What Will You Stamp? - #144 - Santa's Suit

Welcome to this week's challenge at What Will You Stamp? Each week we feature a different stamp set and start off the challenge by sharing our ideas for using it and then it is over to you. So check out all of the Design Team projects and if you are up for the challenge you can add your projects too. You might even be chosen as our next Guest Designer!

This week we are showcasing Santa's Suit.

This stamp set coordinates with the Santa Builder Framelits. I thought I would use some of the images and framelits that you might overlook. In the set there is a tag and some little shapes that you can use such as the row of trees that I have used here.

I used Bronwyn Eastley's Christmas Chocolate Holder tutorial to make these. This holder is such a great way to package a small gift, decoration, chocolate or brooch as I have done here. You can see another version that I made last week here

It is a great way to package up this simple brooch that I made with a felt stitched circle (that I die cut) and one of the Stitched Felt Embellishments. This could also easily be made into a tree decoration.

To secure the brooch, I have made a little stand using the row of trees. The brooch back just fastens through the end trees to stop it falling out. 

I have one more project to show you using Santa's Suit. I made it a few months ago but it is still one of my favourites so I thought I would show you in case you missed it. You can read all about how to make it here

Make sure you check out all of the other projects from the other Design Team members and enter your project. We'd love to see what you create.

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  1. Both really great projects, Lou but you know that santa peeping from the side cracks me up every time! Great work :-)


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