Debie Deschaine Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Creating Greeting Cards & Paper Projects with Love!

November 13, 2017

      The card to the right is almost the same as one of the samples in the 2017 Holiday Catalog. The catalog samples are always fun to make. They are fun partly because often times it’s the sample that caught your attention in the first place. Second, because they’re always better in person. Try it sometime and you’ll see! I keep my catalogs for awhile so I can look back at card samples.

I love stamping with the two-step photopolymer stamp sets. It’s a fun and easy way to get multiple colors into one stamped image. For most of them you don’t even have to get them lined up perfectly, close enough is good enough!

Good Tidings WM Collage

    Here, I have the two step stamping laid out for you.  I stamp extra images, in case of mess ups, or if I want to make more cards. If you look real close they are not perfectly lined up, but they still look fabulous!

    It didn’t take long at all to fussy cut these. I thought it might be a little tedious but it wasn’t at all. Just remember to move your paper around more and the scissors less while fussy cutting.

Good Tidings2stepWM Collage

    The first card, in the first collage, we are making at our Card Buffet tomorrow night. It’s simple and full of warm Christmas appeal, don’t you think? I’ve included instructions below for cutting the DSP at an angle. If you have any questions, please leave it in the comment box below all the product info. I’ll get back to you asap.

PaperCutting TipTHREE

 

Good TidingsChristmas Around the World DSPMerry Little ChristmasStitched FramelitsLots of LabelsLayering Squares FamelitsYear of Cheer Specialty Washi TapeChristmas Stockings FramelitsBasic Black Shimmer RibbonMetallic Enamel ShapesMini Stampin DimensionalsStampin DimensionalsGarden Green Card StockReal RedWhisper WhiteMemento Ink PadReal Red

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