Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Jaded Blossom November Release Day 3- You're The Balm- Gingerbread Girl EOS Holder

Good morning everyone and welcome to Day 3 of the Jaded Blossom November Release. Today we are sharing projects made with 2 new stamp sets!

Here is what I made using the Holiday Pampering stamp set

I started this project with the NEW SVG Cutting Files EOS Ginger Girl file and cut her out. I added the EOS lip balm to her and placed her inside an A2 Card Sleeve Bag.
I cut the topper with the Candy Caddy Die and glued the bag in between the layers.
I added some candy canes cut with the Christmas Dies and stamped the sentiment using the new Holiday Pampering stamp set.

Thanks for visiting and I'll be back tomorrow for Day 4!
Have a great day!

We have our Gotta Have it Now Package for $132.99

November 2015 Release will include:

7 - 4 x 6 Stamp Sets
- New Die
1 - 3 x 4 Freebie

freebie is for orders $40 or more (before tax and shipping),
Friday 4pm PST through Sunday 11:59 pm PST

No waiting WEEKS for your stamps. 

This Package is only available till Wednesday 11:59pm pst, then will be back up on the store on Friday at 4pm pst during our Stamp Release Blog Hop!

Regular price for the release package is $140


Lorie said...

Goodness...that is ADORABLE!!

Sherrie K. said...

Super cute idea! Your little gingerbread is so adorable! I love how you used the candy caddy die for the topper~ fun project and great for a little Christmas gift for Teachers or friends!
Sherrie K

Anonymous said...

Is there any way I could but some of these made up? Not the eos of course, but the paper items, pretty please??

Emily said...

Just purchased this--its darling, but do you have sizing recommendations? The size as it is on the file left the hole too large for the EOS and is the black circle supposed to go behind the eyes and mouth, because it was too small--so I figured I need to mess with the dimensions--do you have any suggestions, other than just cutting several times until I get it right?

GiGi said...

Hi Emily, To help you, I would need to know what program you're using. BUT...that black circle is a sizing circle. For the file to be the correct size, that black circle should be 1 inch. It's not meant as a piece to cut, but just a guide. You can always check out the SVG Cutting Files Facebook page too where you can ask questions and get help from others as well. Thank you so much for the sweet comment and I hope this help. Here is the link to the FB Group

Emily said...

Thank you so much for the info! I'm new to the paper cutting world--that all makes sense! I'm using SCAL2. I'll join the Facebook group as well!