Saturday, December 10, 2011

SVG Attic's Gift From the Heart Blog Hop

Welcome back for another fun day seeing gifts from the heart.

All these gifts are special and hold a special story so grab a cup of coco and sit back and hop along to see what each story and gift is.

There is a special drawing going on with this hop through SVG Attic
Requirements for the drawing:
What is a blog hop without blog candy? We will be giving TWO $50 gift certificates!!!

1. Become a follower on the SVG Attic blog

2. Become a follower of every blog on the hop

3.Leave a comment on every blog

Extra entries:

Become a follower on Facebook (1 entry)

Share on Facebook about our blog hop and tag SVG Attic in the post. (1 entry per share)
Also there is a BIG sale at SVG Attic this weekend to go along with the hop. Just use the code GIFT to receive 50% off your total sales at checkout.

Blog Hop Line Up:
Jessica B. -
Ruthie -
Kasi -
Jessica L -
Laura -
Lisa B -
Jearise - <<< You are Here
Corri - <<<Please go Here
Katie -
Sandra -

Last year I started a tradition of taking baked goods around to the neighbors on Christmas morning. My mother-in-law taught me how to make scones a few years ago so I make scones as my neighborhood gift now.
This year I have taken the gingerbread man from the file "Cookies For Santa" and I have modified him so to become a recipe holder. Directions on how to make him are at the end of the pictures.

 I have little slits to stick the 3 x 5 notecards in.
 This is a side view so you understand how he can lay flat.

The cards can store behind him as you put him away in his envelope.
Gingerbread Man
cut out gingerbread man at w: 11.790 by H: 7.099
Make a circle cut at .075 in and fold in half. You can use one of the shapes from the Sure Cuts A Lot pre programmed forms.
Fold the circle in half and place it and trace it where you will use an x-acto knife to cut the rounded slits to hold your recipes.
Easel Stand
Cut cardstock into a 2 x 8 in strip and crease in at 1 inch on each end and then 3 more inches from 1 inch line. Crease 3 inch area in half (1 1/2 in) and that makes easel stand.

Have a wonderful day and now hop on over to Corri's blog and I'll see you one more time here tomorrow.

Hugs from Jearise in Lorby's World.


  1. What a great tradition. Your neighbors mus really appreciate you. Your gingerbread man is such a cute recipe card holder. I am a follower. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

  2. love the gingerbread man! thanks for sharing and for the chance to win :) love SVGattic!

  3. Oh how clever! I am gonna have to make this now! Thanks so much for showing how!! It's absolutely adorable!

  4. Such a cute project! I love gingerbread men!


  5. I love the little gingerbread man...he is so cute with the bite out of him! I am thinking I might like to make some of these for the recipes for my Christmas treats! - And your scones recipe looks delicious. Maybe I will try it too!


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