Santa Baby!

Yes, I believe in Santa Claus! I’ve heard if you don’t, you just get underwear in your stocking so YES, I believe!

For December Stamp Club, I have decided to give the man in red the spotlight. Our first project is a fun sized Hershey bar (discreetly removed from my daughter’s Halloween candy bag) all decked out in some Santa punch art! Don’t you LOVE that silver Glimmer paper? It really makes his hat pop! This project was really fast and would make a fun little stocking stuffer, don’t you think?

My next project is a favorite – box making! You will love creating this super simple box that holds (9) Hershey Nuggets (wow, I should get some sort of bonus from Hershey for all this free advertising!). It’s Santa’s belt that holds the box together – belly band! I really love the silver Brushed paper for his belt. Santa loves to sparkle!

My last project is a Santa tag that was created by fellow demonstrator, Jacque Craig. I just love a fat Santa! This fun little tag was created using the 3″ circle die for the Big Shot along with the Scallop Circle # 2 die. The rest was just scraps and I know how much you girls LOVE to use up those scraps!

I am really looking forward to spending just a little time with you in December. Each year in December I keep my Stamp Clubs fast and simple because I know that time is short for you guys. It’s always fun to drop in and stamp just a little and have a few quickie ideas for those last minute stocking stuffers or co-worker gifts. 🙂

Is it wrong that I am posting Christmas ideas and it’s not even Halloween yet????? Sorry!!!

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  1. Vickie says:

    I just love these three ideas and wished I lived in OK City so I could be apart of your amazing club. TFS. God Bless.

  2. Sooooooooooo cute – !!!

  3. Sally says:

    It is all just great. Fun and cute Thanks
    Sally S

  4. Merle Carlson says:

    I want to make these for our funderraiser ( benefits Mary Bridge Hospital in Tacoma Wa ) How much should I charge. I never know what to price things!

    • Connie says:

      It really depends on your area. I typically take the cost of supplies and double it, then a little for my time. If that seems too high, you could take it down. Also, remember, people are willing to pay more for things when it’s a fundraiser.

  5. Laura says:

    So very cute. How did you do the hat?

    • Connie says:

      Punches – square scallop, Word Window, and the Itty Bitty Punch Pack (this post is old and these punches are now retired).

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