It’s FINALLY time for Mama Elephant’s anniversary release – and isn’t it just adorable?!
I LOVE the Little Girl Gnome Agenda and couldn’t help myself from making some small cards and tags using the new Slim Peeking Presents Creative Cuts and the cute gnomies.
I started by stamping and coloring in the Little Girl Gnome Agenda images using my Copic markers.
I then cut them out using the matching dies.
I then created the three little gifts, which is super easy using the Slim Peeking Presents dies.
I simply cut three of the full square as the base for the gifts, once from light blue and twice from dark blue-green.
For the second layers I cut the diagonal stripes once from mint cardstock and the one line once from white cardstock. I then used the positive and negative cuts from the mint cardstock on each of the blue-green presents. For the light blue present I used the white one line layer.
Finally, I cut out each of the bows from gold cardstock and a the complete bow 4 times from white cardstock.
For the sentiments on the gifts, I cut out a few of the tiny tags and stamped some of the small sentiments from Little Santa Agenda on them. They fit perfectly!
Instead of only making tags, I used two of the gifts to make small 3×3 inch cards. For these I simply cut a 2,5×2,5 inch layer from some colored cardstock and added the blue-green gifts and the gold bows and some tiny tags. Then I added a little girl gnome next to each of the gifts using foam squares.
For the tag, I simply added the white bow to the light blue gift, making sure the loops was over the top of the square so I have somewhere to add the string for the tag. To make this a bit sturdier, I added 2 bows to each side of the gift, layering them up for extra thickness.
Before I added the Little Gnome Girl to this, I cut the matching die one more time and glued it to the back of the gnome to hide the coloring bleed through.
Supplies | Mama Elephant
- Little Girl Gnome Agenda Stamps & Dies
- Slim Peeking Presents Creative Cuts
- Little Santa Agenda Stamps & Dies
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