Christmas Baking Mice Die Set Slimline Card

Happy Saturday Crafty friends!
Today I am sharing a cute and festive Christmas themed slimline card I created featuring the adorable Christmas Baking Mice die from this year's amazing Christmas release from Cottage Cutz!
My card is a slimline card and the completed size measures 4 x 9. It is a side folding card with a white cardstock base.  
I started by die cutting all of my pieces in white cardstock. I then proceeded to color the various pieces in with my markers. I wanted to keep my little sweet baking mice close to the color of the packaging. Once all my pieces were colored, I began to assemble them.  on the lighter colored side. So I used shades of gray and light pink-peach for their ears. I used some chalks for their cheeks. I also added some stickles to the tiny chocolate chips in the batter. 
I then proceeded to cut out the largest two dies in white cardstock of the scalloped slimline die set
I then began to adhere my mice and all their little details onto my card base. I did use some pink cardstock for the main mat and also for a mat underneath.

Here is a closer look at the sweet little title. It is from the Baking Spirits Bright die set from last year. I also used some of the cookie pieces form the Sweet As a Christmas Cookie die. I colored them all with my markers. The cookies are a ginger brown and the lettering was read. I did leave the letters of the word spirits on the rolling pin white.

I layered that inner panel onto the larger scallop stitched panel. On the larger panel I added some of that diagonal Christmas plaid paper. Lastly I did add some stickles to the larger star cookie and the tree cookie.

Here is one last look at the completed card. I think this card turned out super cute!

Dies I Used
Christmas Baking Mice

Scallop Stitched Rectangle Slimline Set

Baking Spirits Bright

Sweet As A Christmas Cookie

Here's a look at the entire release. Be sure to head over and grab them while they last!

Well that about covers it for today! Until the next time, have a wonderfully craft-die day!
Melinda Beltran

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