Tag Archive: Stampin Up Christmas Card Ideas

Endless Wishes for a White Christmas

Well, I don’t think there’s much hope for a white Christmas here in Naples, Florida, so I’ll be creating lots of white Christmases on paper.  I hope that’s a word.  Spell check didn’t red flag it! Rita Wright has designed the BEST sketch for our challenge at Freshly Made Sketches this week.  Rita has amazing talent, fresh …

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Have a Holly Jolly Christmas

Are you are getting weather that is getting you in the mood to celebrate the holiday season?  We’re still in the mid-to-upper 80′s here in SW Florida, but with a shelf full of fall and holiday stamps and DSPs, I’m getting in the mood despite the warm weather. Our wildly-talented Clean Team designer, Jen Brum, has …

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Joyful Christmas

I usually take my time getting into the Christmas cardmaking, but the brown truck visited recently, and I just couldn’t wait to start inking up the contents!  Not to mention that this particular stamp set worked perfectly for Jennifer Timko’s fabulous sketch for Freshly Made Sketches this week. Do you love the poinsettia?  I love …

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Deck the Halls with Glittery Things!

Thanks heavens for Hump Day and Freshly Made Sketches!  Our super talented designer, Allisa Chilton, has created a uber-clean-lined sketch for us this week, and I had lots of ideas on how to use it, but I settled with a Christmas theme. The New Christmas Messages stamp set in this year’s Holiday Catalog was a …

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More Christmas Blessings

    It’s time for the last color challenge of the year at Pals Paper Arts, and this week we have classic Christmas colors to work with!  I love the combination of Cherry Cobbler and Always Artichoke, and the addition of Crumb Cake adds so much elegance. I also love the Christmas Blessings stamp set, for …

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Christmas Skating Party!

  I love the little skating bird carving the word “Merry” in the ice from the For the Birds stamp set, and found the perfect way to use him in my sketch for this week’s Freshly Made Sketches challenge.     The design of the sketch worked perfectly for my idea.  Hmmmm, what a coincidence!    :)    Here’s my …

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Snow Much Fun to Create!

    There’s something about making Christmas cards, especially snowmen cards, that just make me smile.  I have so much fun creating them.  Today’s card is based on Tui Nathan’s fabulous sketch at Freshly Made Sketches.  I love this sketch and know I will work with it again and again.     Great sketch, right?  …

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