AMuse Studio makes a terrific die in the shape of a mitten that is 4 by 5.5 inches, and deep enough that you can cut a shaped folded card with it. My AMuse hostess club decided to do a mitten swap, and this is what I made.
AMuse Studio product). My highlight is my poinsettia, using punched flower-making skills I demoed earlier this year at a shoebox swap. The end result is a mitten that is distinctly me, but not overdone (I think).
About the flocking - flocking works best with a dry adhesive. I was stumped on what to use, when I remembered that I had accidentally ruined a full sheet of mailing labels this morning (I only needed to print one, but it printed the whole page). I found that I could adhere the flocking to the sticky side of the labels, then cut the labels to fit the cuff of the mitten.
Creative Craft Challenges - minimalistic
Hooked on Craft - diecut
Karen's Doodles - anything but a card
My Partner in Crafting Crime - recycle (mailing labels)
Totally Gorjuss - Christmas Traditions