Can you believe that it is November already. Let's get a start on our Christmas tags. Today's Dashing Deer Tag looks over the top cute, but it really was quite easy to make. It featuring the Dashing Deer Stamp set and the coordinating Detailed Deer Dies plus the All is Bright Designer Paper and the Joyous Noel Glimmer Paper.
Christmas Tag Design Tips
Stamp images from the Dashing Deer Stamp set first, then emboss you tag with the Corrugated Dynamic Impressions Embossing Folder.
I used the Detailed Trio Punch to punch the ribbon hole and to round my corners.
The gorgeous All is Bright Designer Paper and the Joyous Noel do a lot of heavy lifting on today's Christmas Tag. Both are stunning!
Stampin' Up! is testing a new Shop by Project option in our online store that should make shopping for project supplies a little easier! In addition to featuring fun project ideas (and their accompanying supply lists), this new ordering option allows you to pick and choose only the items that you need to complete a project and add those items to your cart—all without leaving the page!
The Shop by Project option will be available until December 31, 2018; however, depending on feedback, it may become a more permanent fixture in the Stampin' Up! Online Store.
Have a fabulous day,
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Christmas is just a few short weeks away. For week 11 of the 12 Weeks of ChristmasLearn How to Make this Quick and Easy Christmas Card. The Christmas Quilt Bundle is retiring and will not be available in 2018, so get yours WHILE THEY LAST.
The Christmas Quilt stamp set and coordinating Quilt Builder framelit dies are stamping tools that you will want to use throughout the year. Just change the sentiment and the colors for a fresh look.
How to Make a Quick & Easy Christmas Card
Start with a 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" Real Red Card Base. Next, cut a 3-3/4" x 5" piece of Whisper White Card Stock. This will be your front panel.
Stamp your sentiment using Real Red Ink at bottom center as shown.
Using the Quilt Builder Framelit dies cut a Real Red Quilt Frame and adhere above sentiment.
On another piece of Whisper White card stock, stamp with Crumb Cake Ink the stitched quilt pattern.
Stamp the polka dot pieces twice using Real Red Ink.
Then stamp the striped pieces using Crumb Cake ink. Cut with coordinating die and adhere to front of card.
And Finally, Make a Whisper White Baker's Twine Bow.
Occasions & Sale-a-Bration Catalogs go live January 3, 2018!
Stamping Country Preferred Customers watch your mailboxes, they should be arriving soon. If you've purchased from me in the last 12 months, you're on my list and your catalogs are on their way to you.
Welcome to the 12 Weeks of Christmas Week 10. For today's projects, I made a sweet little gift bag filled with December Deliciousness and a "It's the Little Things" card. Both projects were stamped with The Little Things Stamp set. The extra little touch on both projects that I love the most is the textured brick wall pattern. It was super easy to make with embossing paste and Pattern Party Decorative Masks. Every time I use the embossing paste, I am delighted by just how fast it dries and the lovely textured patterns. The little brick wall makes both projects go from nice to Wow!
My December Deliciousness Bag was made with the Gift Bag Punch Board. Before assembling, I slapped on a bit of embossing paste with the Brick Wall mask from the Pattern party Decorative Masks. I used markers to fill my stamp with 3 different ink colors. The adorable little gift bow is a Season of Glitz Mini Gift Bow.
Love the eclectic mix of card elements on today's card. It's all the little things that add up to a whole lot of cuteness.
Just a Note: The Little Things Stamp set, the Season of Glitz Mini Gift Bows and the Foil Snowflakes are all retiring with the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog and are available WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.
Thanks to the Paper Players for their Christmas Baking Challenge. It inspired me to use my neglected The Little Things stamp set. There's so much cuteness in this stamp set.
And thanks to Inspired by All the Little Things for their lovely soft blue winter inspiration. As an add bonus, I used the "It's the Little Things" as the sentiment today's card.
And now for an Important Announcement About the Change in the Stamparatus Reservation Windows
The first Stamparatus reservation window reached its maximum number of reservations in just 15 minutes, which provided Stampin' Up! with some very important information: You LOVE this new stamping tool and for good reason-the Stamparatus Rocks! Your response was so amazing that Stampin' Up! has decided to make some important adjustments to the reservation process.
As was previously announced, the second reservation window will remain open from December 5–30; however, during this reservation period we will take as many orders as we receive (yay!) and not close the window until December 30. So whether the total number of reservations is 100 or 100,000, the window will stay open!
Please note the following changes:
Beginning March 19, we will ship Stamparatuses in the order the reservations were received (first in, first out) and continue through the next few months and beyond as product arrives in our warehouse. Because shipment dates are based on manufacturing lead times, not all of the reservations made during the December 5–30 window will ship on March 19 (as was previously announced).
In order to accommodate demand, limits have changed as follows: one reservation will be allowed.
This is the last chance for you reserve a Stamparatus before it becomes available in the 2018-2019 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog.
Want to know more about this hot new tool? Watch this 5 Things to Know About the Stamparatus Video from the Stampin' Up! home office.
Have a fabulous day,
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