Hiya! Teresa here with a cute little Christmas organiser that's so easy to whip up, you could make several to give away to a group of friends.
It's essentially a little concertina book, with pockets added to hold lists and receipts. The one I made ends up being just slightly larger than a playing card, so it can fit easily inside a handbag. I used one sheet of Mint Twist jingle paper, and a couple of sheets of white A4 cardstock.
Here's the front of it, all tied up with a couple of different ribbons:
The little elf on the front is a StampIt image, and has been coloured with Copic markers to match the papers.
Here's a look at the inside:
Each panel of the concertina book is decorated with a panel from the Jingle paper. I used a contrasting pattern for the front of the pockets - it was all so easy using the one sheet of paper.
Here's how it looks with receipts and lists tucked into the pockets:
This would look awesome in any of the five Christmas ranges KaiserCraft have provided this year. Just look for the sheets with the 12 panels on them.
Don't forget to join in this week's challenge to be in the draw to win great prizes! Submit your Homemade Gift to the Gallery by the 1st December (max 3 projects per person please!). And remember that you've got until Saturday the 24th to submit your Layout/Photo Gift for last week's challenge.