This Evergreen stamp Set is so versatile and I love the Silent Night poem that you can use by itself or over a stamped tree image.
- I used the Labels Framelits dies on the DSP and the Cherry Cobbler card stock. It frames out the tree nicely.
- I dry embossed the Cherry Cobbler with the Perfect Polka Dots Folder.
- The Glimmer Paper can be colored with any of the inks to give you the perfect color. Here the star is a perfect shade of gold. I finished it off with the shimmery gold ribbon.
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Card Stock: Very Vanilla (101650), Cherry Cobbler (119685), Gumball Green(126840)
DSP: Festival of Prints (126904)
Stamp Set: Evergreen (127973)
Labels Framelits (125598), Perfect Polka Dots folder (117335), Glimmer Paper (114320)
Ink: Gumball Green (126861)
Snail Adhesive (104332), Dimensionals (104430
If you have a large Christmas card list this is a super easy and quick card to make. I adore the snow flakes.
- This is a standard 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 card and I used the stamp set Snowflake Soiree.
- It’s hard to see in the picture but I scored 3 lines across the card near the bottom using the Simply Scored Tool. This creates some interest and texture on the card. To finish it off I added Rhinestones to the centers and all the points on the large snowflake.
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Card Stock: Whispering white (100730)
Ink: Pacific Point (111837)
Stamps: Snowflake Soiree (127925)
Simply Scored Tool (122334), Simply Scored Stylus (125624)
I love snow at Christmas time and unfortunately, I don’t live where it snows anymore. I grew up in the Mid-West and for sure there was always plenty of snow that just glistened at night when all the Christmas lights were lit up. This card reminds me of those fond memories and is a double version of the Triple Layered Card.
- I have the base in Midnight Muse at 5 1/2 x 4 1/4, the second mat is 4 1/2 x 3 1/4. Whispering white is 5 1/4 x 4 and 4 1/4 x 3.
- Start by placing the 2 white pieces of card stock on top of each other. I put a bit of Snail on the back and rub it a couple times with my finger to create a temporary adhesive so the papers don’t slide.
- I used 3 of the stamps from Snowflake Soiree and stamped off Pacific Point for the back ground and then again in full color. When finished I separated the two white sheets and adhered them to the blue mats.
- I tied some ribbon around the first layer before attaching to the base. I also added some sparkle by placing Rhinestones on the front snowflake. These cards are a little more time consuming bu,t oh so pretty
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Card Stock: Whispering White (100730), Midnight Muse (126847)
Ink: Pacific Point (111837)
Stamp Set : Snowflake Soiree (127925)
Rhinestones (119246), 3/8″ Taffeta Ribbon (109070)
What says Christmas better than a Christmas tree… This delightful Evergreen stamp set gives you several looks to choose from and of course, you can add additional embellishments for a very special look. The red (Cherry Cobbler) and green (Gumball Green) are very traditional colors but can be swapped out for any colors you’d like. This is a fairly easy card to mass produce if you have a large card list.
- I stamped the tree in Gumball Green ink and them came back over it with the Versamark so I could emboss it with Cherry Cobbler embossing powder. It gives it a pretty shiny finish. I love the outlined look on the tree.
- I layered the Whispering White and DSP Festival of Prints and added the Gumball 3/8″ Stitched Ribbon around it. They might be kind of hard to see but, I scattered some Rhinestones on the DSP right of the tree. It gives a little sparkle to the card. The Teeny Tiny Wishes sentiment fits beautifully in the bottom corner.
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Card Stock: Whispering White (100730), Gumball Green (126840), Cherry cobbler (124272)
DSP: Festival of Prints (126904)
Stamp Sets: Evergreen (127973) Teeny Tiny Wishes w(115370) c(127802)
Ink: Gumball Green (126861)
3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon (126848), Rhinestones (119246), Stampin Emboss Powder (122949), Versamark (102283)
Heat Tool (129053)
Oh! I do believe that snowmen are delightful balls of snow with a bit of magic that spreads Love and Joy to all those who Believe. I cased this wonderful card from Stamping with Tami. I fell in love with it from when I first saw it.
- The cherry cobbler makes for a great base color for this card with it’s soft browns and very vanilla paper. The eyes and mouth were easy to create with punches and the nose was freehand.
- Crumb cake gave the background stamp some softness and nicely aged the card a bit. The bottom fan look was created with a finishing touched edgelit. Chocolate chip polka dot ribbon with an antique brad adds a whimsy finish.
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Card Stock: Basic Black (121045), Very Vanilla (101650), Cherry Cobbler (119685), Pumpkin Pie (105117)
Ink Crumb Cake (126975)
Stamps: En Francais (109521), Snowflake Soiree (127925)
1/2″ Scallop Dots Ribbon (124142), Antique Brads (117273)
2 1/2 ” Circle punch (120906), Itty Bitty Shapes punch (118309), Cupcake Builder (121807), Finishing Touches Edgelits (127010)
Fall is my absolute favorite time of year. Thanksgiving to me is a very special day to be grateful for all we have. Although I give thanks daily for my blessings, this gives us an opportunity to share them with family and friends. I love that!
This is a pretty simple card and I love that I could color it in. I’m bummed though that something got dripped on it.
- I used watercolor paper and ink to watercolor it in. It took several layers to get the shading right. I started out with the lightest colors and then added darker ones.
- This was simple layering of card stock and DS paper with a little bling!
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Card Stock: Soft Suede (115318), More Mustard (100946)
Designer Paper: Festival of Prints (126904)
Stamp Set: Full of Blessings (128081)
Ink: early Espresso (126974), Pumpkin Pie (126945), Old Olive (126953), Crumb cake (126975)
It always seem that once Halloween has passed, Thanksgiving slips through the cracks and we’re on to Christmas. For this Mojo Monday Challenge I’m using rich Fall colors and a Thanksgiving greeting. This card has a lot of texture going on.
- I really like using the large oval punch to create this pumpkin. Perfect for Halloween and Thanksgiving. I inked the edges with pumpkin pie to give it a pop and added a small flower for some interest.
- The base was put in an embossing folder to create the background. You could probably add some distressing ink if you wanted to age it a bit.
- Handmade roses were rolled from a 1 inch circle punch in three different colors and a bit of 1/4″ ribbon.
- A tag was cut out from a die and I stamped the sentiment in early espresso. I tied some linen thread to give it a finished look.
I hope this inspires you to create some Thanksgiving cards for your family and friends. Keep an eye out Christmas Card ideas are Coming Soon.
Project Supply List
Card stock: Very Vanilla, (101650), Summer Starfruit (126839), Soft Suede (9115318), Old Olive (100702), Elegant Eggplant (105126), Pumpkin Pie (126953)
Designer Paper: Comfort Cafe (126898)
Ink: Early Espresso (126974)
1/4 Grosgrain Ribbon, Daffodil Delight (126872), Rhinestones (119846), Itty Bitty shapes punch (118309), Argyle Folder 9127750), Lots of Tags sizzlits (114508), Essentials Piercing Pack (126187), Little Leaves Sizzlit ( 114511), Extra Large Oval (119859), 1″ circle punch (119868)
I couldn’t resist using Fall colors and leaves to make this Birthday card for my oldest son. He turns 24 tomorrow (8/15). It makes for a nice masculine card. A card that seems to challenge many card makers.
- I didn’t use a typical stamp set. I went out into my front yard and pulled a couple leaves off the tree. I would of used different shaped leaves if I had had them.
- I pressed the leaf onto the ink pad and gently pressed trying to get good coverage. I had to come back with a dobber with more color and it still didn’t cover like I had hoped, but I’m happy with how they turned out.
- I placed the leaf on the paper and again gently using my fingers pressed down on the leaf.
I adhered the Very Vanilla onto the Festival of Prints that can be found in the Holiday Catalog. I wrapped some Linen thread around it a couple time and added a Natural button. The Happy Birthday is from the Curly Cute stamp set.
I hope you enjoyed learning how you can use other things other than rubber stamps to get images. I would love to read your comments. Please leave them below.
Project Supply List
Card stock: Pumpkin Pie 12×12 (12489), Very Vanilla (124302)
Designer paper: Festival of Prints (126904)
Inks : Summer Starfruit (126991), Gumball Green (126861), Midnight Muse (126860) Raspberry Ripple (126859)
Stamp Set: Curly Cute (120510)
Linen Thread (104199), Natural Designer Buttons (127554
I recently learned about this “Triple Time Stamping technique” and absolutely Love It! It makes it so easy to create your own patterned background. I just got a Christmas stamp set that will be perfect for this.
2 x 3 1/4
3 x 4 1/4
4 x 5 1/2
2 1/4 x 3 1/2
3 1/4 x 4 1/2
5 1/2 x 8 1/2 (fold for base)
- Start out by stacking the Very Vanilla pieces together using a temporary adhesive because when you are finished stamping they need to come apart and be mounted to the Pumpkin Pie.
- I used the Hello Stamp from the retired set Elementary Elegance and stamped that first in Early Espresso
- I used my lightest color, Crumb Cake to begin the background stamping. I used a stamp from a set called Clear stamp. It’s not from Stampin’ Up! I started from the center and worked out. You want to do that with each of the colors.
- Next was Real Red and I used the stamp set Papaya Collage, first the flower and then the butterfly.
- When you separate the Very Vanilla pieces and mount them to the Pumpkin Pie be sure you don’t turn them upside down. The images should line up when it’s all put together.
- Before mounting I tied Linen thread around the top two layers and added a natural button for a little pop!
Give this Triple Time stamping technique a try I know you’ll fall in love with it too.
Project Supply List:
Inks: Real Red (103133), Crumb Cake (121030), Early Espresso (119670)
Stamp Set: Papaya Collage (126612)
Paper: Very Vanilla 12 x12 (124301), Pumpkin Pie 12 x 12 (124289)
Linen Thread (104199)Designer Natural Buttons (127554)
I’m trying out yet another challenge this week called Stamping 411. This was a very simple layout and I do love flowers. Now the sketch is not limited to just flowers so let your imagination soar!
- I stayed with using Stampin’ Up’ bright colors Daffodil Delight and Old olive. I really like the soft polka dots from the Brights designer paper. It made for a great flower.
- The base is Daffodil Delight. I added another layer, Whispering White that I ran through the Big Shot using the Perfect Polka Dot folder. Before attaching it to the base I wrapped around the 1/2″ seam binding ribbon in Daffodil Delight.
- To create the flower and leaves I used the Blossom Petals Punch. This is so versatile and creates several types of flower looks. For this flower I used the smallest and the next size up petal. I started with a 1″ circle. I used 12 of the larger petals and glued them in 2 layers of 6. Then I added 6 of the smallest petals and let it all dry thoroughly.
- I took a Rich Razzleberry button from the Brights Button Collection and tied some linen thread through it. I glued it to the center with glue dots. The flower was added using dimentionals. I carefully tucked in the leaves with glue dots.
- For the the sentiment frame I used the large oval punch for the center and Lots of Tag Sizzlits for the outside frame.
I hope you enjoyed this sample from the Stamping 411 challenge. I encourage you to try it yourself. Feel free to browse my site for more card making ideas
Paper: Brights Designer series paper (117155), Daffodil Delight (124275), Old Olive (124284), Whispering White (124302)
Punches: Extra Large Oval (119859), Blossom Petals Punch (121808)
Die: Lots of Tags Sizzlits (114508)
Embossing Folder: Perfect Polka Dots (117335)
Die Cutting Machine: Big Shot (113439)
1/2″ Seam Binding ribbon Daffodil Delight (125583), Linen thread (104199), Brights Button Collection (119747)
Ink Pad: Rich Razzleberry (126950),