The Happy Scraps: Santa's Cookie Plate

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12.22.2013

Santa's Cookie Plate

Do you have a fun plate that you use to put Santa's Cookies on? I made this plate last year, in no time flat and I'm so happy that I did!  It is really simple, let me walk you through how to do it.

I designed the vinyl in Cricut Craft Room.  You will need the Teresa Collins - December 25th, Close to my Heart - Artiste (must be purchased through a Close to my Heart consultant), Christmas Cheer, and Cindy Loo cartridges. You can download the cut file here.
Once you have your vinyl cut out, you are ready to put it on your plate.  I just used a simple green charger.
I think Santa will be pretty excited to see the cookies and milk out on this plate again this year!
Do you have a Santa Cookie Plate?  I would love to have you share a picture of it over on The Happy Scraps FB page.
I hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and holiday season.  I'll be taking the next couple of weeks off to spend time with my family, but I'll back in January.  Also, I just want to add, thank you to all of you who read this blog.  When I started it 5 1/2 years ago, I couldn't have imagined it would ever be what it is today, and the fact that people even want to see and actually like the projects that I share, is humbling to me, so Thank you!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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1 comment:

  1. This looks great! But my concern is that the plate is not food safe. How did you finish it off to make "food safe"?

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