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Fall Friday Week #6 - Popcorn Box

Cookie Cutter Christmas Tag Card

IMG_6787I just realized this morning that I did not share this card with you from my Christmas Card Class last month.  Actually, I have two other cards I haven't shared.  This little guy is just too stinkin cute not to share.  

To make this card you will need the following items:

Whisper White Thick Card Stock #140272

  • cut at 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" score at 4 1/4"

Soft Suede Card Stock #115318

  • cut at 4" x 5 1/4"

Cherry Cobbler Card Stock #119685

  • cut at 1" x 2"

Whisper White Card Stock #100730

  • cut at 5/8" x 2" this is for the Merry Christmas
  • cut at 2" x 2 1/2" this is for the gingerbread man
  • cut at 2" x 4 1/8" this is for the tag

You will begin by using the Softly Falling Embossing Folder on your piece of Soft Suede Paper.  I put the heavier snow on the bottom of the paper, but you can do it with it on the top if you wish.

I stamped the snowflake, from the Peace This Christmas stamp set, on the tag and on the inside of the card on all four corners using Cherry Cobbler ink.  I used the same ink on the sentiment on the front and inside of the card, which was from the stamp set Flurry of Wishes, along with the bow tie on the gingerbread man. 

I used dimensionals on the gingerbread man to make him pop on the card and to adhere the ribbon I used two of the glue dots .

Someone told me today that on Sunday, there is only 11 weeks until Christmas.  What!?!  When you say it like that it seems really close.  I think I like it when they say 80 days instead.  It just seems a little bit longer even though it is the same amount of days.  I guess I better get off here and start creating some more fun things!

Thank you for stopping by today!  

Happy Stampin!


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