Santa's Sweets SVG Kit

Enjoy creating special handmade gifts to give small things and treats this Christmas and Winter! Create the Candy Cane House to hold 12 candy canes as a cute display at home, or at the office, or as a gift! Gift pretty treats in our plain and simple Treat Box to show them off with pretty papers (not just for Christmas)! Our Gingerbread Man Box is cute as a button and will enhance whatever little treats you'd like to give someone. The Mason Jar Snowman shows off what's inside, while looking super adorable and festive (makes a cute gift all Winter long)! Give something special in the Mitten Box which features a lovely design, including real stitching.

$6.99

Dimensions

Candy Cane House - 5.8" wide, six inches high and five inches deep, Gingerbread Man Box - 5.2" tall, 6.5" wide and 1.5" deep (when standing), Mason Jar Snowman - the finished head measures 3x3x3" and fits on a pint-sized mason/ball jar (purchased at Jo-Ann, but widely available). Mitten Box - four inches wide, 5.5" high and 1.3" deep. Treat Box - four inches wide, four inches high and two inches deep (when standing).

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Compatibility

SCAL2, SCAL3, ECAL, MTC, Silhouette Studio Designer Edition and Cricut Design Space. Each project contains pieces that are too large for 12x6 and 8.5 x 11 mats. compatibility

Assembly Tutorial

Paper Collection

Cozy Christmas by Simple Stories. The Candy Cane House holds 12 standard-sized candy canes (widely available) and the icing ìdots" on both sides of the house were created using a cream-colored ìPaper-Pen" by Viva Decor. The eyes, nose and buttons on the Gingerbread Man Box are enamel dots from Simple Stories (similar enamel dots are available from a wide variety of brands. The Mason Jar Snowman's arms were created using two 18" pieces of Cloth Stem Wire from the floral section of the craft store. Plain wire or chenille stems could also work! A mostly white-colored treat inside looks nice, such as anything peppermint, like the white chocolate and peppermint-covered pretzels shown here. For the Mitten Box, I used a ìtapestry needle" (because it has a large eye) to thread bakers twine into the criss-cross designs you see on the mitten.


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 17 December, 2014.