Ink.Stamp.Share - December Special Blog Hop!

Saturday 12 December 2020 United Kingdom

Welcome to the Ink.Stamp.Share Blog Hop!    

I'm thrilled to be blog hopping with this talented bunch of papercrafters and demonstrators again - Merry Christmas everyone!

If you have just arrived from Donna's blog and you are visiting my blog for the first time - hello and welcome! My name is Kim and I live in Somerset in the UK. 

There is no theme today - although you'll find we have all used products from the Sale-a-Bration, Annual, Beginners or Mini catalogues.

To view all of today's projects, scroll down my post until you find the 'Next' button - simply click this button to be taken to the next blog and then repeat until you end up back here again! 

Alternatively, you can click each name under the Roll Call to check out all of the amazing projects!

The project I am sharing with you today is a Christmas Organiser I designed for Michelle Lasts Pinkies Retreat. 

My Christmas Organiser holds a bunch of gift tags, a shopping list and a printable Christmas card list (not pictured) and doubles up as a decorative item, which can be displayed as well as being pratical. 

It is entirely my own design. It was my intention to create a unique make and take, that could be adapted for different themes and occasions and created with a variety of patterned paper and coordinating Stampin' Up! products, without needing a specific stamp set. It was an absolute joy to see some of the 114 attendees create my project and make it their own!

A 1/4 pack of the Feels Like Frost DSP was included in the make and take kit along with everything else required to make this project. The patterned paper provided was enough to make both of my make and takes - the second project being my Special Occasion Wreath, which I have already shared on my blog. If you missed this, you can check it out here

To create my Christmas Organiser I used the beautiful Feels Like Frost Designer Series Paper, Wishes and Wonder Bundle and Snow Globe Scene dies.

In real life, the white and silver design looks beautiful but unfortunately it's incredibly difficult to capture exactly how it looks photography.

I did share some videos on my Instagram Story - click here to watch my short videos from the weekend of the #PinkiesRetreat2020

Understandably, I am unable to share with you today how I created this project as it was designed for those who paid to attend Michelle Lasts Pinkies Retreat.

But that does not mean you can't learn how to make it! I will be offering blog subscribers and customers the option to purchase a video tutorial. There will also be 6 kits available on a first come first served basis and at least 2 completed Christmas Organisers to purchase too! 

Carry on reading for more information!

Christmas is only a few weeks away but for several reasons, 
I haven't been able to finish editing my tutorial in time.

A tutorial filmed exclusively for blog subscribers or customers 
will be listed on my blog under tutorials and 
available for you to purchase this year, or next!

Once you have seen the structure, you may choose to 
adapt it for another theme or occasion.
It would be perfect to hold note cards and envelopes 
or perhaps your Christmas keepsakes and memories? 

If you would you like to either.....

a) learn how to make this Christmas Organiser

b) receive a kit with everything you need to make the Christmas Organiser OR

c) purchase a completed Christmas Organiser


Thank you so much for visiting my blog - I hope you enjoyed my project today! You can sign up to receive my future blog posts by email by clicking here.

If you have the time, it would be lovely if you could leave a comment to let me know you stopped by!

Next up is Dana who has created a lovely project for you, click the button below to check out her project!

Roll Call


  1. Love this project, I wasn't at the event but my friend showed me hers. Just amazing :-)

  2. What a cute little gift set Kim, love it x

  3. Beautiful project - I am not surprised all the attendees fell in love with it "=_

  4. Loved making this project at our retreat. I only got around to making two of the projects and this was one!