certainly in my fav's for next year! tfs...
    ~Christina
    Merry Christmas!

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  7. Wonderful gift idea! Love your design! Great DP & color palette, and wonderful job of coloring the gingy! Love it! :^)
    Hugs, Penny

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  8. AW, this is very cute... and super useful!
    Love the recipe box!
    Ardilla :)

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  9. I am over the moon about this idea! Fantastic gift idea my friend. I think I saw some really cute recipe cards in the dollar bin at Michaels too. Gift giving genius Nance! Hugs!

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  10. You are absolutely right! This will make a wonderful gift!
    Happy Holidays!!
    Sandy

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  11. Gorgeous project Nancy and very clever!

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  12. Wonderful idea and so sweetly done!!!

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