Santa pull-tab card

Yesterday I uploaded a little video on my YouTube channel on how to stamp Santa in the chimney. Before falling asleep I got the idea to make a pull-tab card out of it. And it turned out so great. It works really well. I didn’t film everything, because I didn’t want the video to be too long, but now you can see how the card is put together.

What you don’t see on camera because I colored everything beforehand, is that I put glossy accents on the Christmas ornaments and on the clock. That gives a really nice dimension and shine to them.

The story behind this card:
Outside it is snowing. The family that lives here left a candle burning and put milk, cookies and a note on the mantle for Santa Claus. While everyone is asleep (even the dog), Santa comes in really quietly and places gifts under the tree. He leaves as quietly as he entered and completely forgot to eat a cookie and drink the milk! Oh well…

Materials used:
– Lawn Fawn Ho-Ho-Holidays stamps and dies
– Lawn Fawn Christmas Dreams stamps and dies
– Lawn Fawn Everyday Sentiment Banners
– Lawn Fawn Outside In Stitched Rectangle Stackables (largest)
– Lawn Fawn knock on wood petite light brown
– Lawn Fawn spiffy speckles petite seafoam
– White cardstock for back panel, pull-tab parts, window frame and for the strip of white
– Dark blue cardstock for night sky
– Acetate for window
– Lawn Fawn peacock cardstock for base
– Copic sketch markers to color everything
– White gel pen
– Memento Tuxedo Black ink
– Wow! embossing pad: clear ultra slow drying
– Wow! embossing powder Wanderlust WS158R
– Nuvo Aqua Shimmer Glitter Gloss
– Foam tape
– Liquid glue and a tape runner
– Glossy accents