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Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Christmas Countdown #7 of 12 - Trim Your Stocking Advent Calendar

Happy November 1st!  Time to make an Advent Calendar in time for December 1st!  I opted not to do any stamping, and just used the Trim Your Stocking Thinlits to make mine, but of course you can decorate and embellish yours whichever way you want.  I hope mine inspires you to make your own and I'd love to see yours if you'd like to share on my Stamp With Elaine Facebook page.





Here are the 5 different ways I embellished mine.  You'll find some notes and the die cuts you'll need  for decorating the 24 stockings below, as promised on my video.


Notes:
* Pattern #1 - Old Olive and black checkerboard
**  Pattern #2 - Black and White Snowflake
***  Pattern #3 - Black and white checkerboard
**** Pattern #4  (Reverse of Pattern #1) -  Black background with snowflake
*****Trimmings:  Top, heel and toe


Die Cutting Guide:

Pattern #1 Merry Little Christmas DSP*
6
Stocking bases
Pattern #2 Merry Little Christmas DSP **
6
Stocking bases
Pattern #3 Merry Little Christmas DSP ***
6
Stocking bases
Pattern #4 (reverse of pattern #1) ****
6
Sets of trimmings (top, toe, heel)
Real Red A4 card stock



6
Stocking bases
6
Sets of trimmings (top, toe, heel)
12
Pillow box backs
4
Pom pom trim,
9
Hearts joined trim
6
Large and small circles (for berries)
3
Stitched stars
6
Stitched hearts
Old Olive A4 Card stock
6
Sets of trimmings (top, toe, heel)
12
Pillow box backs
6
Sets holly leaf pairs (large and small)
6
Pom pom trim
12
Mistletoe leaves
Champagne Foil
6
Bells
6
Sets of trimming (top, toe, heel)
12
Number 1
8
Number 2
3
Number 3
3
Number 4
2
Each of 0, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 is 6 upside down,
Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper
3
Stitched Hearts
6
Snowflakes

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2 comments:

  1. These are great! What adhesive did you use? I find curves surfaces abd foil troublesome.

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    1. I used Fast Fuse on the trims, glue dots for the smaller elements and on the tabs on the pillow box, I used tear and tape.

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