Patterned paper: Michaels Recollections Tattered and Worn and Colorbok 6in Hootenanny
Chamois cardstock: Indonesia 2/S Pepper Perfumed (and boy does it stink!)
Word/Quote Sticker: K & Company Sheri's Garden Word Swatch Book
Crystals: SBC Say It in Crystals
Metallic Puffy Sticker: China PUF-304B
Dark Brown cardstock: Fabriano Cartacrea
Holograph paper: unknown
Satin Ribbon: Sunflower/Moonflower
Tickets: http://sgtstamper.com/ (pinned)
Butterfly Stamp: Classic Wooden Stamp Set, China
Two weeks ago I sent out Christmas Happy Mail, yay! and I even took some pictures, double yay! The folders should be arriving soon, I know one recipient received theirs, so I'm going to post the pictures :) First I made these clips, hats and trees...
The hat I clipped to the outside and the tree went on the inside of the folder.
And here's a picture of what I included in the folder:
|Materials for stuff inside:|
Inside: Gold contact type paper - probably by 'China' as there is no name
Satin ribbon: Sunflower China
Sparkly ribbon: momotara
Bling: See above
Stickers: Kwang Ping Self Adhesive Labels (finally a China product with a company name)
Paper for tags: ROCO Brief Card
Other paper: See above
Stamps: See above and Swirl Tree - Denami Design
Tags: Heidi Swapp, Ephemera's Vintage Garden, Decorator's Notebook Blog, and modernmomentsdesigns.com (actually takes you to pintrest because I couldn't get their website to load)
Bunting: Simple As That (tags I printed two sheets to a page and used as the bunting)
Envelope closures: ScrappyStickyInkyMess
Holly: West World Trading
Stamping ink: Tsukineko Memento
Fun stuff inside:
Advent bunting, assorted tags for gifts, stickers, confetti (all sealed up), 2 shaped clips and a mini binder clip (actually there are 2 one is on the bunting tag keeping the bunting from unrolling), bling, and a sprig of holly leaves. I also put in Santa and Mrs. Claus magnets (not pictured, but I do have the couple on my refrigerator) I made from paper dolls found here.
Hopefully the Christmas Happy mail will brighten up some Christmases :)
Have a great day!