Santa’s Train

Here’s the measurements for this beautiful santa’s train.

Front of the train.
Large box with window.

Cut Cardstock 8 1/4″ x 9″

score on 8 1/4″ side
2″ 4″ 6″ 8″

Score on 9″ side
1 1/2″ & 7 1/2″

Medium box

Cut Cardstock at 7 1/2″ x 8 1/4″

Score on the 8 1/4″ side
2″ 4″ 6″ 8″
Score on 7 1/2″ side
1/2″ 2 1/2″ 5″ 7″

Smallest box Cut Cardstock at 6 1/4″ x 4 1/2″

Score on the 6 1/4″ side
1 1/2″ 3″ 4 1/2″ 6
Score on 4 1/2″ side
1 1/2″ 3″

Bottom of train and trailers

Cut 3 x Cardstock at 5″ x 5 7/8″

Score on the 5 7/8″
2″ 2 1/2″ 4 1/2″ 5″
Score on the 5″ side
1/2″ 4 1/2″

Trailers Cut 2 x Cardstock at 8″ x 8″

Use envelope punch board. (watch you tube video)

Cardstock for inside trailer

Cut 2 x Cardstock at 1 7/8″ x 3 7/8″

Stamp out the images from the cookie cutter stamp set and coloured cardstock of your choice and punch them out with the coordinating punch. you will need a santa, gingerbread man, bear.

Then stamp out a reindeer for the driver of the train and loads of presents from the santa’s sleigh stamp set, Cut these images out with the matching framelits.

Then make two bows to decorate the train with the bow builder punch.

To make the wheels you need to punch out 12 circles out of brown Cardstock using the    1 1/2″ circle punch, then punch another 12 circles out of the candy cane Lane paper with 1″ circle punch. add dimensional to the 1″ circles and stick them on the brown circles and then add all the wheels to the train.


Vicky x


Cookie cutter stamp set and punch

Santa’s sleigh and Framelits bundle

Bow builder punch                                 

Candy cane lane designer series paper

Wink of stella                                           

1″ circle punch                                         

1 1/2″ circle punch                                 

Envelope punch board                         

Memento tuxedo black ink pad         



  1. Hi Victoria, thank you so much for sharing your projects with us. I am a hobby demo from Melbourne, Australia and love to try all different techniques. It makes things easier for us when we have all the dimensions. And by the way, I think your new blog looks super. Can’t wait for more of your projects. Cheers.


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