The stockings were hung by the chimney with care~

in hopes that Saint Nick soon will be there.

I’m participating in a Secret Stocking Stuffer Swap on the Cricut Circle Message Board.

Yippee!!

The box from my partner has been sitting under my desk at work for several days now just taunting me.

It keeps telling me to open it. Silly box.

Luckily opening day is this week because, I’m not sure how much longer I can hold out without peeking.

We had one person who was not able to get a box out, so several of us are chipping in to make sure no one goes without.

And what better paper to use for a stocking swap, than the stocking paper found in DCWV’s The Crafty Christmas Stack.

My card~

Stocking-Front

The inside~

Stocking-Inside

I love this stack for it’s fun images, bright colors and most of all the kraft paper.

My stocking looks exactly like the ones featured on the paper.

And there just might be a peppermint or two in it as well.

I used~
DCWV The Crafty Christmas Stack from Michaels
Papertrey Ink Twine, Martha Stewart Button Stamp

4 thoughts on “The stockings were hung by the chimney with care~

  1. Beautiful card – I may have to plan a trip to Michaels today, (nearest one is over 30 miles – ugh!). Can you tell me how many of those cards you would be able to make with one of the Christmas Stack kits? Thanks in advance….
    Melinda Strange
    Huntsville, TX

    • Thank you Melinda!

      I used the 12×12 stack, so the possiblities are endless.

      I believe my card measures 5″ height x 5.5″ width. There are two sheets of each print in the stack. So, I’m thinking you could make four similar cards.

      And with all the other images and prints you could easily make all your cards from the stack. But if you’re like me, you’ll pick up two just to be safe! 😉

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