Holiday Sign

sleigh all day holiday sign

This funny holiday sign will make you smile every time you see it!

Have you seen all the cute Christmas puns on t-shirts, cards, and home decor? I think they’re so clever! Here are my top five favorite, in no particular order:

  • Grinch Don’t Steal My Vibe
  • Gangsta Wrapper
  • Let’s Get Lit
  • Check Your Elf Before You Wreck Your Elf
  • Sleigh All Day

So funny! I made this using Little Birdie embellishments and glitter letters. It’s fun AND festive.

Here’s what you’ll need:


Step One:

Figure out what you want your sign to say, and make sure you have enough letters to spell it all out! I had to get a little creative as you can see here, because I only used two sets of alphabets (and I apparently misplaced one of the As!) The letters are glittery foam, so they were easy to trim and shape to construct the two letters I was missing. An upside down T and a V became an L and an A, just like that!

Step Two:

Paint your sign in a color of your choice. I like the black because it goes well with the glittery elements I was using, plus I just like the classic chalkboard look. I did a couple of coats and then let it dry completely.

Step Three:

Arrange letters and flowers to your liking! When you figure out how you want them laid out, a tiny dab of hot glue holds each in place beautifully. The letters actually are self-stick with a peel-off backing, so no glue required for them.

Here’s how it turned out!


Jolly holidays!



Gorgeous Holiday Card

wonderful holiday card

Hello, Friends!! Design Team Member Mitsyana Wright here! Christmas is just around the corner and I have another gorgeous holiday card project for all you last minute card makers!


Here’s What You’ll Need:

Step 1:

Gather your Supplies.

Step 2:

To create the standard A7 sized card base, I cut a piece of gray cardstock to measure 7″ x 10″. Creased it at the 5″ mark and folded it so that the folded card measured 5″x 7″.

Step 3:

For the card front, using my Xyron Mega Runner, I layered a 5″x 7″ piece of patterned paper over the card base then layered onto it a 6.75″x 4.75″ mat made from cream colored cardstock and then another mat measuring 6.5″ x 4.5″.

Step 4:

I die cut assorted tree stem and berry stems from Grey, Black, and Cream colored cardstock.

I used 4 gray pine needle stems, 2 black pine needle stems, and 4 cream colored berry stems. then set them aside.

Step 5:

I adhered the largest Chipboard Berry Circle with liquid glue to my card front. Then adhered the 4 gray pine needle die cuts next, then the 2 black pine needles next, then lastly the 4 cream berry stems.

Step 6:

With more glue, I attached one large and 2 small flowers from the Chrissy 4pc Holiday Elements set over the stemmed die cuts, just slightly overlapping the right-hand side of the wreath. Then, finally,  I attached the “WISHING YOU & YOUR FAMILY A WONDERFUL HOLIDAY SEASON” sticker from the Happy Holiday With Love 6pc Holiday Elements set in the center of the chipboard wreath.

And here is my finished gorgeous holiday card…

I hope you enjoyed this beautiful holiday card for today and are inspired to create your own!

Thanks for stopping by and HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!!

~ Mitsyana Wright