It is customary to give out little gifts to your Upline and Downline when attending convention. I did not have any of my own downline attending but my Upline Stella was there and I was able to actually meet her in person. Although convention is now overwith, this is what I gave her for a gift:
I wasn't sure where I was headed when I started planning, my first project was to create the gift bag and I flew full speed ahead once I finished the bag:
This gift bag is made by using 2 pieces of 12" x 12" designer paper. I have a step-by-step tutorial HERE. I used the coordinating punch and stamp on all of my projects and will list all the supplies at the bottom of my post.
For Project #2, I showed you how to make this Six-Sided Envelope Punch Board Hexagon Box HERE. I made another one just like it but decorated the front differently. I added Lifesaver's Mints inside the box:
And Stella loves Starbucks coffee so I made a little Gift Card Holder for Project 3 and added a Starbucks gift card inside. I found the pattern on Pinterest by Di Barnes. The Gusseted Gift Card Holder is made using the Envelope Punch Board also:
I added Velcro to the underside of the flap to keep it closed:
Project 4 utilized my eCutter to cut a box made to hold 5 nugget chocolates inside:
My eCutter even cut the little strips to wrap around the chocolate, now neat is that!
Of course I had to include a coordinating card for Project 5:
Love those flowers and punch!
And for my final Project 6, I altered a wooden sign I found at Hobby Lobby:
The sentiment I used is one of my favorites so far from our new catalog. I even added ribbon to the wooden sign. The sign did not have a hanger in the back so I glued a piece of coordinating ribbon in case Stella wants to hang it up or it would look great just sitting on a shelf:
I had to stop myself once I got started as I was running out of time and needed to get other things ready for convention. This was so much fun to coordinate as a package!
These are all the supplies I used for all 6 projects (I hope I got them all):