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Friday, 4 December 2015

Stampin Up! Holly Jolly Christmas Greetings in Mint Macaron, Real Red & Night of Navy

Welcome back to another day of the Quick and Simple Christmas Cards that I am featuring this week. They are all suited to anyone from Novice to Expert and anywhere in between

The Holly Jolly Greetings Stamp Set is fabulous as it gives you a variety of Christmas Sentiments and varies sizes of these, A Great stamp set for your crafting stash ...
I have also used a Die Cut Christmas Sentiment from Night of Navy Cardstock to add dimension and interest 
As always, there is a Video Tutorial included in today's post, plus written instructions to go alongside the video. I do try not to rush my dialogue, but appreciate it may be too fast for some, or you may prefer to read the instructions, so I just include everything and you can pick and chose'

 Below you will find the product icons for the items I used to create this really truly quick and easy card.
Click on the product icons to view or order them via my Demonstrator Website
Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

  1. Make your card base using a piece of Thicker Whisper White Cardstock & trim to 21 cms x 14.8 cms; Score the long side at 10.5 cms; fold & burnish, put to one side
  2. Trim a piece of Regular Whisper White Cardstock to 14.4 cms x 10.1 cms
  3. Using Mint Macaron Classic Ink Pad, stamp the large snowflake from Holly Jolly Greetings Stamp Set, in the centre of the cardstock
  4. Use the teeny stars and snowfall stamp from the same stamp set, again using Mint Macaron Ink Pad, and create a halo of the stamped image only re-inking after you have stamped three times (third generation stamping)
  5. Using Soft Suede, stamp the WISHING YOU stamp to the top third of the cardstock, and the ON EARTH to the bottom third of the cardstock
  6. Die cut the PEACE Christmas Greeting, & adhere across the snowflake using the Fine Tip Glue Pen
  7. Apply Stampin Dimensionals to the back of the cardstock and mount onto your card base

Kim Tolton, Independent Stampin Up Demonstrator.
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