Easy Saturday #2 – Santa’s Sleigh Greetings Card

I find that sometimes simplicity is the key in most things and today my gorgeous little Santa Sleigh Card is just that.  The matching Framelits dies which can be purchased as a bundle with the photopolymer stamp set make it so easy to create this project. Don’t you agree?

That cute little wreath with the bow really does look great on the side of the sleigh and you must agree there must be lots of presents in Santa’s Sleigh which can all be cut out using the matching framelit dies once you have stamped them out on your card.

I made the basis of my card with Soft Suede cardstock and it really does have a sheen to it just like suede!  It’s becoming one of my favourite Stampin’ Up colours.  I layered it up with a piece of Cherry Cobbler In Colour DSP.  It’s so cute.  There are so many stamps and dies in this set it’s a bargain. I used Real Red, Garden Green, Soft Suede and Daffodil Delight Inks to stamp out my images before cutting them out with the framelit dies on my Big Shot. I used a length of the Candy Cane Lane Bakers Twine around the bottom of my Sleigh.

If you don’t have a Demonstrator and would love copies of the current Stampin’ Up Catalogues to have a browse through at your leisure then send an email to me at sandra@artypapercrafters.com and I will pop them in the post free of charge.  

Thank you for stopping by today and Happy Christmas crafting with love from Sandra x

Independent Stampin’ Up Demonstrator

Card Measurements

Soft Suede Cardstock cut at 5 3/4 x 8 1/4″ – score on the long side at 4 1/8″

Regals Designer Paper cut at 5 3/4 x 3 1/4″

Whisper White Cardstock cut at 4 1/8″ x 3 1/2″

Don’t forget to use my current hostess code when you shop online for orders under £150 to receive a free gift.  

Shop Online  

Join my Team

2 thoughts on “Easy Saturday #2 – Santa’s Sleigh Greetings Card

  1. Cheri L

    I really love this card. I just love how creative that you are. Your ideas never seem to stop. What a talent that you have for something that you Love to do. Thank you for sharing.

    Reply
    1. Sandra Ronald Post author

      Hi Cheri, Thank you for your lovely comments. It keeps me going. I really do enjoy crafting and enjoy many types of crafts too from the age of 7 years old. Keep watching……. Love Sandra xx

      Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *