Christmas Cookie Card And Scan & Cut Demo!

Hi friends! Why not make up a batch of Christmas cards featuring a batch of gingerbread cookies?


This is a one stamp wonder project and a lot of fun! Watch the video to see how I made it. The video also features a demo of my Scan ‘n Cut machine. I have felt badly that I haven’t gotten a tutorial up for you on that machine yet but honestly I am a novice with it, I seriously just use it to “scan & cut” and it does that easy as pie!


This video is sponsored by Rubber Stamp Tapestry Use coupon code: COOKIES to save 20% on all peg stamp & peg stamp set orders of $10 or more! Offer expires Sunday, October 16, 2016.

This is a one stamp wonder card using the jumbo gingerbread man from Rubber Stamp Tapestry.
You can get him on his own or as a part of Old Fashioned Gingerbread peg stamp set and it coordinates with the Gingerbread Wreath set which has the same design in smaller sizes.
There are no repeats from set to set but most stamp are available individually if you just want one:)

Other Supplies:
White, silver and tan cardstock
Plaid scrapbook paper
Dies or paper trimmer

Feel free to hand cut the cookies with scissors, it will work out just fine. I hope you find some crafty time this weekend and til next time happy crafting!

10 thoughts on “Christmas Cookie Card And Scan & Cut Demo!

  1. Please dont change anything about your videos i always look forward to them. As always thanks for the great video.


  2. Just got the ScanNCut and love how easy you made it look to scan and cut the cookies! Definitely itching to use this feature and all the other fun features!
    LOVE the paper “thread” idea! GENIUS! Your card is so cute and I really love the close cut cookies over the bordered ones! TFS!


  3. Yep I like the border, and that was a good idea with the silver cardstock. Thanks for the scan n cut video. my biggest complaint is the pages not staying sticky. And they are expensive


  4. Hi Lindsey, Thank-you for that awesome video. I love your comments and insight so just keep talking 😊 Also, thank-you for the scan and cut demo. I think it’s such a great idea and would save in the cost and storing of the die stamp sets, but I just didn’t know if it was a quality machine. I completely trust your judgement and appreciate your opinion. Sincerely, Amber


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