Merry Christmas Santa

Good Wednesday morning.  I have a fun, fast and easy Christmas project to share with you today using the Impression Obsession Santa silhouette die. This would be a perfect card to mass produce for holiday cards.

KC Impression Obsession Santa 5 left

There’s not much explanation needed for this project.  I covered my card base with a piece of designer paper from the Lawn Fawn Snow Day.  I created a simple double layer with white and black cardstock, stamped the sentiment with black versafine and attached it to the card base with strips of mounting tape.

KC Impression Obsession Santa 5 center

I applied small pieces of mounting tape to the back of the Santa and reindeers and attached it to the card front. I think the black and white pops perfectly against the red snowflake background.

KC IMpression Obsession Santa 5 right

Thank you for coming by and I hope you have a fun day preparing your Thanksgiving pumpkin pies. 

Card size:  5.50” x 4.25”

12 thoughts on “Merry Christmas Santa”

  1. Oh Kittie….. I LOVE Santa….. And this is absolutely darling…. Again simple yet striking…..You are the Queen of Creativity…… Thank you for sharing….
    I hope you & your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving……

  2. Beautiful! This reminds me of when I was a girl and I would sit at my bedroom window looking at the sky waiting to see this exact scene. Kittie, thank you so much for that fantastic memory, it makes me smile. HUGS.

  3. Good Afternoon, Kittie. this is a lovely simple Christmas cards, love the colors, and love the design. My computer has been down for a few days so I haven’t commented for awhile. Have a Blessed Thanksgiving Day with family and friends….LOL

  4. I have this Santa and reindeer die and have problems getting the cut image off the die without tearing the tiny reins. Any suggestions! Wax paper ?Dryer sheet?

    • Hi Bonnie, I like to use waxed paper between my die and cardstock when I have one that sticks. It really helps. I also use my paper piercer to glide under the die and gently move it along the lines of the die to lift the paper. I hope this helps.


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