Thursday, July 6

Stampin Up Artisan Blog Hop- Christmas in July

Woo Hoo we are super excited to give you a sneak peek at the fabulous Carols of Christmas bundle!
 


This awesome product bundle is available to pre order by Demonstrator this month & will be available for customers to pre order on August 1st!
  
I must admit my family was a little perplexed as to why I was creating "Christmas" cards in the middle of summer & it took a minute to get a holiday groove goin' but I love how these cards came out!
I wanted to do something that was festive & fun yet simple so you could make a bunch if you wanted to...
 
That Color Theory paper stack is pretty much the coolest paper ever & really set the stage for these beauties. If you wanted to create a similar look you could always use the sponge brayer & white cardstock or even colored cardstock would yield a cool effect.
 
I used that awesome edge die to create the perfect size rectangle for my embossed greeting. Here is a quick video showing how to do that & finish the card-
 


Hope you enjoyed my creations!
 
Lets head on over to see what Holiday Magic Mindy has created for us~ 
 
http://badabingcrafting.blogspot.com/2017/07/artisan-jul-1.html
 
http://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/default.aspx?dbwsdemoid=2002591
 
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7 comments:

  1. Stunning! I want Christmas! NOW!!! Thanks for the great video :)

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  2. Thanks for the wonderful video Mercedes! Your card are perfectly adorable :)

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  3. These are super cute and kind of bold yet vintage at the same time, no easy feat. And I kind of hate that DSP (lol) but it's so perfect here! I may have to retract that statement!

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  4. Thanks for the video showing how you cut that die down. Very clever. Lovely cards too ♥

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  5. Love these cards. Was hopeing that the frame wasn't that small. Having said that, I love how you made it smaller. It really turned out well. TFS!

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  6. what color is the twine?

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