Every year my family does Secret Santa for us adults even though we still act like a bunch of kids. Every year I make Secret Santa cards or lists that we will out and then place them in a bowl to chose. Over the years it has ranged from simple pint outs to elaborate cards. It is at family tradition that we love too do and even better when we cam include gag gifts. We have a total to start with and we can go above as we wish. One year my brother cashed $100 for Pennis at the bank and my sister received a very heavy box full of pennies that year. It weighed many pounds.
This year I made Wish lists in the form of Post Cards and cute little holder with La-La Land Crafts goodies.
I used the New Christmas Postcard Background Stamp Set too create the wish list cards and stamped them with the Santa from the Dear Santa Clear Stamp Set along with the “Dear Santa” sentiment to start your wish list. The Card holder is made with the Suitcase Box Die Set but I just tucked in one of the sides top create the opening. The base is made with the Scalloped Rectangles Die Set so it doesn’t fall over.
I used the New Christmas Hodgepodge Paper Pack for the card holder and the New Little Merry Christmas Paper Pack and die cut with the center frame from the Suitcase Box Die Set for the scene on the front. The New Chimney Die is perfect for the Santa to hop on in. All of my images are colored with Copic Sketch Markers. Check out all of the other Design Team for more inspiration and heard over to La-La Land Crafts store to pick up these craft goodies.
Products used on this project:
Dear Santa Clear Stamp Set
Christmas Hodgepodge Paper Pack
Little Merry Christmas Paper Pack
Chimney Die Set
Christmas Postcard Background Stamp Set
Scalloped Rectangles Die Set
Suitcase Box Die Set
Copic Sketch Markers used on this project:
Santa: E000, E00, E01, R30, W0, W1, W2
Santa’s Clothes: R24, R27, R29, W0, W1, W2, T8
Bag & Gifts: R24, R27, R29, YG03, YG17, YG67, White Gel Pen
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