Sending Cheer Gingerbread Man
I think the Sending Cheer bundle is just so stinkin' adorable--it has this cute gingerbread man, a Santa hat and some presents and everything to go with those stamps. And starting 11/21/23 the stamps and dies will be 40% off--such an amazing deal. And I love how the gingerbread man matches the ones on the Traditions of St. Nick DSP that is an on-line exclusive. A match made in heaven!
Let's make this card! Gather your supplies:
1. Real Red cardstock --Card base 5 1/2" by 7 1/2" scored on the long side at 3 1/4" and folded along the score line. Second piece die cut with the 3rd largest Countryside Corners die
2. Basic White cardstock--2 3/4 by 5 1/4" for the inside and a scrap to cut the gingerbread man
3. Traditions of St. Nick DSP--3" by 5 1/4"
4. Glorious Gingham 6" X 6" DSP--1" by 5 1/4" of the Pecan Pie gingham
5. Stamp set--Sending Cheer
6. Dies--Sending Cheer, Countryside Corners
7. Ink--Pecan Pie, Memento Black
8. Basic supplies--Bone folder, Paper Snips, adhesive (I like Multipurpose Glue and Seal+), Paper Trimmer, Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine, Take Your Pick Tool, Piercing Mat, Regular Dimensionals
Fold your card base along the score line. Then take the Real Red Countryside Corners die cut and score it along one side about 1/4" from the corner. Fold along the score line and then attach the small piece to the INSIDE of the back part of the card. Cover with the 1" piece of Glorious Gingham DSP. If this is confusing please watch my Facebook Live below, or check me out on YouTube (both are Stamp with Dr Robin) and meet me there every Monday at 1 pm PST for more cardmaking fun.
Next attach the piece of Traditions of St. Nick DSP to the front of the card. Now take the piece of Basic White and stamp the inside sentiment in Pecan Pie and attach to the inside of the card.
Stamp the gingerbread man on the scrap piece of Basic White and then stamp his face with Memento Black. Cut him out with the matching die from Sending Cheer. Cut off the part that would make it a tag. Stamp the "For You" on the front of the Real Red piece and attach the gingerbread man with Dimensionals.
An alternative is to color the hearts with a Real Red blend or marker. I don't know if you can see it, but in the card below I also colored some rhinestones with the marker and attached a few of those.
Below is my Facebook Live from 11/13/23 where I make this card, and show you some tips to help with the cardmaking. Join me every Monday at 1 pm PST for some cardmaking fun over on Stamp with Dr Robin on Facebook. Or follow me on YouTube with the same name (be sure to hit the Subscribe button while you are there). And let me know if you have questions. You can click on the red Robin above left to order these supplies from my store.