More with Stampendous!

Welcome back to the Perfect Paper Crafting Blog.. This month we are teaming up with Stampendous an showcasing some fun projects for Christmas! Today Holly is using the Gingerbread Baker to create a fun Holiday Card that can be enclosed with some Yummy Holiday Treats!
Be sure to check out the Stampendous blog for a chance to win great giveaways, and be sure to check out their Facebook page for other great crafting ideas!
I started out by die cutting the gingerbread from some Suede cardstock and then I added some shading around the edges with some Walnut Stain Distress Ink. I stamped the face and little buttons and colored them in with Colored pencils.
Then I die cut the accessory pieces included in the set. The apron, hat and bowl and than I added some color using Copic Markers. I adhered the pieces with some liquid glue and set the image aside.
I created a Green top folding card base and then I added some pattern paper and matted it using the Mini Perfect Layers tool and my craft knife. The I adhered the pattern paper panel to the card base.
I stamped the sentiment onto a piece of White cardstock and trimmed it into a banner and adhered it to the upper right corner of the card front. I added a piece of White ribbon around the card front as well and tied it into a bow. Then I adhered the gingerbread cookie with some foam adhesive.
Be sure to stop back by for some more great projects from the other Design Team members. Holly 
Our friend Julie Tucker-Wolek also made some adorable cards using some Stampendous goodies along with Perfect Paper Crafting tools. Check out below for some more inspirations!

13 thoughts on “More with Stampendous!

  1. What an awesome trio of Christmas wreaths and the Gingerbread card is yummy looking!! It has been great seeing PPC tools in action this week! Thanks for letting me tag along!

  2. Love Santa in his hot air balloon.
    the gingerbread person looks great.
    Fun cards.
    thanks for sharing.
    Your system looks like it will really help
    me do more layering that will look

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