I loved my little Rudolph candy bar wrapper so much, that I decided to make a few more varieties. You can see the Rudolph tutorial here:http://bethrush-bethspapercuts.blogspot.com/2011/10/Rudolph.html I used my paper punches to make the pieces. The snowman is just circles, the square punch, and the tip of the pennant punch, so I wont bother to show step by step for him. The Santa is a little harder to see what its made of, so I decided to show the steps to make him. I started by wrapping the candy bar in Cherry Cobbler Designer Series Paper.
The dimensions of this are 3 by 8, but that works only for this type of candy bar, you will have to measure your own for this step. I used Sticky Strip to glue it together, and on the ends to keep them closed, too. Next I punched out all my shapes. The beard is made from the Ornament punch, the mustache from the Bird Builder Punch. The face is made up of an oval in Blushing Bride, as well as a a Blushing Bride circle and two Basic Black eyes. The hat is made with a scallop oval in white, a large oval in Cherry Cobbler, and another white poof ball made from the Boho Blossom punch.
Put all the pieces together and you have a very cute Santa face. The tag was made from the Punch Pals stamp set, as well as the two different tag punches, layered on top of each other. I used the Cherry Cobbler bakers twine to tie the tag onto the candy bar. One of the great things about Stampin' Up is that all of the products work together to make quick, easy, and very cute projects!
Stampin' Up Punches are my some of my favorite things! Love them all! If you don't have the punches needed to make these projects, click on my shop now button and pick some up today!