Monday, September 26, 2011

2 of next month’s Christmas Stamp-A-Stack Cards


I am loving all these Christmas Card Stamp a Stacks—I know you are too. 

This card was cased from my upline Connie’s Founder’s Circle Swap.  I changed it a bit so that I could make it my own.  I love this embossing folder from the Holiday Mini #124096 Snow Burst.  It has such depth!

The stamp sets are Pines and Poinsettias #123764

and Hand-Penned Holidays

I added the new Quilted Satin Ribbon in Cherry Cobbler  #124105 

A touch of ribbon and pearls completes this antique card. CS is Crumb Cake, Early Espresso and Cherry Cobbler.

Snow Much Fun!


I got the idea for this card at convention. I’m sorry, I cannot remember the artist.

I stamped the snowman first then ran him through the Big Shot with the poinsettias embossing folder.  I cut out about 6 ovals from cardboard and then laid them all together.  Put the snowman image inside the embossing folder, lay the oval cutouts on top the folder but lining up so the snowman appears through the oval.  Put texture impressions pad on top of the cutting mat….no cutting plates.   There is a pocket in back of the image for a little book mark. 

I hope that you’re gearing up for the holidays and if you need to get started on your Christmas cards, this is a great month to start, not when it gets so busy you can’t see straight.

Oh, if you’d like to join us at class to make these and more cards, click here to check out the details and sign up early so you don’t miss out.

I’m glad you liked these Lacey!  I thought I’d help you all out, since this seems to be a very popular card, with a list of items I used on it. 

Also, here’s another view:IMG_8107a

Stamp: Snow Much Fun (clear mount) #122562 $19.95

You’ll need blocks D  for sure #118485

and H for the tall snow guy on the pull out #118490

Real Red CS #102482  5 1/4” X 4”

Old Olive CS #100702  4 1/4”X3”

White CS #100730  5 1/2”X81/2”, 5”X2” and 4”X2 3/4”

Markers: real red, old olive, pumpkin pie, marina mist, and black (basic grey might be better). 

You’ll need a black ink pad to stamping #101179

Big Shot #113439  a must have—don’t know what I ever did without it!  The embossing folder is petals a plenty  #116824

textured impressions pad  #114614

Decorative Label Punch (to make design on top of bookmark) #120907

Tombow Multipurpose glue (to glue just the edges of the front so that the bookmark tag will slide in nicely) #110755

Baker’s Twine Cherry cobbler  #123125

1/4” grosgrain ribbon Old Olive

Glimmer Brads #121006

****When you buy the supplies to make this card, I will make you the oval thing you need to emboss around the snowman!***  That will save you from having to get the oval die for now.


1 comment:

Lacey said...

I love them both but that snowman one is my fav...I may need to place an order for the supplies for it! ;o)

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