Up first I have a holiday card focused on all the adorable mitten stickers from the collection. I cut a small strip from the coordinating 6×6 paper to use as a border along the bottom and to tie my theme together.
My next card uses another sheet from the 6×6 paper pad for my card panel and then I set to work creating a little scene with various glittery stickers from the accent sticker sheet. I finished off my card with a little bling and a stamped sentiment in the corner.
My last Christmas card centers around the darling hot cocoa/coffee cup stickers and matching papers. I just love the colors in this collection, don’t you? For my sentiment I cut down this little phrase from a piece of paper from the 6×6 pad and I think it’s just perfect!
While I had all my supplies out, I thought it would be fun to create some keepsake gift tags for my sisters this year that could double as Christmas ornaments. I did this last year so I figured, why not make it a tradition. To make my tags sturdier I added a layer of chipboard between two sheets of patterned paper.
For my tags I used the beautiful dimensional stickers and glittery snowflake chips.
I loved the large wide stripes of the 12×12 paper and how they were the perfect print for stamping my messages on the back with some stamps from my stash.
I finished off my tags by tying some organza ribbon through the holes and cinching them in with a little bakers twine bow.
I hope I’ve managed to inspire you with your own holiday crafting! I’ll be back next month with a couple of winter themed layouts I created with more of this amazing collection.
Winter Wonderland Blizzard 12×12 Patterned Paper
Winter Wonderland 6×6 Paper Pad
Winter Wonderland Icons Glitter Stickers
Winter Wonderland Glitter Snowflakes Chips Die-cut Shapes
Winter Wonderland Rosette Paper Embellishments