Cookie Cutter Mini 3×3 Christmas Cards

These little cards are so cute and adorable! And when you use the coordinating punch with the stamp set, it becomes a whole lot easier too.

I love using red and white at Christmas. I haven’t managed to pull off that look at the dinner table (I have tried and tried), but I seem to get it right using the same colours on cards. I just love the red and white ribbon from the seasonal catalogue this year.

Dimensions

Card Base – 6 x 3″ Score at 3″
Mat – 2.75 x 2.75″

I made my card bases from a 12 x 12 piece of real red cardstock – you will get 8 pieces

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Helen Xx

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All orders over £25 (before shipping & handling) & using this month’s Hostess Code at checkout will receive a Hostess Gift from me. If your order is over £150, please do not use this code – you can claim your own Stampin’ Rewards.
All online orders under £150 will collect Stampin’ Rewards (free product) throughout the month. Your order is processed as normal, with it being delivered to your house as usual, so nothing changes there. But, at the end of the month, I close off the code and work out how many people have placed orders and divide the total Stampin’ Rewards between them all, making sure that everyone has exactly the same products.

However, the more people who join the code, the higher the rewards go because everyone is pulling together towards a common goal!

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Helen

Papercraft designer & educator. My aim is to inspire and provide easy to follow tutorials - so you can create my projects with ease. You can find my projects on my website, Youtube and in papercraft magazines.

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