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« Founder's Circle 2011 - a Trip to Susan's! | Main | Stamping at Susan's - Spice Cake Easel Card »

September 23, 2011


Jeanne Nielsen

So adorable! I'll need to make a few of these! TFS!

Margaret Peltier

He is just ADORABLE _ may need to put that on the list of 'to do' projects for this year!!!

Marjorie Gibson

WOW - my to do list just got a little bit longer! Thanks for sharing.

Cindy Dicks

Way too cute Patty! I'll need to make up a few of these for my fall craft show ~ thanks for sharing :)

Gail S.

Super cute idea!!! I love him :)

Lynn Starzl

I made one just a bit differently than yours and posted on my blog. Will be showing him at workshops this weekend! Thank you for sharing!

Wanda G (stampcat)

Oh Em GEEEEE! That is so darn cute!!! Did you use glitter???? Love this one! Have a great day fabulous Patty!

crafty stamper

Thanks for sharing this Patty. The Santa is adorable and I am certainly going to make some.


He's just too cute! What color card stock did you use for his face and nose? Did you use the new Dazzling Details or Dazzling Diamonds glitter on his hat.

Just too cute!

Thanks for sharing!


he's a cutie; I'd never have thought about the licorice & cello bag...I'd have given up & eaten the licorice;TFS!!


Thanks for sharing this darling project. That Santa just makes you smile. And the tip on putting the licorice in the cello bag is priceless!


Hi Patty, Thought I would let you know that I made one of these cuties! Thanks so much for all your inspiration!!!

Deb B (Debadoo)

This is adorable!!! Way way way too cute. Love the tip about getting the licorice into the bags also. Of course, now I can't use Susan's tip about just giving up and eating the licorice when I couldn't get it into the bag. lol


Luv Luv Luv the use of dry embossed papers on this project.

Peg Ireland

Love this Santa--made one last night and oh so much fun! Thanks a bunch for sharing!

Becky Green

This looks GREAT!!!!!!!!!! I found you through Paper Punch Addiction! QUITE NICE!!!!!! :)

Janet H

I don't see where you use the postage stamp punch. I see the scallop square punch but it is not listed.

Elvy Burlingame

Patty, this is a delicious Santa. I love it! Elvy


This is a great project! Just a couple of questions. Did you add a back to this or is it just the santa face front? How did you attach the cello bag?
Thanks for sharing

Dale Morin

Too cute! Thanks so much for sharing with us.


Oooooh, what a fun idea! Thanks for sharing this! :)

Lesley La Grenouille

Fabulous. And a great tip for inserting the licorice too. Hugs, Lesley

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