Friday, December 11, 2015

Cute Christmas Gift Idea!

Good morning!  Crazy  how time flies when you are looking forward to things, right?  Christmas, time with my family, all the good stuff December brings!  Today I'm here to show you some fun EOS holders I made.  Being that Kyler is in high school now I have let him decide if he wants me to do anything for his teachers...sometimes its a yes, sometimes it is a no...I even let him chose which teachers but this year he wanted something for all his teachers so I presented him with some ideas and he chose these EOS holders for the female teachers (three of them).

 One of these Santa's I've already give as a gift for a gift exchange but my son will get to chose which teachers get the snowmen and which get the Santa.  Aren't these just the most fun?!  Some patterned paper and embossing folders pump up the cuteness level for sure!
Mr. Frosty here got some black twine and a couple of frosty sequins from the Frosty Sequins mix at Annie's Paper Boutique which is where you get the Trendy Twine that is used here.  The EOS cut files are at SVG Cutting Files and truly make a fun, and easy, gift!

I'll be entering my cuties in the following linkys/challenges:

Not Just Cards - Anything Goes
Creative Cards Crew - Holiday Season
Hiding In My Craft Room - Christmas Colors
As You See It - Santa Claus

Have a wonderful Friday friends!  I'll be back on Monday!

4 comments:

Nana said...

Oh my they are too cute. My fav is the snowman. the teachers will love them.
Have a creative day.
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Amy Ottmers said...

Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at AYSI, good luck!!! Amy DT

Laura Turcotte said...

oh that is too cute for words!! Sorry for being late on commenting, but thanks you for joining us over on the HIMCR blog!

Heather Cooper said...

How creative is this. Those Santas are extra cute. As a former teacher, I'd say that gift will be well-received! Thanks for participating in our challenge at As You See It Challenges this week.