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3″ x 3″ cards

December 12, 2017

Yesterday I shared with you the Mini Pizza Boxes I gave as gifts at my Christmas celebration.  Today I am sharing the set of four 3″ x 3″ cards and decorated Mini Pizza Box we created at our last class at Beachmere.  To decorate the top of the box, we embossed Whisper White card using the Cable Knit Embossing Folder.  The embossed card is attached to the Cherry Cobbler card and then the top of the box.  We stamped “Merriest Christmas wishes” from the Watercolour Christmas stamp set onto Whisper White card using Cherry Cobbler ink.  The greeting is cut using the largest Layering Circle Framelit Die and attached to a Early Espresso scalloped circle cut using the same dies.  The greeting panel is attached to the box lid using Tombow Multipurpose Glue.  We decorated two cards with Cherry Cobbler card bases and two cards with Early Espresso card bases.  Each of the cards has a Whisper White square of card which is embossed using the Cable Knit Embossing Folder before being attached to the card front.  They also have a Whisper White circle and either a Cherry Cobbler or Early Espresso scalloped circle all cut using the Layering Circle Framelites Dies.  The first card has the bear image from the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set stamped onto Whisper White card using Crumb Cake ink.  The face is stamped in Early Espresso and the the hat is created using Cherry Cobbler and Whisper White card and the retired Santa Hat Punch.  The bow is punched from Cherry Cobbler card using the Cookie Cutter Punch.  All of the pieces are attached to each other and layered onto the centre of the Whisper White circle on a Cherry Cobbler card.  The second card uses the Gingerbreadman image from the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set.  The image is stamped onto Whisper White card using Early Espresso ink and punched out using the Cookie Cutter PunchTwo small Basic Pearls were coloured using the Dark Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Blend to create buttons.  The image is layered onto the Whisper White circle on an Early Espresso card base.  For the third card, the Reindeer image was stamped onto Whisper White card using Early Espresso ink and punched out using the Cookie Cutter Punch.  A second image was stamped in Cherry Cobbler ink on Whisper White card and the nose only was cut out and attached over the stamped Early Espresso nose.  The image is attached the Whisper White circle on a Cherry Cobbler card base.  The last card has the Santa image from the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set stamped onto Whisper White card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  The image is coloured with the Cherry Cobbler, Dark Smoky Slate and Light Skin Tone Stampin’ Blends.  The image pieces are layered onto the Whisper White circle on an Early Espresso card base.  For each of the cards, the inside Whisper White was stamped using the For/From image from the Merry Little Labels.  The image is coloured using Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler and Garden Green Stampin’ Write Markers.

I love this set, it is so cute and would make a perfect small gift or stocking filler for friends or family this Christmas.  If you would like to create this project, then please download your free tutorial.  You can also download this tutorial on the Free Tutorials page.

Bye for now,

Kris

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 18, 2017 8:27 am

    Ho cure are these? Gotta love that Santa!

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  2. kreatinwithkris permalink*
    December 18, 2017 10:05 am

    Thanks Vicky. He is a very cute Santa but the whole set is lovely.

    Like

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