Stampin' Up! Carols of Christmas Deck Those Halls!
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Stampin' Up! Cookie Cutter Christmas!

Hey there! A few days ago I found an idea for a 9th Christmas card using the Cookie Cutter Christmas set and coordinating Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. This is not an original idea by no means, but here's my version using new designer paper and ribbon:


Although the photography doesn't do it justice, I embossed the Cherry Cobbler layer with the Polka Dot Basics folder. I wrapped the front with Silver 3/8" Metallic-edge ribbon.


After punching two identical reindeer with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch I trimmed off one set of reindeer antlers and added a Red Glimmer bow, also punched with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch. I mounted them with dimensionals on an oval cut with a Stitched Shapes Framelit.


I had little strips left from cutting another project, and they worked perfect to add to the sides of the sentiment layer inside.



Use the July Host Code  QJXAT47J when shopping in my online store:

You’ll receive freebies from me to thank you!

Glue Dots

For every $50 you spend (before tax & shipping) in July, you’ll receive a coupon product code to spend in August! You’ll want to use your coupon code(s) to purchase a new bundle from the Holiday Catalog that will be a Sneak Peek in August: Carols of Christmas!


The Demonstrator Starter Kit is still only $99 for $125 worth of Stampin’ stuff of your choice (plus business supplies to get started if you do want to hold parties) FREE SHIPPING (you just pay your local sales tax) IN JULY you still get all of that, PLUS you will receive an extra free “Stamping Basics Kit” and the Carols of Christmas stamp set!


Contact me with any questions, or go to my online store to join:

That’s all for now, until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! Day!

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