Thursday, December 6, 2012

Candy Sleigh

Today the Stampendous Design Team ladies are playing along with the 
Do You Stack Up Blog Challenge. The current challenge is 
 Gold and Silver.
 It's my day to post on the Die Cuts Diva Blog today also so I decided to combine the challenges and create this fun Sleigh!

 I started with a die cut 3D Sleigh from Creative Cuts and More cut out of Bazzill Date Swirl cardstock.  I stamped the entire sleigh with Poinsettia Background using VersaMark ink and then I heat embossed with Detail Silver Embossing Powder.
I covered the "blades" with VersaMark ink and embossed them with silver EP too.

The sleigh was put together with killer white Tacky Tape.

I colored Tree Trim Kiddos with Spectrum Noir Markers and then fussy cut the Kiddos out and adhered them to the sleigh.

And...I added Detail Gold Embossing Powder to the boy's hat and more Detail Silver to the girls hat too!

  I adhered Shaved Ice fragments to the bottom of the sleight to create "snow".

Then I filled it up with candies.  This would look great on your table or would make a fun gift!

We're playing along today with the Do You Stack Up Challenge Blog and their theme of Silver And Gold. 
We sent them some of our Aged Silver and Aged Gold Embossing Enamels to play with, can't wait to see what they do with it! 
Playing from our Design Team are


8 comments: said...

Love your adorable little elves and that you used both silver and gold!

Migdalia said...

This is just too CUTE!!TFS

Pauline said...

This is wonderful, what a sweet little candy pouch!
Thanks for joining us at DYSU this week!

Asia King (aka Joanna K) said...

Oh my goodness, this is such a sweet project! Quite literally lol :) Love the elves and everything!

Mary Ann said...

Super cute treat box...

Helen Berry said...

Kristine this is absolutely adorable - what a cute little sleigh and those elves look so sweet! Thanks so much for joining us at DYSU this week!

Alli said...

This is too cute!

Words and Pictures said...

How cute is that?! And candy into the bargain... !! Thanks for the inspiration over at DYSU.
Alison x