We’re so excited to release the FREE SVG of our first line of sticker cards!

The card is actually very basic on the front… just a simple Christmas Tree with no decorations. A band can be added to give a “hint” that something wonderful is inside!

The excitement builds once the recipient opens the card!

The inside sentiment as well as the Christmas tree on the pocket are printed as part of the sticker sheet. The sheet is cut in half so the decorations are just the right size to fit in the pocket.

Did you notice that there are options? An angel and a tree top star are both included on the sticker sheet. Are you a “pickle ornament” family? There is a pickle ornament, and also the tradition explanation on the sticker sheet. It can be added to the back of the card if you like.

Download the Christmas Tree Sticker card today, and watch for our other sticker cards to come out very shortly.

Meet our new pocket pals! We’ve created a boy and girl elf that can be clothing customized using your scrap supply!

Boy and Girl Elf

You might notice the bottom brad hole seems too big on the girl. The problem was actually with the brad, but we edited the SVG to make a smaller hole, along with a few other problems we found.

These two are easy to make, and follow the same basic instruction pattern as our other Pocket Pals.

Our cute little boy has striped socks. We left them as cut out strips, but you could change them to “pen” and draw them on his legs. We added a jewel to his cap that matches the brads that make his buttons and double as holders for the legs and arms that swivel back and forth. A white paint pen was used for the sparkle in his eyes.

Our sweet girl elf wears a dress with brads for buttons that also double as fasteners for her arms and legs. The holy leaves are cut out (included in the SVG) but the holly berries were hand drawn with a red glitter pen that coordinates with her red glitter outfit.

Both elves have arms and legs that swivel back and forth. They could also make great Christmas Tree Ornaments by punching a hole in their cap for a ribbon. The white part of the cap is part of the basic background. You could personalize a name in that area by writing by hand or adding text using DS or your Silhouette program, then attaching the text to the background. Writing with glue and adding glitter would also look great!

Like all Pocket Pals, our elves fit into the pockets of our cards to send as presents. They would work perfectly in our new Christmas Tree & Ornament Card, or our Basic Present Card made with Christmas colors.

Thanks to those who have been patiently waiting for the whirlwind of family and personal issues that have been preventing new cards. We’re settling back into routine, and just in time for Christmas Creation!

This simple-to-assemble tri-panel card turns into the perfect gift-giving card.

The holes in the front panel let the color of the bell shine through, giving the illusion of beautiful ornaments. We used Cricut party foil for the bell.

The greetings on the first two panels as well as the inside sentiment and the border around it are written by your cutting machine using applicable pens.

This card is perfect for sending our new Boy Elf or Girl Elf Pocket Pal. Their moveable hands and feet slide to the side to enable the Elves to fit low enough in the pocket to hide and be a total surprise.

You will love the ease of making this card using plain, patterned, or glitter cardstocks. Perfect for sending gift cards, money or Pocket Pals, download the SVG to start on one today!