I absolutely adored this little Christmas Decoration that Caroline Mistrel from France made. I really was in ore of the amount of hard work that she had put in to creating them. Thank you Caroline, this will be hanging on our tree this Christmas.
One of my all time favourite German Demonstrators that I follow is Jenni Pauli. I love the simplicity of her style and I was fortunate enough to receive this gorgeous swap, complete with mini tattoo and notebook inside. It’s just so beautiful and I love the use of feathers.
I don’t think you can ever go wrong with the Pillow Box Table Favour. It’s a staple for me and this elegant one was came complete with a €500 Chocolate inside. Sadly the creator didn’t add their details, so I am unable to acknowledge them and thank them personally.
This card by Linda Kasparian had me with it’s simplicity and great use of the Gorgeous Grunge Stamp set as the background. Endless wishes, coupled with Baked Brown sugar made a refreshing change that I loved.
The little card to the left was created by Gina Connor and again, I loved the colours and simplicity of it.
Stars are a big thing right now and this gorgeous box was made by Alison Plummer. I can not believe the patience she would have had in creating these from the Star Framelits … and yes … complete with a delicious dark chocolate.
The Elegant Butterfly is a popular punch and suits Michelle Last’s distinct and elegant style.
Can you believe the amount of work colouring that Peacock … Oh my word, I’d love to know how many of those were made by Suriya Goodlett.
Some people are just so generous … the gorgeous little Sunshine folder to the front here, came with it’s own little poem and Angel Charm … so thoughtful and so beautiful … Thank you Marianne Valk from the Netherlands.
Believe me, there are still yet more swaps in my box here, but I think you get plenty of inspiration from this lovely selection.
Thank you to everyone who I had the pleasure of swapping with.