Be Jolly Santa Framed Art & Day 6 Giveaway!

Oct 29, 2021 | Gallery, More Bee Creative Tutorials | 13 comments

Wall Art with Be Jolly Santa by Stampin' Up!

In my Facebook Live on Thursday of this week, I created a darling Santa Framed Art featuring the Be Jolly Stamp Set! This is a tiny frame – just 3 inches square – and is perfect for sitting on a desk, windowsill or a collection of Christmas items to create a vignette!  And again, I wanted to show that Santa doesn’t always need to be in a red suit!   This Jolly Santa for today is sporting a special coat of our Snowy White Velvet Sheets!  Wish you could touch it – it’s like real velvet – so soft and pretty!

You can click below to watch how this goes together!  It’s actually pretty easy – you will need your Paper Snips – for just a bit of fussy cutting!

Laura Milligan YouTube Thumbnail Be Jolly Wall Art for Holiday

I stamped the Santa stamp on the Snowy White Velvet Sheet with Early Espresso ink – then set it aside for a minute or two to give the ink a chance to set.   While I was waiting for that to dry, I stamped another Santa with Early Espresso ink – this time onto a piece of Basic White cardstock.  I added some color to his face and beard with Stampin’ Blends – Petal Pink – Light and Dark, Smoky Slate – Light.  I also used my Color Lifter to soften the color I added to Santa’s beard a bit.

Wall Art - Be Jolly - Laura Milligan Id Rather Bee Stampin' Facebook Live

I then took the stamped Velvet piece and added some color to Santa’s belt with a Light Crumb Cake Blend. Then the Fussy Cutting began – I started by cutting out the Velvet Santa –  I cut his suit and face as one piece,  and then his hat – cutting around his eyebrows.  Next I cut his face and beard from the Basic White Cardstock panel.  You can “see” how I did this in the video above!

Create this adorable wall art with the Be Jolly Stamp Set by Stampin' Up! Create along with Laura Milligan during a Facebook Live Replay

Isn’t he just the cutest? I love this jolly little guy!

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13 Comments

  1. Nancy Boyd

    My Halloween costume would be that of a black panther with spooky gold eyes and a very long tail! 😉

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  2. Colleen M Severyn

    Hardest question of the week! My Halloween costume would have to be something comfortable. I’ll say a witch with a pointy nose (with a wart of course) and long “arthritic” fingernails.

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  3. Ruth

    My Halloween costume would be dressed in a 1920’s flapper costume and hair style. Of course having the flapper style and grace would be welcomed too, lol.

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  4. Terri

    We do not carve pumpkins.

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  5. Barbara Dykhouse

    My Halloween costume would be a black cat. When CATS was on Broadway, I dressed in black, with a long black tail and a headband with black ears. Then I did makeup to give me a car face. It was so much fun to see people’s reactions!

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    • Laura Milligan

      I love this Barbara! Adorable!!!

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  6. Ann Marie Weir

    I love the Santa framed art! It is adorable!

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  7. Ann Marie Weir

    Hmmm! That’s a tough question! I love Halloween and decorating the house but I don’t really like dressing up.

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  8. AnnMarie Hall

    you’re asking a tough question this time! I’d go with something cozy and pajama-like….

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