Of course, my station was for making cards and tags. I kept it simple (I've been to one of these days before) by preparing as much as possible ahead of time (e.g.. Cutting up base cards and pre-scoring them, cutting out the elements to make the tags, etc) by only designing one layer cards, with one colour ink pad per stamp. Here they are:
|This was the most popular design! I think the bright Cucumber Crush green drew them in. Inside, they stamped their "Merry Christmas" sentiment.|
|This one featured Mint Macaron, and it was my favourite. The tree was punched with the co-ordinating punch.|
And here are the tags the girls could make:
|I cheated and printed out the "Merry & Bright" and "Be Merry" with my computer, and punched them out with the 2" circle punch.|
I laid out Stampin' Grid Paper at each place at my table, and had all the bits and pieces in easy reach. I found this clear plastic organiser at the cheap shop - I think it is supposed to be for makeup - and it was perfect for the glue sticks, bone folders, big rolls of baker's twine, scissors, and tag elements. Not shown: a big pack of baby wipes for easy clean up.