Sunday, July 31, 2011

Christmas in July

At this month's Stamp Camp we had Christmas in July. I wanted to share a few of the cards with you. They all use Stampin Up products and the second one uses all new colors and products from the new catalog. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look!




Materials (all Stampin Up)
1. Card stock - Whisper White, Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler 
2. Stamp Set - Season of Joy 
3. Ink - Old Olive, So Saffron, Chocolate Chip, Cherry Cobbler 
4. Ribbon - Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding 
5. Punches - Oval, Scallop Oval 


Instructions
1. Create card from green cards stock and add slightly smaller white panel
2. Add two panel of decorative paper
3. Cut a red rectangle and slightly smaller white rectangle and adhere together
4. Stamp image using markers for different colors (using a marker on the stamp gives the interesting variation of green color in the tree)
5. Tie ribbon around card and add tree panel
6. Stamp sentiment and punch oval, punch scallop oval and adhere together and adhere to card




Materials (all supplies Stampin Up unless noted)
1. Card stock - Pool Party, Whisper White 
2. Stamp Set - Snow Much Fun
3. Ink - Black, Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade, Pool Party, Wisteria Wonder, Pumpkin Pie
4. Embossing Folder - Perfect Polka Dots
5. Ribbon - Wisteria Wonder
6. Little Clothes pin
7. Label Die (Nestabilities)


Instructions
1. Create card from card stock and dry emboss with polka dots
2. Make label die cut, stamp image and color
3. Adhere panel to card with foam tape and add clothes pin
4. Add ribbon




Materials (All Stampin Up)
1. Card stock - Whisper White, Old Olive
2. Stamp Set - Snow Much Fun 
3. Ink - Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler, Black, So Saffron, Pumpkin Pie, Basic Gray, Pool Party


Instructions
1. Create card from card stock and add 2 panels of decorative paper
2. Cut green rectangle and slightly smaller white panel
3. Stamp image, color and adhere to green panel, then adhere to card

4 comments:

  1. Love them all, Donna! That first one with the great design and stripes is fab! Love the colors on the second and that adorable, whimsical snowman on your third!

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  2. All your cards are gorgeous! I am a sucker for snowmen & these are adorable! How wonderful to be making Xmas cards already... maybe I need to start! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. Donna, they are all wonderful! The first one is just so very pretty! The second is so fun, cute, and pretty too, and the third one adorable, fun and pretty at the same time~

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  4. What a fun trio of cards! I think I'm partial to the traditional red and green of the first one. :)

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