Hi everyone! I'm so happy to be a part of Kylie Bertucci's Demonstrator Training Hop again. This time we are going to turn our attentions to some Christmas preparations. Yes, it's that time!!
I made these cards in the Hot days of August, but here at The Stamping Zoo this is prime Holiday time!! I've been having a great time working with products from our new Holiday Catalog (goes live for customers on September 4th). Today I'm showing you just three cards that can be assembled quickly with products from our Wrapped in Plaid suite. This suite includes a Wrapped in Plaid bundle of the stamp set and pine tree punch (save 10% when you purchase as a bundle).
I've also used the indespensible Stitched Rectangle Dies. They add the perfect detail to capitalize on the homemade feel of these cards.
Card Bases are in Cherry Cobbler, Night of Navy and Shaded Spruce, measuring 5 1/2" X 8 1/2", scored at 4 1/4". Whisper White Rectangle card front cut with die #1, plaid card fronts cut with die #2. Smallest card stock card fronts cut with die #5. I also cut a Whisper White insert with die #2.
Adhere Whisper White and plaid card fronts directly to card base. Stamp tree image of your choice in coordinating ink of your choice, and punch out with the pine tree punch. Also punch a tree out in the same plaid as the card front. Adhere trees to smallest rectangle. Tie ribbon around the bottom of the rectangle and then pop the entire thing up on Dimensionals. Note: I made the Cherry Cobbler ribbon by coloring our Gold Metallic-Edge Ribbon with my Cherry Cobbler Dark Stampin Blends marker. Finally I've added a few Holiday Rinestone Basic Jewels.
Beautiful! Quick! Able to be replicated easy, which means that you can make a lot of cards in a little time - one thing off of your Christmas To-Do List.
One more thing to make the process quick - I've included a shopping list below, with links to my online store. I'd love to have you as a customer!!
Thank you for stopping by The Stamping Zoo, come back soon.
Christmas cards are always so fun. Your cards are great Lisa, they would make a really good class :-)ReplyDelete
Love your use of this layout!!ReplyDelete
Lovely cards - especially love that plaid!😊ReplyDelete
Great cards. I love how you have used both the negative and positive of the punch. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
I love this suite and you have done a great job at showcasing it. Thanks for you sharingReplyDelete