Here's a super cute set of Christmas Thinlit dies to use with your BigShot or other die cutting machine. They are called the Santa's Sleigh Thinlits and you can find them in the 2016 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalogue.
For this first card I have used the reindeer thinlit with some Christmas themed washi tape from the Presents and Pinecones product suite.
It was a quick and simple card to make. The reindeer is cut from Dazzling Diamonds glimmer paper and that's Cherry Cobbler twine around the neck. I've popped him up with dimensionals, and the base card is Cherry Cobbler. I have finished the card off with a greeting stamped in Emerald Envy.
My second card uses the sleigh thinets in the set. I have cut the base sleigh in Mint Macaron, and the second layer in Dazzling Diamonds gimmer paper. I handcut the presents from the Presents and Pinecones Desghner Series Paper
The embossing folder I have used on the one is Pretty Paisleys Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. You can see all the products I have used today by clicking on the product links under my signature below.
Here's a look at the Santa's Sleigh Thinlets set.
It's also available in a bundle with the Santa's Sleigh stamp set (at a saving of 10%).
Hope you like today's project and that it has inspired you to make some Christmas Cards this week. See you back here tomorrow for some more inspiration,
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