Thursday, October 30, 2008

Scallop Circle Punch Santa

Ho! Ho! Ho! Isn't he just cute! Hey there, sorry I haven't posted in awhile, but there has not been much time for stampin'. We are still in the fields! But I think we can finally see the end of the tunnel. Just two more fields of corn and double crop beans and we are done!!! at least for awhile. I was on SCS last night and was looking at some of the Santas people were making with punches so here is my version. Check out my gallery to see what you need to make him.http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1111466?cat=500&ppuser=44905

12 comments:

jazzystamper said...

There is just so many things you can do with punches their great arent they. I love your little Santy!

TiStampsUp said...

Hope to see you out of the fields soon!

Very cute Santa!

Stephanie said...

this santa is too cute!

TiStampsUp said...

I'm never finished with over time!

I think next month is my last month. I'll start working new hours, get a big pay bump, and be finished with over time. I hope. *crosses fingers*

But I'm greedy...so who knows?

Burninrubber said...

Adorable! I bet you could make the peppermint patty one's like the spiders - now I'm going to have to try!

Amy J

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Great idea! Mine was totally different! Yours is cute!

June said...

This little Santa turned out so cute! Very ingenious! Love it!!

carolyn mcdonell said...

your santa is the cutest thing! can't wait to try it

Tiffany Bauer said...

He is too stinkin' cute!!!

Catrules said...

Cute santa! I just love it!

SCS SU #4 Blogger

Lisa Page said...

He is cute! Hope everything went well in the fields- it's such hard work, I know. I think these punched Santas would be so cute on a scrapbook page of kids at Christmas and on Christmas party favors! TFS!

Stephanie said...

The santa is great! I can understand why you have had so many hits on your page about this!