I had a little bit of a time thinking of what to do with these images since we don't celebrate Christmas with Santa Claus, but I think I came up with some things that represent the traditional Santa Claus image.
First of all, here is a card:
I used my BIC markers to color him: Peach Parfait for the face and Rambuctious Red for the hat. Then I added iridescent glitter to accent the fur on his hat and help it stand out from his white hair and beard.
I used my Large Scallop Circle Nestabilities to accent the image and popped it up on dimensionals.
For the belt, I used a strip of black paper and then used two square punches (1/4" increment) on silver metallic paper to make it look like a belt buckle.
Then I used my Labels 8 Nestabilities to make a package topper with the second image:
I chose to use Faux Flower Soft to accent this guy's fur. Again, I used my BIC markers to color him: Peach Parfait for the face and Rambunctious Red for the hat. I cut him out and glued him to the package topper, then added little red dots to the plain green background paper.
Here's a picture of it attached to the baggie:
For some reason, I don't have any Christmas-colored candies sitting around here, so just use your imagination and picture it with candy inside! :)
I hope you've enjoyed the projects!