Nothing but cards for this challenge at Cut it Up. Our sponsor is Oddball Art, and they have the cutest images! I chose this adorable Cute Christmas Silly Santa Yetis for my set of Christmas cards. I made four of them, two of each.
The digi set comes with a boy and a girl Yeti, a Christmas tree, and five snowflakes. I used the Yetis and the tree. I brought them into Silhouette Design Studio, traced them, released the compound path, and colored each section before printing and cutting them for my card. I love doing that! So much fun!
The snow drift is a Scallop Wave Die from Pink and Main. (I don’t see them on their site; maybe they’ve been discontinued.) The sentiments are part of an ingenious set from LDRS Creative. There are twelve Christmas/Winter-themed sentiments on one stamp (Christmas Wishes stamp) which fit perfectly into the Wave Ribbon Banner Stack die – It cuts them all out at once!! The snowflake is a Martha Stewart punch and the embossing folder is Cuttlebug.
The embossing didn’t turn out too well because I lost one of my B plates!! It’s got to be somewhere in my craft room, but that’s a disaster now with paper, yarn, and Christmas presents all over the tables, shelves, and floor. Hopefully I’ll find it after the new year, but for now I just put some card stock layers in the sandwich and hoped for the best.
Here is the girl Yeti.
Oh, and I put a nuvo drop in the center of each snowflake. And that’s that! Hope you share your Holiday cards with us at Cut it Up this challenge. You could win a $10 coupon to Oddball Art!
How adorable, the yetis are cute; I like how you always create multiple cards something I never seem to do!
These are both so cute! The Yetis are so sweet and make for fabulous Christmas cards.