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Most Wonderful Time.

September 17, 2019

I didn’t get many things from the Holiday Catalogue on my pre-order but one thing I did buy was the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley found on page 39. The medley contains a stamp set, co-ordinating dies, designer series paper, Gold Foil card fronts, 7 sticker sheets, gold/white Tinsel Trim and adhesive backed gold faceted Stars. It truly is amazing. Many of you know that I have been away caravanning for the last month but I did take this medley with me to do some creating when I had time. I found an amazing video by Lisa Curico using these products and cased one of her cards.  The card has a Real Red card base and a strip of one of the Designer Series Papers is attached to the top left hand corner.  A piece of the gold foil card is attached to the lower right hand corner.  The smaller of the tree images in the stamp set is stamped onto Whisper White card using Old Olive ink multiple times without re-inking.  The trees are cut out using one of the squares from the Stitched Shapes Dies.  A deer from the sticker sheet is attached over the stamped trees.  Dimensionals are added to the back of the image panel and a length of the tinsel trim is attached before adding the panel to the card front.  The greeting “Deck The Halls” is stamped onto one of the banners on the sticker sheets using Memento Tuxedo Black ink before attaching to the card front using dimensionals.  Since this is a sticker you need to make it less sticky and you can do this by using your Embossing Buddy.

I decorated the inside of the card by stamping the tree image several times onto the lower left hand corner of Whisper White card without re-inking using Old Olive ink.  I stamped another of the greetings from the same stamp set to the right of the trees using Real Red ink.

Now I am home and I decided that a version of this card would be perfect for my Beachmere Classes.  But…  To do that I needed to be a little more careful with the Designer Series Paper.  So this time I cut Real Red card and embossed it using the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder before attaching to score and folded Thick Whisper White card. I attached the Designer Series Paper and Gold Foil card in the same manner but used slightly smaller lengths.   Some of the ladies will be using one Gold Foil pattern and some another. Both work equally well.  I stamped the small tree image onto Whisper White card 3 times without re-inking using Old Olive ink.  This time I cut out the image using one of the ovals from the Stitched Shapes Dies.  I attached the image panel to a scalloped oval cut using the Layering Ovals Framelits and added a Gold Star.  I attached dimensionals to the back of the image panel and added a piece of the Tinsel Trim before attaching it to the card front.  I stamped the greeting onto Old Olive card using Old Olive ink and used a die from the Medley to cut it out.  The greeting is attached to the card front using dimensionals.

I decorated the inside of the card in the same way as the original by stamping the tree image several times without re-inking using Old Olive ink.  I added the greeting to the right using Real Red ink.

I am so grateful to Lisa for sharing her creation and inspiring me to create my own version.

If you haven’t had a look at this amazing medley, check out this video by Stampin’ Up!.

 

 

I bet you can’t wait to take another look at this product medley!  If you don’t have a demonstrator and you need a copy of this catalogue, please contact me so that we can organise to get one to you.

Bye for now,

Kris

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