Sue’s 2020 Holiday Workshop Kits

Looking for a little extra Inspiration this Holiday Season?  
Sue’s Holiday Workshop is going Virtual with a fun Holiday Kit.

Here’s what we’ll be making:

  • Penguin Snow Globe Card
  • Snowy Winter Wonderland Snow Globe Card
  • Holiday Joy Christmas Card
  • Merry Christmas Time Tiny Book
  • Snowflake Book Case that holds the Tiny Book
  • Snowman Santa Wood Bead Ornament
  • 4″ Merry Christmas Snowflake Acrylic Tag Ornament
  • 4″ Buddy’s Coffee Acyrlic Tag Ornament

Included in the Kit:

  • Card layers and Stamped Pieces. Ribbon, 3D Foam Squares and Envelopes
  • Covered Chipboard Book Case, Painted Handle, Wood Snowflake Embellishment
  • Tiny Book Cover, Cut Pieces to Cover the Book, Small Frame, Holly Embellishment, Twine, Gold Vinyl Words
  • Beads, Santa Hat, Scarf pieces, Twine
  • Two 4″ Acrylic Circles, Metallic Vinyl Designs, Transfer Tape, Twine, Adhesive Pearl Rhinestones.

I will be creating a special Facebook Group where I will add additional photos and videos of how to make the projects and links to products used.  I will also have additional add on kits from previous Workshops to purchase at a greatly reduced price.

You will need to provide:  (not included in kit)

  • Art Markers or Colored Pencils
  • Scissors
  • Tape Runner
  • Craft Glue

The cost of the Kit is $25.00  
Shipping is $7.50 for Priority Mail.

There will be a limited amount of kits available, so reserve yours today.
Holiday Workshop Kits will be available November 7th to pick up or ship.

Email: suesholidayworkshop@yahoo.com to reserve your kit.

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Sprucing Up with Holiday Greens

It doesn’t have to cost a lot to spruce up your home for the Holidays.

I took advantage of the beautiful warm December Day we had yesterday to spend time outside

sprucing up the front porch with some Holiday greenery.

This year…October and November was an extremely busy and stressful time for me.

And, even though I winterized and cleaned up most of the flowers in the flower beds.

The big pots on the front porch were ignored.

A little Holiday Love was needed.

I used my Fiskars Pruning Shears* and went around the yard and cutting sprigs of pine

branches from the large pine trees in my yard.  (lucky for me I have several)

I have a friend who buys an extra Christmas tree to chop up the branches to use for greenery.

After finishing cleaning out the pot…

I stuck the ends of the branches into the dirt filling up the pot making it look like a little tree.

I added a few pinecones for fun.

I tied a simple bow around the neck of a Solar Lamp* and added that to the pot.

So simple and easy.  But, what a difference it makes.

One for the other side of the stairs as well.

A little Holiday swag for the sled.

I love this vintage sled I picked up at a flea market last year for only $15… skates included.

I’m keeping it fairly simple again this year.

I’ll be honest, with losing my Dad last month, I’ve had a hard time decorating this year.

I’m giving myself grace to keep it simple.  Family is really all that matters.

Happy Holidays…from my house to yours

 

Holiday Gift Guide!

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