An easy, elegant card to mass produce for your Christmas cards…
It seems there are two camps when it comes to Christmas card senders…
those who have them done by October 1st
and those who are finishing them on December 21st…
Where are you on the time line?
Well, if you still need to get some done…this is an easy and quick one to do!
The gorgeous Brightly Gleaming Designer Series Paper with copper accents creates an elegant backdrop
and stamped ornaments are quickly punched out with Gleaming Ornaments Punch Pack- even from the Designer Series Paper!
The Very Vanilla squares the ornaments are set on are 2-3/4″ and the colored cardstock borders are 3″ squares.
The DSP is 1-3/4″ x 5-1/2″ and the Copper Foil is 2″ x 5-1/2. You can punch your sprigs out of the foil before you cover it with DSP:)
Got scraps of beautiful paper?
I did…and I saw a Stampin’ Up Toile Tidings Designer Series Paper quilt!
I used the trees from the Rustic Retreat Stamp Set for the Garden Green squares.
I thought cozy sentiment from the Merry Moose Stamp Set went well with a quilt:)
I used the smallest Stitched Shapes square to make the quilt. It fit width wise nicely inside the largest Stitched Rectangle Die but was a bit short of the length so I did this (below in pic) on the card and filled in the space with the sentiment. I cut down the sentiment rectangle a little bit, too. Remember that the largest Rectangle Die fits better on a card that is 4-1/8″ x 5-1/2″.
I finally made one! I have been seeing these HOME decor frames all over Pinterest for years!
I wanted a fun activity to do with my stamping girls, and this is what we did last weekend!
We die cut H-M-E out of Basic Black cardstock and adhered it to black fun foam letters cut out with the retired Large Letters Dies.
We then adhered them in a shadow box frame over a 5″ x 7″ Crumb Cake panel embossed with the Pinewood Planks Folder.
These would be so fun to do with a craft class or make at a Girl’s Night Out or In!
They also make wonderful gifts especially for the crafty friends in your life!
We traveled through 12 stations making a “O” for each month of the year. The oval is 1-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ with the next size up scallop.
As you can see in the white frame, we made a cat oval for October as well as the oval with leaves.
The possibilities are endless with all the stamps and dies we have!