Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Santa's Helpful Elves 3D Elf Shoe

Hello my Dear friends!
I'm sure everyone is very busy this time of year getting ready
for the Holidays.
 I've been busy with my students, plus my classes at Hobby Lobby and all my crafting.
And, my daughter put in an order for 50 Christmas cards to top it off....whew!
Very busy, but hey...I Love it!

I'm am sooooooo EXCITED!
I have to tell you that I Won a Fiskars Fuse Machine online!!!!
 Yes, picked ME!
Thank you, Thank you Thank you!!!
Read about this amazing machine below!

Yep! It's coming to my door before Christmas!
Isn't that soooo cool!

My niece, Lisa already has one of these machine and loves it. Awhile back I was telling her
that I would love to get one so that I could use it in my classes. And HSN had a special on them, but I couldn't really afford to get it right now, so I passed. But, I was wishing for one.

And, I Won it!!
WOW, I guess what you think about, comes about!
I am so thankful and grateful to have won this machine. 
It will have a good home!
Favecraft made my Christmas very special!

Click below to go to Favecrafts website.
They have lots more Free giveaways!
Enter for a chance to WIN!
Good Luck my friends!

Today, I would like to share this adorable Elf shoe with you.
I just Love it!
Great to put special See's candies or cookies in for that special gift.
Also, you could put those cuddly wrapped up inside for your family or friends.
 A great keepsake!

I added green glitter accent pieces to the inside cuff and of course topped it will gold jingle bells.
 Here's a closeup of the glitter paper I used from The Coral Couture Stack. I just love their papers!
Their papers are nice and thick with special glitter on them. I picked it up at Joann's but I'm sure you can find it online or in Hobby Lobby.

This adorable little Elf shoe came from, yes your guessed it. Mary's over at

Click here to get this kit FREE
Hurry before it's gone!

That's it for today my friends!
Keep checking back for more fun things to come.
Have a wonderful week!


Carole said...

Congratulations on the win. How fun a new toy for Christmas. Your boxes in the previous post are so cheerful and festive. Some times difficult to find the right papers, some printed card stock breaks what brand do you recommend for these 3 d projects?

Misty Morgan said...

Thanks, Carole! I usually cut the base box out in heavy white card stock or a matching color card stock.Then I glue my top accent pieces to it. That way its very sturdy. The paper pack I used was Old World Winter, but the best ones to use are the extra heavy weight papers for any 3D project.
Thanks for stopping by Carole and have a wonderful day!