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Chi Chi Memories Post #1

Hi everyone!  I have the wonderful opportunity to guest design for Chi Chi Memories for the months of December and January.  If you haven't seen their digi images yet, check them out!  They are very cute!  They even offer freebies!  Check their blog HERE for freebies and challenge info.  Click HERE for their online store. 

For my first project I used this cute guy from their new December release called A Joyful Season.  He can be purchased as a set with other cute winter images or as a single.  I made this treat holder following a SCS tutorial HERE.

Here is another angle of the holder.  I already made a tag to fill in once I decide who to give this to.

Here is a close up of the image.

All his presents remind me of my goal to mail out my Xmas gifts and cards this Saturday.  I hope I make it!

Thanks so much for reading!


Comments

Denice said…
This is just adorable....what a cute way to package up a few treats!
Congrats on you GDT....can't wait to see more of your fabulous projects.
Rachel Parys said…
Darn it Eva, I wish some of your mojo would rub off on me!! You make the cutest projects ever!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous said…
I agree with the comments above. Maybe santa will give me some of your mojo.
Cheryl said…
Yeah, so cute! I better get wrapping too!
Lynn said…
This is a very cheerful gift holder. I admire the details and coloring. I'm sure the recipient will be thrilled to receive the carrier...you don't even need to put anything in it....it's a gift all by itself!

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