Can you even BELIEVE how cute these Christmas cookie dies are?

I was really excited to help design these four different Christmas cookie dies. I’ve seen some out there and I wanted to create something that actually looked like a COOKIE. I think these totally fit the bill and they make the MOST adorable tags, ornaments as well as look super cute on a card project.

These handmade tags and adorable slimline greeting card feature elements made with new Christmas cookie dies from Kittiekraft by Rubbernecker

The Slimline Base

  • Use white cardstock to cut the 8.50″ x 3.50″ slimline bard base.
  • Cut a 8.25″ x 3.25″ red layer and attach it to the card base using ATG adhesive.  Pro Tip:  You can use a large die to cut the center out of the red layer and save the cut out for another project if you don’t want to waste a whole layer of red cardstock behind the frame. 
  • Use white cardstock to cut the slimline frame and a layer to place behind the frame.
  • Apply strips of mounting tape to the back of the frame and attach it to the white layer.
  • Apply ATG adhesive to the back of the framed layer and attach to the card base.

The Christmas Cookies

  • Use white cardstock to cut the cookie bases and color them with a light brown marker.  
  • Cut the cookie decorations using red, white, green, brown and black cardstock.
  • Assemble the pieces and attach them to the cookies using glossy accents and small pieces of mounting tape.
  • Apply pieces of mounting tape to the back of the Christmas cookies and attach to the card base.

These cookies were so fast and easy to make and I thought they made the cutest tags and/or ornaments. After assembling the cookies I used a 1/8″circle punch to create the hole and threaded red ribbon to finish.  When I was working I would make little sets of Christmas tags to give to my fellow employees.  Check out my Tag Category to see lots of other fun tag examples.  You can see several more examples of the new Rubbernecker Christmas die release on my Cards Made with Christmas Dies.

 Do any of you do cookie swaps? Mmm-hmmmm – picture your plates with one of these on the top. Or a little assortment on a card for your favorite baking friend? Even little “sweet” ornaments on a tabletop tree in the kitchen? I am betting by the time the holidays come around, we will be thinking of tons of ideas for how to use these adorable Christmas cookie dies in so many ways!

 
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Do any of you do cookie swaps? Mmm-hmmmm – picture your plates with one of these on the top. Or a little assortment on a card for your favorite baking friend? Even little “sweet” ornaments on a tabletop tree in the kitchen? I am betting by the time the holidays come around, we will be thinking of tons of ideas for how to use these adorable Christmas cookie dies in so many ways!