Stamp Highlight | Santa Baby

You probably know I make a lot of tags – and I just knew the Santa Baby images would make the cutest little tag scenes! 

However, since I don’t actually need that many tags, I like making some of them into cards, so I thought I’d show you a quick and easy way to do that too. 

I started by cutting the Artist Mat tag from some white cardstock, then stamped the scenes on each tag. You might need masks for some of them, or you could make them simpler by leaving out some of the background. 

For the first tag, I simply stamped the Santa on the roof – no masking needed. I also added a sentiment from Best Gift Ever. All I needed to do to this one was color it in and add another die cut tag to the back. 

For the second tag, I stamped Santa and Mrs. Claus first and masked them off. Then I stamped the tree from Santa Baby, making sure none of Santa was visible. I also added the fireplace from Toasty Friends behind them and colored all of it in. 

To make an easy card to place the tag on, I cut out the big rectangle with 2 scallop edges from Sweet Feline from white cardstock. I cut this into two pieces with my paper trimmer and cut off a little bit so I had a wider stripe down the front when adding the cut edges to my card base. Before I glued down the scallop pieces with foam tape, I layered a bit of striped cardstock behind the opening. 

Since the scallop pieces was added with foam tape, I used double foam tape behind the tag to pop it up even more. 

For the sentiment, I used the banner die from Mega Flipper and stamped one of the sentiments from Santa Baby. 

To decorate the card, I added some gold ribbon to the tag and cut some gold sequins using the Inlaid Balloon dies.

Supplies | Mama Elephant


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