Sunday, September 8, 2013

Santa Suit~ Holiday Hustle Class #2

It is only September but Christmas card classes are already under way.  Last month we made some really cute cards and this month is some even better ones I think.

The first one is this Santa Suit card.  It was case'd from Tracy Bradley  That silver glimmer paper sure sparkles in the sunlight!

Supplies used:

Cardstock ~ basic black, real read, whisper white and silver glimmer paper

1/2 circle punch
apothecary accents framelits

Sentiment comes from cut apart christmas wheel that has been retired but we have a horizontal HO, HO, HO sentiment on the new this and that rotary stamps!

The next card is from Becky Roberts .  I have had this card on my "to make" list for over a year now but had just not gotten around to it. I am so glad I finally did, this card is just so cute.

Becky gives directions on how to make the elf shoes in her post so I will skip that part and just give the basics. The shoes are a top note die cut in half vertically, then cut in half horizontally so that you have 4 equal pieces.  The cut outs are made from the ornament punch and a circle punch ( I did not have that size circle so I used a oval punch) then inked the edges with chocolate chip. The shoe tips are 1/2 inch circle punches from red glimmer paper. The legs are from the dsp stack in the holiday catalog and that silver ribbon is also from the new catalog. The sentiment is a carry-over set from last years catalog that is still available for order. 

If you live in the area and would like to come to class check my class schedule out in the tabs above. 

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