The Cookie-Cutter Christmas bundle is just about the ca-utest thing I've seen in a long time. So many ideas are swirling in my head! The gingerbread boy was going to be the first one to see ink, but I suddenly had an idea for a humorous card using the reindeer, and this is the result. I was going to use googly eyes, but such are the nature of googlies that you can't direct them where you want them, and I wanted them to be focused on Rudolph's nose.
You can get the Cookie-Cutter Christmas photopolymer stamp set separately, but if you bundle it with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch, you save 10%. And you will want that punch, because there's a Fall/Halloween stamp set that goes with it, as well!
Remember, these sneak peek items will be available to order September 1st. If you've ordered through me in the past year, your copy of the catalog will be mailed within the next week. Be on the lookout!
Two quick tips:
- If you're going to be punching the reindeer out with the punch, stamp it upside down with the antlers near the edge of the paper.
- The Cable Knit Dynamic T.I.E.F. is unlike any we've had in the past. The first thing you will notice is it's thick and heavy! You will use just the platform, with no tabs, and only ONE cutting pad. Yes, it's that thick! So the "sandwich" is: Platform, embossing folder with ONE layer of cardstock inside, and clear cutting pad on top. Make sure the folder of the folder feeds into the Big Shot first! Its is recommend to lightly mist your cardstock first to prevent the paper from cracking, since it makes such a deep impression. Trust me, my photo does not do it justice!
That is the cutest thing ever! Love the eyes in different directions... Adorable!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Cindy! I was giggling as I made it. :-)Delete
Wonderful card! I would love to share this on my blog for 'My Crafty Friends Monday' (a round up of amazing cards from amazing stampers!)! Please let me know if you would prefer that I didn't share it (of course I give you credit and link back to your blog!).ReplyDelete
Josee, of course you may share it on your blog! Thanks for picking my card as one you'd like to share!Delete