I hope you all had a fabulous weekend! I know many of you look forward to my Stampin' Up! Saturday tutorial, but this weekend I decided to take Saturday off to spend time with family. It was well worth the time off. My honey works over the road and was able to be home for just one day this week. I was able to spend most of Sunday in my craft room working on fun projects to share with you all.
I finally got to play around with the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set. I was a huge fan of the Cookie Cutter Halloween set, so I'm hoping to be equally as inspired by this one. I came up with these cute, quick, and simple Christmas cards.
Each card base was cut 5.5” by 8.5”, scored at 4.25”. I stamped the snowflake image, from the Christmas Pines stamp set, in the background using Mint Macaron ink.
I layered a piece of the Presents and Pinecones Designer Series Paper (2” x 4.25”) on top of Cherry Cobbler cardstock (2.5” x 4.25”).
A fun holiday greeting was stamped from the Presents and Pinecones stamp set using Emerald Envy Ink. The cute reindeer were stamped in Early Espresso ink on Crumb Cake cardstock and punched out using the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch.
Six loops of Gold Metallic Thread was placed in some adhesive on the designer paper. Dimensionals were placed on the back of each reindeer before adding them on top of the metallic thread. To finish off these adorable cards, I used the leg portion of the builder punch to cut out a sparkly nose for each reindeer using Red Glimmer Paper.
I was able to snap a quick picture before we headed off to a late lunch on Saturday...
Thanks for stopping by and I’ll speak to you soon!