The snowflake tree was stamped repeatedly with the green ink so, it looks a little "fuller" in the bough's.
The star on this version is a button that has scrappers floss in the holes and the sentiments on both of these cards are from the Everyday Sentiments set. The stamped panels were cut with stitched rectangle dies and are up on foam tape over the cream cardbases.
the smaller jars for the cap on the bottom. there is some burlap string tied on there with a snowflake button and the sentiment is from the Winter Welcome set. The printed paper is from Echo Park times and seasons pad. This one is also A-2 in real life.
Now Dasher just made me smile in a happy memory retro kind of a way. ( I like that kind of thing) so, to me he looked like he should be flocked but, since I took him camping a couple weekends ago, he got watercolored instead.
Mason Jar Accessories 2 set.
This Santa's name is HO HO HO. He was also a let's color him in the camper version. I knew I wanted to do something "different" and since my first thought for Christmas without fail is always red and green and gold. followed by kraft and creams... the purple for the outside edges was a totally out of the blue decision. I did color his face with copic markers (because, I don't have the patience to mix watercolors for skin tones in a "good" way yet) So, now you know where I am on that learning curve still lol. This sentiment is also from the Mason Jar Access#2 set. The water color panel was cut with a Taylored Expressions labels stack3 die, and at first I thought to make this into a gift tag, so, I cut another piece from plain smooth Neenah for a frame and then a solid piece of scrap corrugate for the back to give it some stability and then I decided to make it a card instead and I kept the corrugate on the back side for a very slim dimensional rise over the base. The big brad I believe may be from SU. ( all my round metal brads are in the same jar together) This one is also A-2 in real life.