Firstly, I have made some Jingle Beans for Christmas, using some Ikea spice jars, and a huge box of jelly beans that I bought in Makro:
I've managed to make 4 out of the box using the white, red and green beans, and will just have to eat the other colours! The box of beans cost £3.44, and the jars were 4 for £1.99, so I reckon each jar has cost me about 93p. I've made the tag on the front on the computer printed out on photo paper cut with a circle nestability, and used the scallop nestability to cut out the red backing scalloped circle.
Then I with the boys I made some chocolate cookies, which are absolutely yummy!
And, finally, I have made a couple of baby cards for a friend who is expecting at the end of next month. She doesn't know what she is having, so I have made one of each:
The pink one has been made from circle and scallop circle nestabilities, which arrived at the weekend and I am already hooked using them! One of the scallop circle was then put through the cuttlebug with 'swiss dots'. When I went to buy some bits and pieces from one of our local shops I spotted the teddy and hearts ribbon and just had to have some. It is fab so I bought pink and cream. For the blue one I didn't want to use circles, so have just matted some different shades of blue card together, and rounded the edges with a corner punch. All the card,ribbon, gems and peel offs are from my stash.