I've been a Stampin' Up Demonstrator for about month now but this will be my first Stampin' Up project I've made especially for my blog. I love Christmas and some of my favorite cards I've made have featured this simple theme. I truly believe that less can be more. I love the simplicity of a tree. I hope you enjoy this creation. It is in the running for my personal Christmas card that I'll send out this year! This card is 5" x 7". I have used some ribbon and a Spellbinders die as I am just starting our and using what I have in my stash. I'm sure everyone understands that! LOL
- Christmas Lodge, set of 6 stamps, #123769 clear set
- More Merry Messages, set of 10 stamps, #126402 clear set
- Be of Good Cheer Designer Series Paper, #126896
- Very Vanilla, Gumball Green, & Raspberry Ripple card stock
- Gumball Green & Raspberry Ripple Classic Stamping Pads
- Holiday Ornaments Framelits Dies, set of 8 dies, #127816 (it is bundled with Ornament Keepsakes Stamp set in the Holiday Catalog for savings of 15%!!!!! Great Deal!)
- Perfect Polka Dots Folder, #117335
- Stampin' Glitter
- 2-Way Glue Pen, Glue Dots, & Stampin' Dimensionals
- Ribbon from my stash, but SU Seam Binding Ribbon in Cherry Cobbler should work
- Labels 8 by Spellbinders
Stamp the sentiment using Raspberry Ripple ink and cut out with Holiday Ornaments Framelits Die. Ink edges with matching ink. Cut a piece of Gumball Green card stock using the same Holiday Ornaments Framelits Die. Cut the green ornament in half; use to mat the sentiment.
Using the 2-way glue pen, trace the curvy part of sentiment and put random dots of ink on the tree and add glitter. Lay aside to dry.
Cut two pieces of the Be of Good Cheer Designer Paper as shown. Emboss with the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder. Join together to make a singe piece of card stock 4 3/4" by 6 3/4 inches. Place the ribbon on the mat and glue to the back. Make bow with same ribbon and use a glue dot to place it on the ribbon. Use dimensionals to pop-up sentiment tag. Arrange elements according to picture or to your personal variation and secure to card base.
I hope you have enjoyed this card. It is never to early to start your Christmas cards. Please feel free to leave a comment. I'd love to hear from you!