Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Magical Wonder of the Season

Hi Everyone!  I had some time to make more holiday cards, and I chose Christmas.  Have you started thinking about your handmade Christmas card designs yet?  If not, then now's the time!


For today's share, I played with one of the new Single Stamps that Stampin' Up! introduced for the Christmas holiday a few weeks ago--Magical Season.  It's the only one I have purchased so far, but there are a few others that have caught my eye.



What I like about Magical Season is that the fonts are very traditional, and I just LOVE how it coordinates with my Chalk Talk Framelits Dies.

The Steps:  
  1. Stamped the sentiment with Garden Green Ink and die cut it with Chalk Talk Framelits Dies.
  2. For my background, used a few snowflakes from the Festive Flurry Stamp Set using White Craft Ink.
  3. Wrapped some Cherry Cobbler Grosgrain Ribbon around the center.
  4. Added a few sprigs of Gumball Green leaves cut from the Secret Garden Framelits Dies as my holly leaves.
  5. Punched some holly berries from the Cupcake Builder Punch.  

I am delighted with this card, and I hope that you like it too!  Please let me know what you think by leaving me a comment below.  

Please check out our entire Holiday Collection Single Stamps to see if you need any for your craft stash for your upcoming holiday card making.  You wouldn't be disappointed if you ordered a few!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Until next time, happy crafting!

Lisa



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4 comments:

Jane Giggy

Lisa your card is stunning! I love the combination of the Kraft card stock and the Cherry Cobbler ribbon and snow flakes.

Lisa Rhine

Thank you so much, Jane! I'm glad that you like it!

Sharon

gorgeous lisa! thanks for sharing. yet another one I'll have to copy :)

Lisa Rhine

Thank you, Sharon! I'm so glad that you like it, and feel free to copy or pin whatever you like here on my blog!

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