Saturday, December 3, 2016

St Nicholas Santa Sleigh Candy Dish by Pam Bray




Hi Pam here today on the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Blog! Are you enjoying all the fabulous Christmas and holiday projects that the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Design Team has been sharing! Today I am sharing my St Nicholas Santa Sleigh Candy Dish using the Santa Sleigh Chipboard and Christmas Shapes.


I began by first tracing the sleigh shapes on to my designer paper with a pencil. Fussy cut out trace image. (I use my Xyron Creative Station to apply my adhesive on my paper but any adhesive will work.) Apply adhesive to paper cuts and place on chipboard.


Mask off the pattern paper with post-it notes to protect paper. Apply Boss Gloss to sleigh runners and apply embossing powder. Heat set. Repeat for other prepared sleigh.


Continue using Boss Gloss and embossing powder to emboss sleigh runners chipboard outline pieces. Form sleigh and adhere prepared runners to the sides.


Cover Christmas Shapes with pattern paper; adhere to side of prepared sleigh.  Add bow, chipboard and charm to side.


Add metal door pull and bow to front of sleigh.


Add chipboard piece to back of sleigh and fill with your favorite candy.


I hope I have inspired you to grab some Christmas paper and Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Chipboard to create a wonderful candy dish or other home decor for you or for a gift.


by Barbara Rankin

Thanks for stopping by the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Blog today and if you missed out on Barbara Table Decoration using the Santa Sleigh make sure to check it out HERE!!! Remember to check out all the fabulous products in the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Store along with other inspiring projects from the team. Hugs Pam


Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Supplies

Other Supplies
Graphic 45 St Nicholas Paper Pad and Chipboard
Graphic 45 Door Pull
Xyron Creative Station
Stampendous Boss Gloss
Emerald Creek Embossing Powder: 4th of July and Weathered Wood
Emerald Creek Supplies Snowflake Charm
Red Gingham Ribbon
Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Glossy Accent
Pop Dots

1 comment:

  1. Pam, this is such a fabulous idea! And beautiful too!!

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