Hello my friends, and welcome to the Christmas in July Bundle Blog Hop!

I’m so excited to tell you that the Creative Christmas Bundle is going to be rereleased – for a very limited time run – in just a couple of days! I wanted to share a little bit about my own product being featured in the bundle and also give you a little taste of it in the form of a quick tutorial.

Santa's Helpers Workshop

My contribution to the Christmas bundle is called The Santa’s Helpers’ Workshop. It consists of ten easy to make, easy to gift, handmade project tutorials. The projects are made using simple supplies that you may already have on hand, and each of them is an adorable way to package a small treat or gift. You’ll be able to jazz up things like notepads, tealight candles, microwave popcorn, hot chocolate, and all kinds of candies. These gifts make great stocking stuffers or secret Santa items at Christmastime, but they can easily be adapted to other types of events, such as favors for wedding and baby showers, or just for little “thinking of you” treats. You’re only limited by your imagination as to what you can do.

This product is delivered as a PDF download, and in it you’ll find a complete supply list and ten step-by-step photo tutorials with cutting and assembly instructions.

Want a sample? Here’s one of the projects that’s included – the Winter Fresh Breath Mints Holder.

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Supplies:

1 sheet 12 x 12 solid color cardstock
1 sheet 12 x 12 coordinating patterned
paper
8” length of ribbon
Circle punch
Corner Rounder
Stamps, inks, etc. for embellishing
Insert: One box of breath mints, such
as Tic Tacs ®
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Step 1: Cut one piece cardstock 5” x 3”

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Step 2: Round all four corners

 

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Step 3: Score on long side at 2 ¼”

 

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Step 4: Score again at 2 ¾”

 

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Step 5: Cut three pieces of patterned paper 2” x 2 ¾”

 

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Step 6: On each piece, round two opposite corners on long side

 

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Step 7: Adhere two patterned pieces to inside of card , as shown

 

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Step 8: Adhere third piece to front of card, as shown

 

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Step 9: Punch hole near bottom of front cover

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Step 10: Tie ribbon bow to close

I hope you enjoyed that peek into the bundle. To learn more about the other designers and products in it, be sure to go through the entire hop. The best part? Leave a comment on each of the blog hop posts before 9:00 PM EST on July 10, and you’ll be entered to win on complete Christmas in July bundle. Each comment equals one entry, so the more blogs you visit, the more times you can enter!

Next up, wait till you see what Beth from Scrapping Wonders can do with her iPhone – and you can, too! Leave a comment, then check it out and follow the hop all the way through!

 

4 Thoughts on “The Christmas in July Bundle Blog Hop

  1. Libby Wiers on July 10, 2015 at 12:40 pm said:

    So many cute things! A re-release will be great for those who missed the chance last year…

  2. Karyn Allen on July 10, 2015 at 2:40 pm said:

    Fun projects. The Christmas in July bundle truly looks marvelous. Thank you for the tutorial and opportunity to win.

  3. Joan K on July 10, 2015 at 3:12 pm said:

    I’m fairly new to this site, but already getting lots of neat ideas! A bundle like this is right up my alley!

  4. Cecily Kennemore on July 11, 2015 at 12:38 am said:

    This is a really neat and creative project! Thank you!

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