The Rabbit Hole Design are not a line of stamps that I normally use. But one of their older stamps ~ Kringle ~ happens to be in my Christmas box and jumped out this season ready to be inked up and used.
He turned out to be perfect to go with these candy ornament shaker cards that I made for my younger grandkids.
I used a nesting tree die cut to make the framed tree and to cut the image into the solid vertical piece. A small piece of acetate is carefully glued behind the tree and then it is glued to the solid strip. Foam tape is added to the back of the strip both to the shape of the tree and around all edges. I carefully placed the candy pieces in the center of where the tree was going to go and then laid the strip over the top of them, lining it up straight and with the top and bottom of the card base also while securing all the foam tape down to the card base. Once secured, I added jolly Kringle to the edge of the strip and to the card base and then secured the die cut words.
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I’ll be entering this card in the following challenges:
Copics: Santa Suit: R29, R39, R46, Boots & Gloves: C5, C7, Beard: C0, Skates: Y26
The Rabbit Hole, Kringle