Monday, December 2, 2013

A Little Something to Keep Away the Winter Chill

Because we live in New England, hot cocoa is one of those things that we HAVE to keep on hand in our home. It just makes you feel cozy and warm when the temps are in the teens and the winter wind is howling. This particular hot cocoa set was given as part of a gift, and although the contents of the cups can't be seen, there is cocoa hiding under those mini marshmallows (chocolate chips too!). Most of the supplies that I used for this project are now retired, but the Simple Seasonal Thanks stamp was one of those retired items that I had to keep for myself because I have this snowman thing and because it's really cute. The blue ribbon that is on the bags is actually white that I dyed using the Not Quite Navy ink. Thanks for visiting!
Stamps: Simple Seasonal Thanks (retired), Serene Snowflakes (retired)
Inks: Black StazOn, Not Quite Navy, Pretty in Pink, & Bordering Blue
Paper: Bella Bleu DSP, Whisper White, Not Quite Navy, Bordering Blue & Kraft (renamed Crumb Cake) Cardstock
Accessories & Tools: Pearls, Soft Suede Polka-Dot Ribbon, White Organdy Ribbon, Pumpkin Pie & Soft Suede Markers, 1 1/4" Circle, 1 3/8" Circle, Scallop Circle, & Large Oval Punches, Paper Snips, Large Cellophane Bags, SNAIL Adhesive, Sticky Strip, Sponge Daubers, 2-Way Glue Pen, Stampin' Dimensionals, White Hot Cups (non-Stampin' Up!)

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