Hello friends! I’m excited to share this fun holiday card with you all! This cookie sheet shaped card features the cuties from Sweet Christmas, who have been busy baking up some holiday cheer!

To begin, I stamped the images from Sweet Christmas, colored with Copic markers, and die cut with the Sweet Christmas Dies. Next, I created the cookies using the Star Bright Die. I die cut the stars from kraft cardstock, inked the edges with Vintage Photo Distress ink and splattered some thinned ink with a paintbrush to give the cookies some texture. I then cut smaller stars from white, pink, and mint cardstock and attached them to the brown cookie bases. I added some sprinkles to the cookies using the snow die from the Snow Globe Builder Die. The round jelly filled cookies were created by first die cutting a kraft circle using the Nesting Circle Die. I then placed a star die from the Star Bright Die onto the circle to cut out the center. I inked the circle as I did the star cookies and attached it to a red circle with foam tape, which I covered in a fine prisma glitter. Next, I created the cookie sheet.

First, using the largest Nesting A7 Die, I die cut 2 rectangles from a matte silver cardstock.

Next, I placed a smaller A7 Rectangle Die (third from the largest) onto one of the silver rectangles, taped it down with washi tape, and ran it through my die cut machine to create a frame.

I then attached the frame to the other rectangle with foam tape. I created the handles of the cookie sheet using the base of the Snow Globe Builder Die. I punched a small hole in the center edge of the handles and attached them to the back of the cookie sheet with strong adhesive.

Now that our cookie sheet is made, we can finish up the card! The cookie sentiment was created using the Charlie Large Outline Alpha Die. I die cut the word “BAKED” from white cardstock, then again from kraft cardstock. I inked the kraft letters with Vintage Photo ink and added some paint splatters before layering them inside the white outline die cuts. I arranged the sentiment onto the cookie sheet, attaching the letters with foam tape for dimension.

Next, I arranged the cookies and stamped images onto the cookie sheet and attached them with foam tape. Lastly, I added a white sentiment strip stamped with red ink and attached the cookie sheet to an A7 white card base to complete my card!

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you are inspired to create a fun and unique shaped card! Have a wonderfully crafty day!