For this project I used the:
|Toy Co/Coal Co|
You get 12 total labels, two different images in 3 different sizes.
My first card is a side step card. I found a very good video on how to cut and score this card: Side Step Card on Youtube I used one of the smallest images on this card. To make my, "coal" I used some black fleece scraps I have leftover from a pair of pajamas that I made myself. I didn't make the strips uniform, coal doesn't come that way in nature. I cut 4 strips of fleece approximately 1.75" wide x 3" tall, folded them in half to form almost a square then stitch together on the bottom and sides then turn so they are right side out and stuff with fiberfill, stitch opening closed. The Christmas stocking and sentiment were cut with my Cricut.
Next came some tags.
After cutting out my images (I used the next size up from the side step card) I mounted them onto some green scraps I had on hand, punched a hole in the upper left corner and added the ribbon.
I also made 4 cards.
I cut some Christmas papers from my stash and cut the cards, the first 3 cards measure 6" high x 4 1/4" wide when folded and trimmed the corners, then I cut a layer to mount the images onto. I tied a twine around the middle on two of them, and a bow on one. The last and smaller card measures 5 1/2" high x 5" wide when folded. I also added a layer to this card and a twine bow. For these 4 cards I used the 2 biggest sizes of the images.