Today’s card is made with some of my favorite things 🙂 I started with some colors that I love: Melon Mambo and Mint Macaron. They aren’t really Christmas colors are they? But it’s interesting that they look so nice together.
Start with a Whisper White card base cut at 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″. A piece of the Subtles Designer Series Paper in Mint Macaron was cut at 4″ x 5-1/4″ and placed on the card base. On Melon Mambo card stock, stamp three trees from the Perfectly Plaid stamp set in Versamark Ink. Cover with White Stampin’ Emboss Powder and heat with the Heat Tool. Punch out the embossed trees with the coordinating Pine Tree Punch, and adhere onto the Mint Macaron piece as shown above.
This is such a great bundle! Stamp the sentiment on a scrap piece of Whisper White card stock using Melon Mambo ink. Fussy cut the sentiment very close to the stamped image. Cut the stitched label from Whisper White card stock using the Stitched Labels Dies.
Some Rose Metallic Thread was added under the stitched label using the technique described in the video below. Metallic Thread is easy to use once you get the hang of it 🙂
Adhere the sentiment on top of the stitched label and your’ done! Enjoy making these fun Christmas cards!
Today’s card is a clean and simple Christmas card. This is an easy card with a WOW punch 🙂 It is created with the Cup of Christmas stamp set, and you can easily create lots of these cards!
A few stamps and an embossed sentiment, and it’s done! This card starts with an 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ Whisper White card base. Stamp a 3-3/4″ x 5″ piece of Whisper White card stock twice with the poinsettia stamp and Melon Mambo in. Stamp several small branches between the poinsettias in Mossy Meadow ink.
Stamp the sentiment in VersaMark ink on a scrap piece of Melon Mambo ink. Dust with White Stampin’ Emboss Powder and heat with the Heat Gun. Trim closely around the dry sentiment using Paper Snips. Adhere the sentiment as shown using Stampin’ Dimensionals. Add three Noble Peacock Rhinestones around the sentiment as shown.
Clean and simple cards are wonderful for use during the Christmas season.You can create lots of cards in a short amount of time, which is everyone’s goal for the Christmas season, right?
Thank you so much for stopping by today! I’d love to hear about YOUR clean and simple cards!
The Christmastime is Here Suite is SO versatile! Why? Because you can order any of the products in the suite separately! That means that if you only want the gorgeous Designer Series Paper, order it! But I will tell you that the entire suit is beautiful 🙂
To create today’s tags, start with a piece of Mossy Meadow card stock cut at 4-1/2″ x 2,” and punched at the top with the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch. Cut a 3-1/4″ x 2″ piece of the green patterned Christmastime is Here Designer Series Paper and adhere to the tag as shown. Cut a piece of Lovely Lipstick Grosgrain Ribbon 2″ long and adhere with Multipurpose Glue above the designer series paper.
The opposite side of the green designer series paper is clusters of roses. Fussy cut a small rose with leaves attached, set aside. Using the Leaf Punch, punch two clusters of leaves from Soft Sea Foam card stock. Using a bone folder, by hand score down the center of each leaf. Fold each leaf in half lengthwise along the score line. Sponge each leaf with some Golden Glitz Delicata Ink. Punch one cluster of leaves from Gold Foil. Using the Sprig Punch, punch two sprigs from Mossy Meadow card stock. Set aside.
Using the edge die from the Roses Dies, cut an edge piece from Gold Foil. Adhere the gold edge piece on the left side of the tag with Multipurpose Glue as shown. Adhere the leaves with Multipurpose Glue from the bottom up as shown, alternating and layering one on the other. After the glue has dried, adhere the rose using a Stampin’ Dimensional. Add a few Gold Glitter Enamel Dots for bling. Thread some Gold Shimmer Ribbon through the hole in the top of the tag, and tie a bow of Lovely Lipstick Grosgrain Ribbon around the Gold Shimmer Ribbon as shown.
Here are the different items in the Christmastime is Here Suite:
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Do you need an easy holiday card? Well this is it! I like it because it doesn’t look easy at all, in fact, it looks striking in Real Red and Whisper White. Candy cane colors, right? The video below will demonstrate how YOU can make this card!
Here’s the Frosted Foliage Bundle that you will need to create this card:
The sentiment is stamped in Versamark ink and heat embossed with White Stampin’ Emboss Powder. The color combination coordinates beautifully with the rest of the card.
This particular “frame” die is really versatile. You could easily adhere a small photo to the front of it. That would make a very special holiday card!!
Thank you so much for stopping by today! Hope you’re getting some good ideas for your own cards!
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Surprisingly, the designer series paper used here is the Dinoroar dsp. There are dinosaurs one one side of this paper 🙂 but the back side is a wonderful mix of leaves and berries ~ so nice for a holiday card!
The Lovely Lipstick card base is topped with two 3-3/4″ x 5″ pieces of paper set at angles. One piece is Old Olive card stock, and the other is Dinoroar Designer Series Paper.
A Shimmery White Stitched Label Die was was watercolored with Lovely Lipstick ink and an Aqua Painter.This makes a nice background for the sentiment and a few leaves. Behind the label some Lovely Lipstick Grosgrain Ribbon was folded back and forth and adhered to the back of the label with Stampin’ Dimensionals. A piece of Vellum was cut using the Layering Circles Dies and tucked behind the label.
The front of the label was topped with the “comfort & joy” sentiment from the Cups of Christmas stamp set! The stamp was heat embossed in Whisper White embossing powder and then fussy cut with Paper Snips. A few leaves were cut using the Christmas Cardinal Dies.
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Advent is the season before Christmas, specifically, the four Sundays before Christmas. I’ve discovered that it’s nice to keep an Advent Journal, or a record of prayers and thoughts during the Advent season. This year I decided to create my own journal using the Stampin’ Up! Pressed Petals Journal.
A layer of Shimmery White card stock was stamped with the crown stamp from the Wish for it All stamp set using Pretty Peacock ink, and then watercolored using an Aqua Painter to spread the ink. After this piece was completely dry, it was adhered to the cover of the Pressed Petal Journal. The All Around Wreath Dies were used to cut two wreaths, one from Gold Foil and one from Pretty Peacock card stock; then they were adhered to the watercolored piece, offsetting one from another. A piece of Gold Foil was stamped with the crown stamp in Versamark ink, and then sprinkled with Gold Embossing Powder and heated. It was then cut out with the Doily Wishes Dies.
A few leaves were cut from Gold Glimmer Paper using the Flourish Dies. These are some of my favorite leaf dies 🙂 The leaves were adhered to the lower right side of the wreaths with Multipurpose Glue, and the crown was adhered on the left side using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
The sentiment is from an older retired set in my personal collection. It was gold heat embossed on a piece of Pretty Peacock card stock and then cut with a banner die from the Doily Wishes Dies and sponged with some Golden Glitz Delicata ink. A piece of Old Olive/Pretty Peacock Reversible Ribbon was wrapped around the cover of the journal and tied in a bow.
I’m really looking forward to using my journal over the Advent season! Why don’t you make one too? Send me a picture of your journal, I’d love to see what you create!!