Monday, 30 October 2017

More from Cookie Cutter Christmas

Just when I thought I'd done as much as I could for one season with the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamps and punch, I spotted a pin on Pinterest that I just HAD to CASE - the pin took me to the blog of Geniveve Ko and you can see her fun card here.

This is my take on her card

Everything came from the snippets box - the woodgrain paper, the canvas effect card and the kraft. For the middle reindeer, I masked off the nose area while stamping the image, then removed the mask and applied red marker direct to the stamp and stamped again.

I am sharing this card with
Christmas Card Throwdown - Canvas or wood
Pixie's Snippets Playground - weeks 305/306 (actually everything I used on all 3 cards in this post were from the snippets box except the pine bough background of the gingerbread man card.)


Well, I still had a scrap of the canvas paper left and I liked that card, so I decided to use the same layout only this time using the gingerbread men from the stamp set.

And I am sharing this one with
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge - October
Watercooler Wednesday - All About Christmas


And then, I thought the layout didn't need to be used exclusively for Christmas, and neither does the stamp set. The bear in the set can be used all year round. Pity he has to be fussy cut though as the punch would chop off his ears!

I'm sharing this third card with
Sweet Stampin - Bears
C.R.A.F.T. - Ribbon and Distressing

Now I need to dream up matching cards for the eskimo and santa stamps so I can use the whole set!


  1. Three lovely cards, love your cookie stamps.
    Pinterest is great for ideas, trouble is you can spend more time on there than crafting

  2. Hi Jane, what fun cards you've created from "snippets". Love the background paper. The pine branches set the Christmas mood right away. And the textured canvas paper as well. The little gingerbread men look real enough to reach in and take one as a snack. The kraft paper is perfect for these little guys, isn't it? Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

  3. Great cards, love the reindeers :)
    Hugs Kaz xx

  4. Have always loved the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set and you've done such a great job using all the stamps for your various cards. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful card on our Watercooler Wednesday challenge this week. Loved it!

  5. Super cards Jane, I love the Christmas designs but I think the last one is my favourite - so bright and cheerful.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

  6. Dancing gingerbread men! So fun. Love the pine bough background. Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday.

  7. Wonderful cards Jane! Each one is so full of fun! Do I need that stamps set? Ha, probably not. I sold about 20 SU stamp sets and some dies/punches on Facebook recently. Not that it's left me with much more room needless to say.


    Di xx

  8. Trop mignon ce trio avec un adorable Rudolf au centre, merci de jouer avec nous chez CCT, biz

  9. Great card - thanks for joining us at Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra.

    Helen x

  10. Great selection of card and thanks for sharing at craft

  11. Great cards :) so fun! Thank you for joining us at CRAFT challenge this week.

  12. Three fabulous cards, love how you made a birthday card too x

  13. What fun, cute cards and an extra point for using canvas AND wood! It's a great layout for your little images and I like the pink version too.
    Thanks for playing along at Christmas Card Throwdown.

  14. What gorgeous creations all of them! But of course those three bears are super duper perfect for our current challenge! Love the pink and green. Gorgeous. Thanks for sharing it with us at Sweet Stampin' for our 'Bears' challenge. Your card is perfect for it! Hugs, Wends xoxo Sweet Stampin' DT

  15. What a fantastic festive card you made :-)) I like your wood background and pretty stamps.
    Thanks for playing along at Christmas Card Throwdown, Andreja DT


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