Monday, December 2, 2013

MCT 5 Days of Christmas Day 1

Welcome to the 1st day of My Creative Time's 5 Days of Christmas.

Are you looking for some fun Christmas ideas. Well Emma's blog will be the place to find TONS of inspiration and some fun prizes too.

I made this simple little Hand Sanitzer holder for my project today. Emma's My Creative Time products make these projects SO easy.


I saw my design team sister, Cassandra, add one of the cute bows to one of these and knew I had to borrow the idea. You can see some she did HERE. I used the Stitched Lollipop Holder for the holder, the Small Stitched Scalloped Bow Die for the bow and one of the awesome ornament dies from the Warm Holiday Fun stamp and die set. 

Make sure to check out what the other designers have for you today on the My Creative Time Blog. Hugs- Glora

Hello & welcome to our "5" Days of Christmas"! This week we will be sharing w/you LOTS of last minute Christmas ideas, such as cards, layouts, home decor, 3-D items & what ever else come to mind that will help YOU get your juices flowing for the holiday! There will be a giveaway each day & a winner will be announced each day! Example, winner of Monday will be announced on Tuesday, winner of Tuesday will be announced on Wednesday.....and so on! 
You will see the different prizes each day on Emma's blog HERE! I hope we ALL inspire you this week! 

44 comments:

  1. Oh my your idea is so awesome and cute!! You really did a great creative job. I know I have to do it....It's just so a-GLORA-ble....lucky person to gets it!! I have gift receiving envy right now *LOL* what can I say???? You are just so talented girl just so talented!!

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  2. What a cute way to "wrap" those hand sanitizers! Love the small bow

    Pruttybird at comcast dot net

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  3. What an awesome idea!! Love the small bow

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  4. Very cute little treat/sanitizer holder. This new fun size bow is ADORABLE!

    Holiday hugs,
    Debbie

    Crafthawk@centurylink.net

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  5. This is a great little gift for kids and adults. Love it!! TFS

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  6. What a fab idea!!! TFS! Hugsxx

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  7. Great little gift for this season! What a cute way to package it!

    ajjupiter58@gmail.com

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  8. Oh I love how you used the lollipop die for a hand sanitizer gift!! Great idea :) The bow die is such a cute addition!
    Amy

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  9. That is just precious, Glora! What a great little gift!

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  10. Love the cute little bow added to the treat holder. Just adorable. Great job.

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  11. Super fun project!!!!
    Love that bow!!!

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  12. So cute, always love the treat holders. Thanks for sharing
    Tina

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  13. So cute with the bow and Christmas ornament. Love this treat container.

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  14. Great looking sanitizer packaging :)

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  15. Super cute treat and great idea! TFS! Have a great day.
    Gerda

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  16. How cute! I cant wait to get my bow dies in so I can try this out:)

    Peace, Love, & Cricut Hugs!
    Monica L.

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  17. The lollipop die is my absolute favorite and always my go-to when making favors! Yours is adorable! Thanks for sharing.

    Angel-calebsmommy1031@gmail.com

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  18. I really like the paper you used to make your holder, and Emma's bow's are adorable.

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  19. Hi there, thanks for sharing your beautiful Christmas present, great idea!! I love emma's dies!

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  20. Very cute idea!

    Leslie
    cascrapper at gmail dot com

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  21. What a sweet way to wrap up a hand sanitizer. I didn't know the lollipop holder was the perfect size for that. Thanks for sharing your creation. Love it!
    thomasjeri55atyahoodotcom

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  22. Love the way you gifted the hand sanitizer!! So cute! I can't wait to start creating with my lollipop holder die:) Thanks for your idea!

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  23. Great gift idea. The bow is so cute. Love it! ogdendoll@gmail.com

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  24. Cute, gr8t job!

    mzcherub at gmail dot com

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  25. Super Cute treat holder.

    TFS
    Sue
    shannegan 16 @ att .n et

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  26. Oh Glora, Your projects are always so fun! Love this little holder, it's so CUTE!!

    Happy Monday!
    Shelly

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  27. What a great job and adorable.! editorofpinkscrapper@gmail.com

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  28. Very nice way to give this gift. Love the bow.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  29. What a great gift idea. TFS.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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  30. Super cute!! Love the papers and the fabulous bow!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  31. Very cute!! I can't wait to make a lollipop holder with a bow on it!!

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  32. Love how you added the bow die! That one is still on my wish list.

    cbarwick@comcast.net

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  33. So Pretty I really love that bow

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  34. Super cute and simple, perfect for gift giving.
    kidshomelove at yahoo.com

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  35. Glora ~ Oh this was one of my favs too! I LVOE the papers and the whole idea! So sweet of you to give credit too! I hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  36. Fabulous idea Glora! TFS
    Have a wonderful day!
    Liz O
    unikebyyes{at}yahoo{dot}com

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  37. Love the papers you used and of course my favorite bow! Thanks for sharing! bizarrecreativity at gmail.com

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  38. Hi Glora,

    I never thought to use the stitched lollipop holder for hand sanitizer!!! :) What a great idea.

    Thanks so much for sharing!

    Crafty hugs,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  39. The bow does look so pretty and fits just right on the Lollipop Holder. What a pretty gift. Great job!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  40. Love the clean and simple look of your treat holder.

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  41. I love your cute little gift box, and you did a great job lining up the paper and everything! Fantastic job!

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