I’ll be Home Christmas Card

Today I am sharing a handmade I’ll be Home Christmas Card that was made with the I’ll be Home Stamp set by Stampin’ Up!  The I’ll be Home stamp set is retiring with the Holiday catalog this year.  So don’t miss out!  
I'll be Home Christmas Card
 This card uses the Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper also from the Stampin’ Up! Holiday catalog.  

Here are the details of this card:
The card base is a piece of Cherry Cobbler Cardstock cut to 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ and scored at 4 1/4″.  Next is a layer of Mossy Meadow cardstock cut to 4″ x 5 1/4″.  Then a piece of the Festive Farmhouse Designer Series paper cut to 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″.  Then there is a 1″ x 5 1/8″ strip of the Mossy Meadow design of the Festive Farmhouse DSP across the bottom of the card.  

Next I cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock to 3 1/4″ x 3 1/4″.  This is layered onto a piece of Early Espresso cardstock cut to 3 3/8″ square.  The third layer is a 3 1/2″ square of Mossy Meadow cardstock.

I used Early Espresso ink to stamp the image of the House on the White square.  I set this aside to dry thoroughly since I wanted to use my Stampin’ Blends to color in section of the decorations.  I liked the look of the roof with stamped with the darker brown ink rather than the black of the Momento Ink.  If I were coloring in more of the house I would use the Momento ink since the alcohol markers could cause the Early Espresso ink to run.  I filled in the bushes along the front with my Pear Pizazz Stampin’ Write marker to make the bushes a lighter shade of green.  I colored the front door of the house with Balmy Blue Stampin’ Write marker.

Last but not least is a galvanized button was added with a little piece of Whisper White Bakers Twine through the button.  

And don’t forget about the inside of the card.  I added a 4″ x 5 1/4″ piece of Whisper White cardstock to the inside of the card.  I decided to dress up the inside of the card with a strip of the Festive Farmhouse DSP to finish off the card.

These are the items that I used to make this card:


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Holiday Gift Card Holder

Today I am sharing two Holiday gift card holders that I designed using the Stampin’ Up! Santa’s Workshop Designer Series Paper.

The first gift card holder uses a piece of Garden Green Cardstock with a Belly Band made from the Red Candy Cane Striped DSP.  One of the cool features with this DSP is that elements of the paper are flocked.  With the Candy Cane Striped paper the white stripes are flocked.  The other feature of this paper is the images in the paper fit the Santa’s Signpost Thinlits that go with the Santa’s Workshop paper.  I used the thinlits to cut out a lot of the Elf, Santa, Mrs. Santa images from the Designer Series Paper to accent the gift card holders and tags for Christmas presents.

The Second Gift Card Holder is made with Poppy Parade Cardstock and the Santa’s Workshop Designer paper.




I have written a tutorial with all of the instructions and cutting dimensions for these Gift Card Holders.  You can download the Tutorial here:

Gift card holder patterns.pdf

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my Holiday Gift Card Holders.

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Half Full Holiday Card

Today I am sharing a handmade Half Full Holiday card.  This card was a custom request by a customer that likes to feature
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his dog in his Holiday cards.  He actually saw a card made with the Half Full and the Christmas Pines stamp sets last fall and said that he wanted to design something with his precious dog and the wine set.  He and some friends had made wine and named it after Sofie his precious dog.  I absolutely love the way this card came out!

So the Details on this card.  This card is 5 X 7″ since I had to enlarge the wine bottle and wine glass to be able to read the labels.

The card base is a 10″ x 7″ piece of Mossy Meadow cardstock scored at 5″.  The next layer is a 4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″ piece of Real Red cardstock.  The next layer is a 4 1/4″ x 6 1/4″ piece of Crumb Cake cardstock and the last layer is a 4″ x 6″ piece of Very Vanilla cardstock.

The Pine boughs are stamped using Garden Green ink on the background of the Very Vanilla cardstock.  The star background image is stamped with Crumb Cake ink. 


Next I stamped the pine cones using Soft Suede ink on Crumb Cake cardstock.  The pine cones were cut out using the coordinating Pretty Pines Thinlits dies.  The wine bottle and wine glass are actually prints of the bottles of wine and wine glasses that Steve had made for his dog.  I had tried to superimpose the image over the stamped image from the Half Full stamp set – but then you could not read the label on the bottle or glass.  So the Half Full stamp set was actually used for inspiration rather than using the actual stamped images.  Last is an image of precious Sofie in her Santa outfit.  What a little cutie!

I actually did use the sentiments from the Half Full stamp set for the front and inside of the card.  I stamped the sentiment “I’m dreaming of a white Christmas” on the front of the card and layered this onto a scalloped oval cut from Mossy Meadow cardstock.   The sentiment on the inside is ” but if the white runs out, I’ll drink red” with an additional personal sentiment from Steve and Sofie.

This is one of my favorite custom cards that I have made.   Here is another sample of the card that I made using Crumb Cake cardstock as the card base.  Which one do you like better?


My favorite Holiday Stamp set

Stampin' Up! Winter WoodsToday I am sharing a card made with the Stampin’ Up! Winter Woods stamp set; my new favorite stamp set from the Holiday catalog.   I love the variety of this stamp set and coordinating thinlits that let you make a 3D tree.  I also love the variety of the trees that are available with this set.  The birch trees are absolutely beautiful and the line of trees give you a lot of options for fall and winter cards.
  






One of my favorite color combinations for any card is all white or vanilla with a pop of color.   For this card, I stamped the tree with versamark ink and used Iredescent Ice Embossing powder to add a little glitz to the tree.  It is hard to see in the picture but the tree has a nice shimmer to it from the embossing powder. NOTE: is retired but you could also use a little of the white shimmer paste to add a “snow” look to the branches of the tree.

What I love about the thinlits that go with this set is the dimension that you can get by layering two trees together.  After cutting the second tree, bend the branches out and use mini dimensionals to put the two trees together.

The card base is Whisper white cut to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2“, scored at 4 1/4”.  Next is a piece of Real Red cardstock cut to 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8“.  Next a piece of Gray Granite that is cut to 3 3/4″ x 5″.  Last is a piece of whisper white cardstock cut to 3 5/8″ x 4 7/8″.

The birch trees are stamped across the background of the white card stock with Sahara sand ink.  I added a piece of Sparkle Glimmer paper cut with the sloping thinlit that is part of the this set to represent snow.  Then I added the tree to the card with dimensionals.
I stamped the sentiment from the Merry Christmas to All stamp set with Real Red ink on the upper right of the card.

And last but not least I added some of the Red Rhinestones to the tree and on the sentiment.

Which stamp set is your favorite for this Holiday Season??

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Handmade Holiday card

Alpine Adventure  Today I am sharing a handmade Holiday card that I created using the Stampin’ Up! Alpine Adventure Stamp set and framelits.  This set is so cute and perfect for those friends of yours that are big winter sports enthusiasts.

This set has stamps covering a lot of winter sports; skis, toboggan, snow shoes and couple of background images with  Holiday sentiments.  And if you purchase the bundle with the framelits included you can easily cut out your images.  

This card uses the Festive Farmhouse Designer series paper.  I love the winter themed patterns in this DSP set.

Here are the details of this card!

The card base is a piece of 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ Cherry Cobbler card stock scored at 4 1/4″.  The second later is a 5 3/8″ x 4 1/8″ piece of Smokey Slate card stock with the Wood Grain pattern from the Festive Farmhouse DSP cut to 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″.  

Next I stamped the skis using Soft Suede ink with Garden Green ink for the Boots.  I cut the sled out of the Wood Textures DSP.  I stamped a small wreath using Garden Green ink and Cherry Cobbler ink for the berries and cut this out with the wreath frame lit.  The sentiment “Christmas Greetings” is stamped with Cherry Cobbler ink on the bottom right of the card.

The sleigh is layered onto a piece of the Joyous Noel DSP with the pine bough design cut out with the layering oval framelits.  I used the next larger scallop framelit from the Layering Oval Framelit set to cut a piece of Green Glimmer paper to cut a larger scalloped oval.  Did you see the Cherry, Green and Copper Glimmer paper in the Holiday catalog?!!!  Every project should have some sparkle!!

Last but not least, I stamped a set of snow shoes using Soft Suede ink and cut those out.  I added a piece of Gray Granite cardstock to the inside of the card with a 1″ x 4″ strip of the Festive Farmhouse DSP.  The “Christmas Blessings” is stamped from the Merry Christmas to all stamp set.  What a great Greeting set for the Holiday season!

I hope that you have liked my card today.  Below is the supply list for this card.
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Christmas in July – Under the Mistletoe Card

     For the past few days, I have been playing with the new Under the Mistletoe Designer paper from the new  Stampin’ 
Under the Mistletoe CardUp! catalog.   I have designed a few Christmas cards with this paper using a new stamp set; Color Your Season –  that Stampin’ Up is releasing on August 1st and a couple of the Holiday sets that are in the current catalog.

Here are the details on this card made with the upcoming Color Your season stamp set. 










The Color Your Season stamp set has an image for each of the Four Seasons and some pretty thinlits that have a stitched edge.  I can’t wait to show off this stamp set and let you play with it.  It will be available for order on August 1st!  

Here are the details on this card:

The card base is Old Olive cardstock cut to 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ and scored at 4 1/4″.  Next is a layer of Real Red cardstock cut to 5 1/8″ x 3  7/8″.  Then a piece of the Under the Mistletoe DSP cut to 5″ x 3 3/4″.  I then used the new layering thinlits with the stitched edge to cut a mat from Old Olive Cardstock and from Whisper White cardstock.  I stamped “Merry Christmas” in red.

The Color Your Season stamp set has the Christmas sentiment – Merry Christmas, a Christmas Bell and a swag of Mistletoe.  I stamped the Mistletoe swag with Black ink and colored the mistletoe with my Stampin’ Blends markers.  I then cut out the mistletoe swag and added it above the sentiment in the center of the card.  This set also has a pretty ribbon die.  I added a ribbon cut from Silver foil below the sentiment.

Next Wednesday is July 25th – so six months from Christmas so I am holding my Christmas in July class on Wednesday the 25th featuring the new Under the Mistletoe DSP and the upcoming  Color Your Season stamp set which will be available on August 1st.  I will also have some cards made with other Christmas Sets that have carried forward such as Star of Light,Hearts Come Home, and Stylish Christmas stamp sets.

Stay tuned – I will be offering an online class using the
Under the Mistletoe DSP soon!


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Variations on a Theme

Variation on a themeToday I am sharing a card that one of my downline’s, Margaret made.  She is one of the very talented designers on my team!  I have a great team!

Margaret designed the original silver card with the Pool Party Cardstock, Bermuda Bay layer and the silver snowflakes and silver Foil. 

I love this card and the way that she used half of a silver foil snowflake below the embossed snowflake.  Since the Foil Snowflakes from the Year of Cheer suite come in Silver and Gold, I wanted to try this card with the Gold Foil and the Gold Snowflake. 
I found 2 color combinations that I liked with the gold.  The first is a Powder Pink cardstock base with a layer of Cherry Cobbler cardstock.  The second is a Sweet Sugarplum cardstock base with a Cherry Cobbler cardstock layer. 

Here are the details on this card.  The card base is a 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ piece of cardstock scored at 4 1/4″ and folded in half to form the card base.  The second layer is 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″ piece of coordinating color of cardstock.  Next is a 4″ x 2 1/2″ piece of the Merry Music Designer Series Paper from the Stampin’ Up! Holiday catalog. Next is a 4″ x 2 1/2″ piece of Silver Foil that is embossed with the Winter Wonder textured Impressions Embossing Folder.  A Foil Snowflake is cut in half and matched up with the embossed snowflake.  Then I used a piece of Pool Party ribbon for the Silver card and a piece of the Gold Metallic edged ribbon for the Gold versions.

The Message is stamped from the Snowflake Sentiment stamp set and cut with the stitched Circles framelits.  I cut two swirls from the Swirly Snowflake Thinlits dies in silver and gold.

That’s it!  A striking card that is now too difficult.

So which color combination do you like best?

Happy Stamping!

Back by popular demand……


I participated in an Artisan Craft Fair a couple of weeks ago and had many comments about the two types of handmade papercrafted Christmas trees that I have made in the past couple of years.

So I am bringing them back – I have 3 sets of the boxes for the to make the Advent Tree with the boxes. 

I do need to prep for the Christmas Tree made from Designer paper – so I do need a count form this tree as well.  Otherwise, I can’t guarantee that I will have supplies left for this tree.

The classes is going to be on Friday November 17th during the day from 10am to 3pm or in the evening at 7pm.

You can Register below for either class:
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Interested in the instructions for either Christmas Tree?  Either PDF is $7.95

Folded Paper Tree – $7.95

Advent Tree – $7.95



Have fun with the trees & Happy Stamping!

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Love the At Home with You Stamp set?

Do you love the At Home with You Stamp set??  At Home with You is one of my favorite sets from the new catalog!  There are so many different projects that you can make with this set and the coordinating thinlits!  You can make anything for any season or occasion!  This has to be one of the most versatile stamp sets in the new catalog!

One of the things that I love about this stamp is that you can cut the Door so that it opens and shows the inside of the house!


And Voila!  Check out the inside of this Beach House made with the At Home with You Stamp set!










I do have to warn you that this class is not an easy class.  These are very advanced cards and they do make use of a couple of stamp sets.  You can substitute similar sets for some of the designs.

The 3 primary stamp sets and thinlits used to make these cards are:
  • At Home with You
  • Ready for Christmas
  • Colorful Seasons

You can check out the details of this class HERE.

Enjoy and Happy Stamping!


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3D Handmade Christmas Card

Today I am shari3D Handmade Christmas cardng a 3D Handmade Christmas card that I made using the Ready for Christmas Stamp set.  I have to admit that this card does take a little time to make.  But as soon as I saw the Ready for Christmas stamp set – this card was stuck in my head!  LOL.

Here are the details on the card:

The Card base is a piece of Whisper White cardstock cut to 5 1/4″ x 11″.  Score on each side at 3 1/2″.

This card uses two different Stampin’ Up! Designer papers:  The Fresh Florals and the Wood Texture DSP. 

I used a piece of 3 7/8″ x 5″ piece of Fresh Fig DSP from the Fresh Florals DSP stack.  Attach this piece to the inside center panel.  Stamp the pictures on a scrap of Whisper White cardstock.  Color in the pictures and cut them out with the coordinating framelits from the Christmas Staircase thinlits.

Fireplace:  Cut a piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock to 2 1/4″ x 2 1/2″.  Use the brick pattern mask from the Pattern Party Decorative Masks.  Lay the brick mask over the Cherry Cobbler cardstock and  use a sponge dauber with Cherry cobbler ink to rub over the mask to make the brick look.  Use the Hearth & Home thinlits to cut a mantle from the Wood Texture DSP.  Cut out the separate piece to use as the mantle on the fireplace.  Trim out the window panes and the bottom piece of the window to make the hearth. Line up the brick background on the center of this panel.  Attach the Hearth over the brick background. 

Cut out 6 pieces of pine using the framelit from the Christmas Staircase thinlits and Garden green cardstock.  Add to the Fireplace Mantle.  Stamp 3 stockings with Cherry Cobbler and Garden Green ink.  Cut out with framelits.  Cut 3 small bows from a scrap of Cherry Cobbler.  Attach the stockings to the mantle with glue dots.

Next we are going to work on the staircase side of the card on the left.  Cut 2 staircases from the Wood Texture DSP. 
3D Handmade Christmas card
Stamp 2 pine swags with Garden Green ink on a piece of Garden Green cardstock.  Cut out with the coordinating thinlits from the Christmas Staircase thinlits set. NOTE:  you need to the two swags to line up – so you will flip one over and carefully fill in the swag with the pine stamp.    Stamp the little dog with Basic Black archival ink on a scrap of Whisper White cardstock and color as desired.  Also stamp the cookies from Santa.  Stamp the side table with Black ink on a scrap of Basic Black cardstock.  Cut out all of these items with the coordinating Christmas Staircase thinlits.  Attach one set of stairs to the front of the side panel.  Cut down the fold line to the top of the top step and follow the line of the stair to cut a diagonal line.  The white of the card base will be hidden behind the stairs.  Line up the second staircase and attach to the back/inside of the card.  Attach the table to the bottom of the stairs.  Attach cookies for Santa on the table top and attach the dog next to the table.  Attach one swag on th3D Handmade Christmas Carde outside of the staircase.  Attach the reverse swag to the inside of the staircase.

Last is the right side of this card.  Attach a 3 7/8″ x 5″ piece of the Powder Pink Fresh Florals DSP to the outside of the right panel.  Stamp the Christmas tree with Garden Green ink on a piece of Whisper White cardstock.  Stamp 8 ornaments.  Cut out the ornaments and the tree with the thinlits.  I used a scrap of Silver Glimmer paper to cut a star for the top of the tree.  I cut out 4 small squares of Quilted Christmas DSP to make the presents.  Use the thinlits to cut out matching bows for the presents.  Attach the tree to the right panel of the card using dimensionals.  Cut along the edge of the tree diagonally up the card along the tree edge.  Add the ornaments and star to the tree.  Add the presents below the tree.

Stamp the sentiment “a Wish for Everything Merry” with Cherry Cobbler ink on the inside of the right panel.  That’s it!

Here are the items that were used to make this card:

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Thanks so much for stopping by!!  I would love to see your version of this card.  If you make one post a picture in the comments below or on my FB page at  www.facebook.com/stampwithmarilyn/.  And while you are there don't forget to like my page!

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This is one of my favorite Holiday cards from last year using the still current Stampin’ Up! stamp set – Star of Light.

This card uses a watercolor wash for the background with stars cut out from the thinlits with Dazzling Details Glimmer paper and Blushing Bride Glimmer paper.

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Half Full meets Christmas cards

Today I am sharing a card that one of my team members, Margaret made using the Stampin’ Up! Half Full stamp set.  I love this non-Christmas Christmas card!  I shared this card with my Stamp Club members last week and they also loved the card!

Here are the details of this card.  The card base is a piece of 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ basic black cardstock scored at 4 1/4″ and folded in half.  The next layer is a        5 1/4″ x 4″ piece of Old Olive Cardstock that is stamped with the grouping of wine glasses and old olive ink.  I love this cute little background.

Next is a layer of the Merry Little Christmas Designer Series paper.  The DSP is cut to 2 1/2″ x
3 1/2″ and layered onto a piece of Basic Black cardstock that is cut to  2 5/8″ x 3 5/8″.

Next the Wine Bottle is stamped on a piece of whisper white cardstock and also on a Window Sheet.  You will need to use a Black Staz-on ink pad for the ink to dry on the window sheet.  Cut out each wine bottle.   Stamp the label for the wine bottle on a scrap of White.  Cut this out and color it with a dab of so Saffron ink.  Place over the bottle on the window sheet.  Layer label on top of plastic.  Stamp just the top of the Wine Bottle on a scrap of Old Olive cardstock.  Cut this out and attach to the top of the wine bottle.

Next stamp the Wine Glass on a piece of Whisper White cardstock.  Cut out.  Color the wine with a dab of so saffron ink and an aqua painter.

Next stamp the sentiments that you want to use on a piece of Whisper White cardstock.  Cut around these in a rectangle (approximately 3/4″ x 2 1/2″)  Layer onto a slightly larger piece of Basic Black cardstock.  Attach to the front of the card.


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Merry Patterns Christmas Stamp set

Today I am sharing a few cards that I made with the new Merry Patterns Stamp set from Stampin’ Up!  This set is a limited addition and is FREE until  October 31st with a $300 Hostess order.  So gather your friends and let’s plan a night of Stampin’ Fun! 

These are four cards that were inspired from the Stampin’ Up! website using the Merry Patterns stamp set and some of the Holiday paper.  I did modify them slightly.





This first card was made using the Christmas Around the World Designer series paper.  “Tis the Season” is embossed with gold embossing powder.  I embossed the card base with the Oh My Stars Embossing Folder.

This second card is made with the Reindeer Stamp using Soft Suede ink on a piece of Crumb Cake cardstock.  The background paper is from the Wood Textures DSP pack.  i used a piece of the Burlap ribbon tied with a small piece of the Copper Trim.  The card base is a piece of Garden Green cardstock.

The third card is made using Real Red cardstock for the base.  I made the background on the Real Red cardstock by Stamping the Word Season in a line across the card base.   What I really like about this stamp set is the versatility of this stamp set.  The candles are a two part stamp.  That means that the outline of the candles and the patterns of the candles are two separate stamps.  This lets you use two different colors of ink to stamp the candles.  The banner in the background is cut from a piece of the Merry Music DSP.

The fourth card is also made with the candles but using the Old Olive color scheme from the Color Theory DSP stack.
The pieces under the “Merry Christmas” banner is one of the foil snowflakes from the Holiday catalog that I cut up.

I hope you have enjoyed this selection of cards today using the Merry Patterns stamp set.

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Ready to place an order?  If your order is under $150 then use the Host Code XGFXXQZR and I will share a sampler of Holiday Designer Series paper with you.  Of course if your order is over $150 then claim your own Host benefits!  And if you order is over $300, then enjoy the new  Merry Patterns stamp set for FREE!




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The Holiday Catalog is Here!!!

Happy September!  It’s that time of year!  The Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog is here and there are some fantastic new products for the fall and Holiday season in this Catalog!


Click HERE to view the 2017 Holiday Catalog.  Also – Stampin’ Up! is offering a fantastic special between now and Oct. 31st! 


Receive the new Merry Patterns Stamp set for FREE with orders over $300!  You will LOVE this adorable set!  Watch this video to learn more and see a sneak peak of this set!


So call me today to book a Holiday party for you and your friends to make Holiday cards.  Or Host a Book Party by collecting orders from your friends.  Just give me a call and I can setup a Host Code for you!

Ready to place an order?  If your order is under$150 then use the Host code XGFXXQZR and I will share a sampler of the Painted Autumn Designer Series paper with you!  Of course if your order is over $150, then collect your own Host Benefits!


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Another Carols of Christmas Card

Carols of Christmas stamp setToday I am sharing another card made with the new Stampin’ Up! Carols of Christmas stamp set.  This set will be in the upcoming Stampin ‘ Up! Holiday Catalog but is available to order early – this month!

I love this set!!  It is so versatile and has a large variety of framelits to cut out a lot of Holiday images!









So the details on this card.  The card base is a 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock  scored at 4 1/4″ and folded in half to make the card base.  The next layer is a 4″ x 5 1/4″ piece of Cucumber Crush cardstock.  Then a 3 3/4″ x 5″ piece of Whisper White cardstock.  The corner framelits with the poinsettias is used on the 4 corners. 

Next Stamp 4 Poinsettias with Cherry Cobbler ink and cut them out.  You can line them up the the larger poinsettia in the middle of the die or cut them out by hand.  These are layered on top of the center corner poinsettia.  And of course I added Rhinestone Jewels to add a little bling to the poinsettias!  Every card needs a little bling.

Last Stamp the sentiment “Deck the Halls” with Cherry Cobbler ink on a piece of Whisper White cardstock.  Cut this piece out with the large scalloped oval from Stampin’ Up!’s Layering Ovals framelits.  Cut a second larger oval from the Cucumber Crush cardstock.  Attach the sentiment to the card with dimensionals.  Stamp a Holly leaf using Cucumber Crush ink for the leaves and Cherry Cobbler ink for the berries.  Cut out with the Holly die.  Attach next to the sentiment with a glue dot!

This is one of 4 Cards that my Stamp Club members made yesterday at our monthly Stamp Club meeting.  Want card ideas in your inbox each month?  Join my stamp club and receive exclusive ideas in your email each month!  You can check out more information on my Stamp Club here.

That’s it!  A quick and easy Holiday card using the new Stampin’ Up! Carols of Christmas stamp set.  These are the products that were used to make this card.


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Ready to place an order?  If you are in the US, I would love to be your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.  If your order is under $150, then use the Hostess Code PVD3GPFP and I will share a sampler of the Be Merry Holiday Designer Series paper with you.  Of course if your order is over $150 then keep your own hostess benefits.  I love to share Hostess benefits with my customers!

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