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Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Signs of Santa, Santa's Workshop, 3D Stamping

This was sitting on my worktable on Christmas eve but I didn't have time to tape it all together.  It was such a busy day.  Yesterday I had pre-posted our Christmas card because it was not only a busy day but it was Christmas Day and I don't often get to my workroom on Christmas Day.  I spent most of today wrapped up in a blanket trying to stay warm. I have caught some nasty cold bug that makes me cough all night and I don't get any sleep.  Nice!!! I wasn't going to post anything Christmas after Christmas but since I had this almost done I thought I would go ahead and post it.  Plus I feel too lightheaded to be in my workroom anyway!  I hope none of you get this awful thing going around. Coughing, plugged ears (well ear, it's effecting my right side), swollen right glands, sore throat (right side), plugged nose, runny nose, sneezing, watering eyes and a head ache along with the chills.  Doesn't that sound like a fun time. Oh and being it's the day after Christmas, at our house it's the hubby's birthday.  Sorry hubby, I am not up for going out to dinner for your birthday.

Okay, onto this fun project.  The base of this Whisper White piece is cut 3-1/8" x 9-1/2".  I ran added some texture using the "Softly Falling" embossing folder.  I only textured the center of the strip.  

I had die cut these pieces from the "Santa's Workshop" Specialty Designer Series Paper (SDSP).  I stamped the "North Pole" words from the "Signs of Santa" set.  I set all of the die cut pieces in place using Dimensionals.  
I got these cookies at Aldi.  They have some fun things to add a wrapper around and dress up!!  These would be fun to "dress up" for Valentine's Day!

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.  I look forward to a new year of card crafting!

Thank you for stopping by, 

1 comment:

Kathy Bolam said...

Hi Wanda, I am sorry to hear that you are feeling under the weather. Not a great time to get sick, during the holidays. Will say a prayer for you tonight that you recover quickly and have a belated birthday dinner with your hubby. Blessings for the new year and look forward to seeing your new creations in 2019!