Tuesday, 30 December 2008

Secret Santa


To celebrate Christmas, our Stampers of England (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/EnglandStampers/) had a Secret Santa Swap. Names were drawn and each Secret Santa set out to put together gifts, which were posted to arrive before Christmas.

As those of you who follow this blog know, I adore making altered art, especially altered tea, chocolate and biscuit tins. So you know that my secret sister would be received something altered!

The first thing I made was an altered letter or napkin holder by using a Creative Imaginations product. I decided to use an Elzybell reindeer image that I had previously water colored. I also had made little Shrinky-Dink embellishments, and I thought my 'love' tag would work perfectly with these two reindeer preparing to tuck into a Christmas pudding.

I had some festive napkins, which I put into the holder, and then sent this to my Secret Sister Caroline, along with some other bits and pieces of goodies.



As I started the altered tins late, I didn't know if I'd be able to make her one in time for it to arrive before Christmas. In the end, I was just in the Saint Nick of time! Hah! I used some of my favorite Creative Imaginations winter papers and embellishments to make this tin.

1 comment:

Anesha said...

These are wonderful projects. Love the papers you used.