Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Merry Monday ~ Santa

I'm playing along with this week's Merry Monday challenge where the theme is "Santa". MFT came out with a fun little die set to make these amazing Santa suits. Unfortunately, I didn't get the set but I thought I'd see what I could do to replicate my own using dies I already had. Easy Peasy!

I simply cut a white strip and a black strip of cardstock for both his belt and the trim of his suit. The buttons were cut using button stax. The buckle of Santa's belt was cut using one of MFT's Blueprints dies. I added a glittery snowflake, a candy cane cut from PTI's Candy Cane Christmas and a little black bow from another Blueprints die.

Here's another card I made using the same idea.


It's always a fun challenge for me to see how I can make similar cards using supplies that I already own. The MFT Santa Suit set is still on my wish list though...

I'm also adding one of these cards to the following challenges:
Simon Says Stamp ~ Work It Wednesday

Thanks so much for stopping by! Blessings~ Birgit

10 comments:

  1. c'est ma version favorite du père Noel Birgit, biz

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  2. Birgit, you are too clever! Amazing card so glad you posted to Merry Monday! I love them both!!

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  3. Very cute and good work replicating the santa suit!

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  4. Great job - who needs a die set?!

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  5. Too, too cute Birgit, and I love it that you used what you had on hand! And how clever to use shapes instead of a Santa stamp for this challenge...I'd say you definitely rocked this challenge!! :0)

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  6. Very creative Birgit. So cute. Thanks for playing this week at Merry Monday.

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  7. i was going to do something similar - but you beat me to it - love the addition of the candy cane and bow tie - very cute!

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  8. You did a great job replicating the Santa suit. The candy cane layer is a great addition. Thanks for playing Merry Monday!

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