Sarah Berry Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator | Facebook Live Stamping: Christmas Treats with the Scallop Tag Topper Punch

Hello everyone! After a wonderful weekend away with family for my birthday, I’m back and completely refreshed for today’s Facebook Live Stamping. I really hope you can join me on my Facebook Page live on Mondays, at 1pm. However if you can’t make it the replay will be available to catch up on literally straight afterwards on Facebook. OR if you can’t access Facebook you can have access to the video to right here on this blog post below later on that day (or the next day) and on my YouTube Channel.

So it’s that time of the week again, it’s time for my Facebook Live Stamping! It’s getting nearer and nearer to Christmas now, and I’m starting to think about packaging little chocolate treats up as gifts for school, teachers, work colleagues, and teachers. All the treat pouches I show you how to make today are project which can hang on a Christmas tree, or stand up on their own.


I hope you enjoy today’s Facebook Live Stamping, I’m here as always if you have any questions about the products. Photos of the three projects I made today are in this blog post, along with all the products you need for each card. I hope you like them!

The first pouch today is made with one of the cute cheeky elves from the Signs of Santa stamp set. It was die cut with her Santa’s Signpost Framelits Dies. Both of those products are available together in a bundle where you save 10%. Which is really great! Along with that, I’ve added the Santa’s Workshop Pattern Paper, I’ve used the smallest amount here but there’s really so much you can dow with this pattern paper. Inside this pouch is a Freddo bar, and it’s designed to hang on your Christmas Tree. Any excuse for more chocolate at Christmas hey?

The next pouch I made for you today was this super cute snowman from the Spirited Snowman stamp set. Again, I can’t get enough of this cute little snowman. She’s so jolly! I’ve added colour with some Stampin’ Blends, in Dark Bermuda Bay, Dark Lovely Lipstick, Dark Pumpkin Pie, Dark Crumb Cake and Dark Basic Black. I really like the bright colours of the card stock here, mixed with a touch of Silver Foil and a couple snowball inspired sequins! This has got to be my favourite!

The third and last project for you today is this clever ribbon pull chocolate bar treat. I’ve found some Terry’s Chocolate Orange chocolate bars, and have taken inspiration from the packet to continue the orange and navy theme. Mango Melody and Night of Navy is the perfect colour for this. I’ve added a little gingham details the Night of Navy ribbon, and finished this fancy slider treat off with a stocking from the Great Joy stamp set. I do enjoy colouring the simple line drawings featured in that stamp set. It’s great to get the kids involved in colouring Christmas projects with you too!


THANK YOU to everyone who shares my Facebook Live video each week. Please let me know that you’ve done so and I’ll put you into the draw for the chance to win this weeks prize.

If your name is drawn, you MUST get in touch with me to claim your prize! Please email me at with your postal address and I will get your prize patrol out to you in the post.

I will hold your prize for you for 2 weeks since it’s drawn, if I’ve not heard from you in that time I will pop the prize back into the giveaways for another time.


Rich Razzleberry Blends – Alison Monk. Two weeks left to claim this!


Dandelion Wishes stamp set – Judith Dee. One week left to claim this!



Elf Treat Pouch

Snowman Treat Pouch

Stocking Treat Pouch

THANK YOU to everyone who watched with me for my returning Facebook Live I really appreciate you spending time with me and sharing your thoughts. See you again next Monday 3rd December, at 1pm – 2pm.


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Add into the host code box in your Shopping Basket to qualify. All gifts arrive separately to your main order. Visit my online shop here


It’s started to get a little chilly here this week! We’ve dug out our wooly hats and scarf for when we drop off and collect the boys from school. I don’ think they’ll be going away any time soon.

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