Christmas Crush – Project 15

TGIF.  I know many of you follow my blog for the boxes and 3D projects.  I hope you stay tuned for December as I have a mini series regarding gift card holders.  Let’s not jump ahead to December when we have an entire week of Christmas Crush to get through.  Today’s project is a quick Christmas Cracker.  Well, here in Canada that’s what we call them. Check today’s project out.

Stampin' Up! Winter Wonderland Vellum

The details:

Cardstock 4 1/2 by 6 1/2

  • Scoring on the short side at 1, 2, 3, and 4 inches.
  • Fold.
  • Punch at 1 inch on the envelope punch board, fold a section down and repeat.  Turn over and repeat on the other side.  5 punches on each side.

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5 thoughts on “Christmas Crush – Project 15

  1. Karen S

    Ooh so cute, I am going to have to make some of these! Germany does Christmas very well – a lot of the traditions here in Britain come from Germany – Prince Albert who married Queen Victoria (who was herself half German) brought many Germany traditions with him, such as the Christmas Tree and Cards!
    Love todays project – going to dig out my vellum and get cracking! LOL 😉

    1. Susanne Post author

      Hey you. I can always count on you to give me a little bit of info that I did not know. 🙂 I would have to say that I agree with your statement that the German folks are all Christmas experts. My father being Mr. Christmas and all. Lol.

  2. Karen S

    I know, I’m such a know all!?! I am full of useless information – but I am still hopeless at maths! LOL
    I made one of these crackers this afternoon, but I had to make mine a little smaller, as I only had 6×6 vellum, it is so pretty – just got to find some little treats to go in it now.
    Only nipped on here to watch a video – I am trying to make a Christmas ornament to see if I like it or not (can’t make my mind up) but I can’t remember how to glue it together – typical! Got to get it finished before Strictly comes on (you might know it as Dancing with the Stars?) I can’t dance – two left feet and no sense of direction – but I admire those who can, and then Dr Who. Oh the excitement!?! Hope you have a good night tonight. x


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