On today's "Silhouette Sunday," I made my first Christmas card with the Silhouette Cameo.
The card is 5 1/2"x4 1/4." I used white card stock for the base, then cut some holly printed paper at 5 3/8"x4 1/8." The holly paper is a piece of open stock paper that I picked up at JoAnn's a while back and I don't know who makes it. I then used the Silhouette Cameo to cut the label. The cut file is called "4 Halloween labels" and is by Lori Whitlock (#33847). I used just one label, the one that is purple when you see it in the Silhouette Store. I sized it to fit my Santa face, which means it is 5.260"x3.850," when all assembled. The piece of green polka dot card stock is from some DCWV Christmas stack, I just don't know which one anymore.
The Santa face is also cut by my Silhouette. It's cut file is "Santa treat topper" and is also by Lori Whitlock (#35075). It is actually meant to be cut and the back part folded over a treat bag, I just didn't fold it and placed it on a card instead. When he is all assembled, he is 3.67"x3.53." I ran the beard and mustache through the Cuttlebug with the D'vine Swirls embossing folder and the white hat band with the Snowflakes embossing folder. I adhered the mustache and the ball of the hat with pop-dots and I used black pearls for his eyes. The holly berries have a little white gel pen accent and are covered in glossy accents. I finished off the front of the card with two dark red gems on either side of the label.
I also finished the inside of the card, this is also where I put my sentiment. The green card stock is cut at 5 3/8"x4 1/8." I used the same label cut, in the same size, as I did on the front. This time the shadow part is in red and the smaller inside is in white. I then used a stamp from Fiskars for my sentiment.