ESAD Blog Hop – Signs of Santa Christmas Sacks

Stampin’ Up! Signs of Santa Gift Tags & Christmas Sacks by Ink Paper Girl with Katrina Duffell Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Sydney Australia

Hello & welcome to the ESAD December 2018 Holiday Catalogue Blog Hop. 

For today’s project I decided to show off some more of the fabulous Santa’s Workshop Suite. (If you haven’t seen my earlier projects using this suite you can click here, here & here to check them out). 

Stampin’ Up! Signs of Santa Gift Tags & Christmas Sacks by Ink Paper Girl with Katrina Duffell Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Sydney Australia

This project features a couple of super cute, super simple gift tags made with my fave stamp set.. Signs of Santa stamp set & the coordinating dies, along with some easy peasey, lemon squeezy, fun & easy to use Santa Bags.

These small calico bags are the perfect size for popping all sorts of little treat’s into. I chose to fill mine with delicious Lindt chocolate balls, &  give them out as surprise gifts, to all the ladies at my most recent class; But you could also fill them with bath salts, reindeer food, pieces of jewellery, baked treats, marbles (who remembers marbles?), a gift card & some pretty filling. I mean really, the possibilities are almost endless as to what you can put in them, which in my book, makes them fantastically versatile.

The other fabulous thing about these bags is that because they’re made from calico you can further customise your gift giving by hand stamping each bag. All you need to do is lay each bag flat on a table & then stamp them till your hearts content using our beautiful Stampin’ Up! ink pads & any stamp set of your choice.

Stampin’ Up! Santa’s Bag hand stamped with Holly

Top Tip:  You don’t even need to stick to Christmas themed images or colours, you could use these bags at any time of the year by stamping them with pretty flowers, or cool guitars & then filling the bag with guitar pick’s for the budding musician in your home. I’d love to have made one to show you an example, but I’ve temporarily run out of bags…oh dear!!! I’d better dash off & order some more while I can 🙂

You can find the Sign’s of Santa photopolymer stamp set & coordinating dies, along with the Santa bags on page 19 of the current Holiday Catalogue.

If you haven’t seen it yet, you can view the online PDF version by clicking on the image below.  

Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday Catalogue

There are SO MANY awesome goodies in the new catalogue, that I know you’re going to find something that you love inside it.

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s quick & easy project, & are feeling inspired to try something a little different with your gift wrapping this year.

Don’t forget that if you’ve got any questions, or would just like to make me smile, please leave me a comment in the comments section below.

Much Love K xo

Click here to hop to Narelle’s blog

Full Blog Hop Participant List: 

  1. Leonie Schroder
  2. Lou Kitzelman
  3. Delys Cram
  4. Nicole Wilson
  5. Shannon Kissane
  6. Rebecca Scurr
  7. Sharni Haines
  8. Lauren Meiklejohn
  9. Jenna Watkins
  10. Cheryl Algie
  11. Sharon Dalton
  12. Siobhan Fitzsimmons
  13. Cathy Pinchbeck
  14. Peta Stephen
  15. Monique Fielder
  16. Jo Weedon
  17. Denise Buetler
  18. Katrina Duffell – You Are Here
  19. Narelle Fasulo
  20. Fi Cobbin

 

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Stampin’ Up! Signs of Santa Gift Tags & Christmas Sacks by Ink Paper Girl with Katrina Duffell Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Sydney Australia
Stampin’ Up! Signs of Santa Gift Tags & Christmas Sacks by Ink Paper Girl with Katrina Duffell Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Sydney Australia
Stampin’ Up! Signs of Santa Gift Tags & Christmas Sacks by Ink Paper Girl with Katrina Duffell Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Sydney Australia

14 thoughts on “ESAD Blog Hop – Signs of Santa Christmas Sacks

  1. Love the bags, Katrina. Thanks for the great tip – you’re absolutely right, these bags will make great gifts throughout the year. Hmm, need to get more on my next order – thanks for enabling er sharing 😃

  2. They are just so cute and fun Katrina. I love the idea of changing up the stamped images for different occasions. How have I not bought these bags? Better get to it! x

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