Santa Claus is Coming to Town – Wednesday.

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

This week we’re celebrating Santa and all the fun he brings at Christmastime. We’re giving away one of our Santa On His Way stamps to one lucky commenter on our blog or one of our Design Team blog posts this week! In case you missed Monday’s inspiration or the chance to comment, you can find it here. And, of course, the official rules are always HERE.

Today Santa is flying overhead past a wonderful, coastal lighthouse. His reindeer can use the lovely beams of light to help guide their way. This is another great stamp that just needs a bit of spot color to really fill up a card layer and provide you with a “one and done” holiday greeting. It’s available in both wood mounted and cling rubber and it’s called Lighthouse Christmas.

R306 Lighthouse Christmas Wood Mounted Stamp
R306 Lighthouse Christmas Wood Mounted Stamp

Our in-house Sample Artist, Debi Hammons, made this great sample with this wonderful stamp! Janelle Stollfus colored the image. You can click on the picture to be taken to the instructions on our website.

Lighthouse Christmas by Debi Hammons
Lighthouse Christmas by Debi Hammons and Janelle Stollfus

More of our Design Team Members are sharing today! Check out the great inspiration from these wonderful artists and be sure to leave them some love!

Louise Healy

Lea Fritts

Jamie Martin

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9 thoughts on “Santa Claus is Coming to Town – Wednesday.

  1. Love the shading in the background.
    The light from the lighthouse is
    great. Putting Santa behind
    the lighthouse gives so much
    dimension.
    thanks for sharing.
    Illinois

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  2. Oh my! I would not have thought of masking and inking like Janelle has! What an amazing lighthouse, affording Santa to find his way in the inkiness of night! It’s a darling stamp. Off to see the other designers.

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