Elegant Christmas Wreath Card
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Merry Christmas Tin

Have you seen the darling tins in our 2020 Stampin' Up Holiday Mini Catalog? They come in two shapes - rectangle and round - and both are fabulous! They're fun. They're versatile. They can be filled with candies, a decorated cookie, a gift card, cash, coins, personal notes, meaningful quotes, jewelry, and more. Or how about gifting your crafting friends a bolt of Stampin' Up! ribbon, a bunch of gift tags, or an assortment of embellishments. 

Today's post shows one way to decorate a Round Tin quickly and easily with the Wreath Builder Dies and foil paper in red, green, and gold. Whether I use this as a stocking stuffer, gift card holder, or table favor, I have no doubt the recipient will LOVE it. The question is, though, will that person want to share it and pass it on or keep it for oneself to use as a holiday decoration for years to come.

Arrange A Wreath Bundle by Stampin' Up!

Nothings says Christmas more than red, green, and gold and a holiday wreath. This Round Tin was fun and VERY easy to decorate. I can think of so many ways to use it which makes my heart happy.
Arrange A Wreath Bundle by Stampin' Up!

I stamped "Merry Christmas" in Real Red ink on Whisper White card stock, punched it out with a 2" Circle Punch, then layered it onto a 2 1/4" circle punched from Green Foil Paper.Arrange A Wreath Bundle by Stampin' Up!



Arrange A Wreath Bundle by Stampin' Up!

These Round Tins are bigger than you'd think - 3 3/4" in diameter x 1 1/4" high. The window is 3".  These Round Tins are food safe and come in a box of 4 for just $12. What goodies or gifts would you fill these with?

Arrange A Wreath Bundle by Stampin' Up!

 

Stampin' Up! products used - Click on any link below to be directed to my online store.

Round Tins
$12.00
Paper Snips
$10.00

 

To see three beautiful, classic, and elegant Christmas cards I made with the Arrange A Wreath Stamp Set, click here. You'll be glad you did!

While today's post featured a Round Tin, I love the Rectangle Tins just as much. Click here to see what I created for my Thanksgiving table using the Rectangle Tins. 

 

Enjoy the rest of your week. Please know that I appreciate you spending some of your time visiting my Stampin' Peace Blog and other social media sites. I'm blessed to do what I love and to share it with you.

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