Santa Punch Art and Stampin' Sound Card
Hi Everyone! Here's three different Santa faces for you to incorporate into your cards, tags or treats. Punches used:
119882 Scallop Edge Border
119857 Word Window
119847 Ornament Punch
119860 1-3/8" Circle Punch
119850 1-3/4" Circle Punch
119869 1/2" Circle Punch
hand held 1/4" hole punch from office supply store
Here's the ornament punch Santa on a Stampin' Sound Card 121009. (see video below
You can decorate it just like a normal card. It measures 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" on the front.
I used Candy Cane Christmas designer paper 120809 cut at 5 1/4" x 3 3/4". I built the right side by using the Scallop Edge Border punch 119882 in Real Red and Whisper white and a strip of Real Red...so from right to left...Real Red, Scallop White, Scallop Red, Candy Cane DP. Next I tied a bow using Real Red 117286 Satin Ribbon. The sentiment is from Curly Cute (117014 in wood mount, 120510 in clear mount) stamped in Real Red on Whisper White. A little dazzling diamond on our Santa for a little bling!
The inside can be decorated too. Just be careful not to cover up the speakers or microphone. Here I used a Tags til Christmas image (120847 wood mount, 121169 clear mount) Enjoy! Happy Crafting...Dee
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Posted by: cofePetaabarf | 05/19/2012 at 02:58 AM
I love the use of the ornament punch to make such a cute Santa face. This little guy is going to definitely be on my tags this Christmas. I am going upstairs right now and make one or several! :)Joan
Posted by: Joan | 11/26/2010 at 11:50 AM
Dee, what cute Santa faces! but I dont understand how you made the Santas hat? Can you explain how please?
Posted by: Jackie | 11/22/2010 at 11:04 AM