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Gorgeous Leaves Just In Time


 So this week's Freebie Friday On A Monday projects are just in time to kick off tomorrow's Seasonal Sale with Stampin Up!  WHOO HOO!!!  November 16-18th, you can stock up and save 10% on cardstock, 15% on ink pads, and 20% on dies. Build up your collection of crafting basics—and prepare for another year of top-tier projects—with a steal of a deal on papercrafting products!  SHOP THE SALE: CLICK HERE!

This week's party/host/hostess code is:  K2JZGAZW.  Be sure to use this code before checking out this week to get each of these three project make-n-takes for FREE!!! I mean, you might as well earn some free goodies while you're stocking up, right?!?  

Okay.... so this week's first project came HIGHLY requested!  It is just the perfect gift the perfect time of year.  I mean, imagine this as a Thanksgiving table setting "Thank you for attending" gift!!!  And this is really easy to make, you could make up 5 or even 20 (depending on how big your party is) in no time!!!  Mine is holding 5 Martinelli's Mulling Spice packets, but this would also be great with tea bags.  As always the free download with measurements and the product list will be available below the last picture in this post.



This card CONVENIENTLY uses up the scraps from the previous project and coordinates perfectly if you're needing a quick card + gift this season!


And last, but certainly not least is a coordinating mini pillow box that is holding 6 individual caramel squares.  I'm REALLY obsessed with this week's projects!!!


Tune in tomorrow for a couple of bonus projects using this awesome bundle!!!

Here's the how-tos... for the mulled spice packets box & coordinating card:


The  how-to for putting together the pillow box:

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