Monday, December 10, 2012

Ho Ho Santatizer

Ok...I can't stop myself!!  I'm in full on Christmas crafting mode!!  It's a really good thing this isn't a "video" blog because you would faint dead away if you could see my stamp room right now!  Wow!!  It looks like the North Pole!

I love making fun projects like this one.  Here's one I made after seeing something like it on Pinterest.  It's the perfect way to fight off those creepin' crud germs this time of year and it looks festive to boot...

A little "Ho Ho Santatizer"...


I bought a bottle of regular, old hand sanitizer and covered it with a piece of Real Red card stock.  I cut a 1" wide strip of Whisper White card stock for the "fur" down the front of Santa's coat.  I ran it through the Big Shot with the Fancy Fan Embossing Folder.  I adhered it down the middle of the front.  I then wrapped a 1" wide strip of Basic Black card stock around the middle and adhered it.  I punched out a "belt buckle" from Brushed Silver card stock using the Curly Label Punch. The buckle is adhered right over top of the black belt.  Isn't that cool??

The tag is made by using one of the fun Holiday Ornament Framelits and a scrap of Gumball Green card stock.  It's then embossed with the Northern Flurry Embossing Folder.  I added a little topper to the ornament by punching out another ornament out of the Brushed Silver card stock scraps and adhered it.  I printed out the "Santatizer" label using MDS and Whisper White card stock.  It's punched out with the Modern Label Punch...and, you know me....I just HAD to add a little "BLING"!  The tag is then tied on with a piece of Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine.

I have to say....this would be a great little gift for teacher's, your office pals, school nurses and anyone else who likes to stay germ free and even better...it's CHEAP to make!  Woot!

Now you know what I'm going to say....You can find what you need at my Online Stampin' Shop!  Just CLICK HERE

Alrighty...I'm headed back into Santa's Workshop!  Wish me luck!

Have a magical day,


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