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Simple Stamping Christmas Cards

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Hello Friends,

How much beautiful Designer Paper do you have stashed away?  You know what I mean gorgeous, gorgeous paper sits in your drawer because you are reluctant to use it.  With Christmas less than a month away, I realized that I have been doing just that.  Which seems silly since I have a lot of Christmas Cards that need to be made and mailed.  My Solution to both dilemmas is #simplestamping.  Do you realize that from a single sheet of 12" x 12" designer paper you can cut six 4" x 5-1/4" pieces for card fronts and still have left overs for other card elements?   And do you realize that with, on average, 12 sheets of paper in every pack, that could be 72 card fronts plus some?  It gets even better than that!   Stampin' Up! makes coordinating card stock packages to match their Designer Papers.  Each card stock package contains 24 sheets or 8 each of 3 coordinating colors.   An average card base is an half a sheet of card stock.  Translated, that's 48 Card Bases!

With all that in mind, I have resolved to use all that beautiful, beautiful designer paper by the end of the Holiday Season on Cards, Tags and Gift Packaging, but for today let's talk about simple stamping and quick, easy Card Making.  Here's 3 Christmas Card Ideas to get you started.


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All you need to make this Christmas Card is Card Stock, Designer Paper, Ink, stamps (I used the Christmas Pines stamps) and a bitty bit of linen thread.


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All the supplies are the same for this card, but I eliminated the Linen Thread and used the Everyday Label Punch and a Pearlized Doily.


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Same supplies minus the punch!  What will you do?  Hoard that beautiful paper for another year or put it to good use and enjoy it?

 

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Wishing You Well Hand Stamped Card

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Hello Friends,

Autumn officially arrived last week and what says autumn better than bundles of wheat?  Today's card is super simple to make.  All you need is the Wishing You Well stamp set, the Corrugated Dynamic Impressions Embossing Folder, the Classic Label Punch and a bit of card stock and ink.


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Two things really wow me about this card.  The little bow that looks almost real.  Did it fool you?  Believe it or not, that bow is stamped with Merry Merlot ink and a single stamp from the Wishing You Well Stamp set.  Isn't it fabulous?  The second thing is the Corrugated Embossing Folder.  Just look at that corrugated panel!


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Whip up a stack of these cards, so that you always have a beautiful hand stamped card ready to send.  For your convenience, I've included a complete supply list to make today's card at the bottom of this post.  Simply click the pictures to shop now.

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Dashing Deer

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Hello Friends,

Every time of the year is a good time for Thank You Cards and to be appreciative.  But during the holiday season, it seems like the need for pretty Thank You cards is even greater.  There's Pastor Appreciation, remembering our hair dressers and our delivery men, just to name a few.  So today, instead of a Christmas Card, I went with Many Merry Thanks and created a simple, but lovely card made with the Dashing Deer Bundle and the All is Bright Designer Paper.

Yesterday, the Dashing Deer Bundle played a supporting role on my Shadow Box Card, but today Dashing Deer is the Star of the Show.


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This card couldn't be simpler.  Just a wee bit of stamping and a little cutting and you've completed this beautiful Thank You Card.  My card base is a bit smaller than usual to accommodate the circles and the gold foil deer on top.  I started with a 4-1/4" x 4-1/4" Real Red Card base, then layered on a small swatch of All is Bright Designer Paper and a strip of Whisper White Card Stock with Many Merry Thanks Stamped in Real Red.


Dashing Deer Stampin' Up!I then made my topper by cutting  couple of circles with my Layering Circles Dies  and Real Red Card Stock and All is Bright Designer Paper.  The final finishing touch is a gold foil deer cut with the Detailed Deer Dies.  

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Inside, I simply had to try my hand at stamping the outrageously cute patterned deer.  A pattern that fun called for a bold color, so I stamped him with Call Me Clover Ink.

As always for your convenience, I've included a complete Card Supply List along with Clickable links for easy shopping.  Thanks so much for stopping by.

 

 

Have a fabulous day,

  

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