Welcome to our last part of this month’s Under £10 Project!
For this last installment I have something special! Do you ever struggle to get organised for Christmas? Do you have sudden ideas for the perfect present but will have forgotten what it was by the end of the day? Do you occasionally buy two of the same food item simply because you didn’t remember you had already purchased it? Well if you do, or even if you don’t but love to keep organised, then this is for you!!!
I have designed this little organisation book to stay on top of my game this year for Christmas!
I simply divided the December sheet in four squares of 6″x6″. I folded them in half, made five holes on the fold, placed them into each other and binded them by threading some twine through each holes.
Once the structure of my mini book was done I decorated it with some stickers and with the remaining papers from the Under £10 kit.
I chose each “list” and added frames to help me to keep organised for Christmas!
I am sure everybody need a wine list for Christmas!!! lol!
I hope that this little mini will help you keep organised! Thank you for joining me once more for this Under £10 project! Have fun!!!
Welcome back to our Under £10 Project. As you know, this month’s Under £10 project is all about getting you ready for Christmas including, of course, Christmas cards. So here are two cards created with the Under £10 kit!!!
I decided to go for some 6″x6″ cards so I simply cut the Eve sheet in two and folded both strips to create my square cards. I then decorated them with the squares that came on the Hallelujah sheet, a few stickers and flowers! I know most people like to receive more “traditional” cards for Christmas so these do tick that box but still have a little bit of “me” in them.
I hope that this will help you getting started with your cards! Don’t miss out on our next episode!
With such gorgeous festive collections from Kaisercraft I had to do something different for my Under £10 projects! So this month I have decided to help you get ready for Christmas!!!
For my first project I have created some decorations. You can place them on a shelf or add a little ribbon and hang it up, it will look super cute in the middle of your usual decor!
This are two very simple and quick rosettes! Cut your Advent sheet in two (6″ x12″) and fold it every 1/2″. Then glue it down in a rosette and decorate with your stickers, flowers and sentiments! You can find the complete Under £10 kit here.
I will give mine to my mum as her Christmas decoration are red/green/gold and it will look amazing on the fire place in the Chalet!!!
I can’t wait to see yours! Don’t miss our next episode!