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Simply Christmas

October 6, 2014

0233I was inspired to make this card after seeing a similar one on Pinterest by Creative Crafts by Lynn. The card on Pinterest didn’t use Stampin’ Up! products but I knew that I could use the Festival of Trees stamp set to make a similar card.

I embossed two pieces of Whisper White card and attached a strip of Real Red card punched using the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch.  The card pieces are attached to scored and folded Whisper White card so that the Real Red card forms a frame for the sentiment  from the Petite Pairs stamp set which is stamped using Garden Green ink. 0243 I stamped the tree from the Festival of Trees stamp set onto Whisper White card using Garden Green ink and punched it out using the matching Tree Punch.  I attached the tree to the card front using dimensionals.  I punched Red Glimmer Paper using the Star Punch from the   Iitty Bitty Accents Punch Pack and attached it to the top of the tree using a Glue Dot.  The decorations are made by punching the three dots on the Cupcake Builder Punch from Red Glimmer Paper.

0253On the inside I used the Confetti Stars Punch across  the top of a piece of Whisper White card before attaching it to Real Red card.  I stamped the greeting from Petite Pairs using Garden Green ink before attaching the panel to the inside of the card.

Simple, but I think it is gorgeous, how about you?

Bye for now,


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  1. Pam Thompson permalink
    October 6, 2014 9:06 am

    Gorgeous card Chris. Could you give the dimensions please? I don’t have the ribbon border punch but, hopefully, it will still look pretty good with plain edges. Thanks for sharing.


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