03 November, 2011

Santa's Village

All papers are from the Santa's Village Cartridge. The Plaid paper was cut at 4x5
Santa was cut at 3.5
then on Layers at 3.5
I used these pop squares from Oriental Trading and you can see on the side view 
how much dimension they give the look

I was going for an ornament look, I tried to achieve that by adding ribbon to look like it was an ornament hanging on the card
I used my oval punch so I could add the sentiment Warm Wishes from the {ippity} set Warm Wishes, to be Released on Sunday November 5th. I then used Diamond stickler on the bell of his hat, his button on his coat and the furry part of the top of his hat as well. (His being Santa)


  1. Super duper cute. I love how you did that layering.

    Be Blessed, Beckie

  2. I think the ornament look worked very well, Heather! I am definatly putting this cart on my wish list:)

  3. Love this card! I guess I need to add this cartridge to my wish list. The colors are so bold and bright, I really love the way it printed out. You did a great job of popping that design out and it looks fabulous!

  4. Oh my goodness, what a neat card! I love the three-dimensional look. :) Pretty background paper, too. Thanks for sharing!

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