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HO-HO-HO! Santa's Coming Card

Hello Digi Divas! So glad you stopped by today! We are getting ready for Santa's coming to a

HO-HO-HO-Home near you! He has lots of toys for the good little girls and the boys. Come along as Santa jingles all the way to your house.

Suggested card size - 5"x7"


5085J - Santas Coming Digital Stamp Set B000, B00 - Sky

Hammermill® 100lb. White Coverstock B01, B02 - Doll

Core'dinations® Cherry Tomato B60, B63, B66 - Snow

Core'dinations® Holly Leaf C1, C3 - Beard & Fur

DCWV® Christmas Plaid E07, E08 - Doll Hair

5"x7" Cardbase E21, E23, E25 - Brick Wall

Marianne® Double notched rectangle dies E30, E33, E34 - Dog

Elizabeth 1114 Fitted Oval Dies E50, E51, E53, R02 - Face

Maker's Holiday® 1/4" "HO HO Ribbon - Stash E81, E84, E87 - Bag

Gold Baker's Twine - Stash G12, G14, G16 - Gloves

White Flocking - Stash N5, N6, N8, N9 - Boots/Belt

Nuvo Glitter Drops® - White Blizzard R14, R17, R29, R39 - Santa

Liquid Pearls® - Rouge W1, W3, W5, W7 - Gate

Nuvo Crystal Drops® Bright Gold YG61, YG63, YG67 - Wreath

Bearly Art® Precision Craft Glue YR21, YR23, YR24 - Buckles/Horn/Bow

EZ-Tear® Tape

Let's welcome Santa for his visit by getting our image 5085J - Santas Coming Digital Stamp Set. Size him on one half of your page to 4-1/2"x3-3/4". I also selected a couple of the sentiments and placed out of the area I wanted to use for just Santa.

Print on Hammermill® 100lb. White Coverstock.

Color as desired. I chose to use COPIC®.

A full list of colors are listed above for your use.

Cut a 5"x7" Core'dinations® Cherry Tomato rectangle for the card front base. Cut a

4-3/4"x6-3/4" DCWV® Christmas Plaid rectangle

to center and adhere to the card front base.

Cut a Core'dinations® Cherry Tomato rectangle using the largest Marianne® Double notched rectangle die. Run through the Big Shot ®.

Your colored image will need you to cut along the snow drifts from wall and around to the bottom as shown in order to slide the next-to-largest Marianne® Double notched rectangle die under. Run through the Big Shot®.

Arrange the two (2) of the Elizabeth® 1114 Fitted oval dies as shown around the sentiment "Ho-Ho-Ho! and run through the Big Shot®.

On the Core'dinations® Holly Leaf lay the two (2) dies and sentiment and trace around the outer most and inner most dies.

Fussy cut the Core'dinations® Holly Leaf and

Snip both end of the white and the green as shown.

Cut the Jingles sentiment using the smallest

Marianne® Double notched rectangle die. Lie the die on the Core'dinations® Holly Leaf and trace around the outer edge. Fussy cut the image. Center and adhere the Sentiment to the green.

Using 1/4" EZ-Tear tape and Maker's Holiday® 1/4" "HO HO Ribbon adhere about 2-1/2" above the bottom and wrap around the edges as shown.

Adhere the image and Marianne® Double notched rectangle about one inch above the bottom of the card front as shown. Adhere the Ho-Ho-Ho! banner about 1/2" from the top of the card front.

Adhere the Jingles sentiment about 1/2" from the bottom as shown.

Adhere the Card front to a 5"x7" cardbase.

To embellish the image I used the following;

* White Flocking on Santa's Fur.

* Liquid Pearls - Rouge on Wreath Berries.

* Nuvo Glitter Drops - White Blizzard on Snow.

* Nuvo Crystal Drops - Bright Gold on wreath bow, buckle and horn.

Using a flicking motion and Copic B000 and B00

to color the sky.

Using Gold Baker's Twine, wrap twice around the spine/fold and tie a bow as shown.

OPTIONAL: Using a scrap of each of the papers used to make our card and a name plaque, arrange and adhere to the backside of the card.

Wasn't that a fun journey to aid Santa along his Holiday visits of Christmas Cheer!

As a reminder I would like to invite you to visit me on my Etsy shop.

I wish to share this Holiday Greeting with the following:

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Ellibelle's Corner (

Shopping Our Stash Weekly Challenge Blog

The Holly and Ivy Christmas Challenge

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Dream Valley Challenges



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