Thursday, 23 August 2018

Santa's Workshop Suite: Father Christmas

**You may have seen this post already, so my apologies. I got the date wrong *doh* So, here it is... again! Ooopsie ;-)**
And I'm back with another Christmas make again today :-) This time I've delved into the Santa's Workshop suite of products. There's a lot of great stuff in this suite including stamps, dies, enamel shapes and of course DSP (Designer Series Paper.)
This happy looking Santa is actually die cut from the DSP as the dies fit some of the images on there. It makes for some super quick cardmaking! Let me share...
 Look at the shine on those enamel shapes! I did do some stamping on this card ;-) including the "seal" which I cut out using the matching dies and the sentiment which was heat embossed in white.
 When you die cut an image from the DSP it's cut from thick paper but not card (obviously) and that's great of you are sticking it flat to a card but if you want to add it with dimensionals (and why not?) then my TIP: is to die cut a second shape from a coordinating coloured piece of card and layer the paper onto it! Tah Dah!
 I'm not sure if you can tell but this paper is also flocked in places too which makes it just extra fun :-)  And the sentiment is from the Beautiful Blizzard stamp set.
If you don't have a demonstrator and would like an Autumn/Winter catalogue I will be sending out copies at the end of the month (when I return home) ready for the 5th September when you can start ordering. Drop me a line if you'd like one at
Well, that's all for today. Have you started your Christmas makes yet? 
Just one last FYI, if you join SU! as a demo (as a hobby or as a business) now you can choose items from the Autumn/Winter catalogue in your starter kit. Message me if you'd like to chat this through :-)
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Stampin' Hugs,

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