Great Technique Christmas Cards


Here are some more great cards from the Heartfelt Stampers team of Stampin' Up! demonstrators.  If you've missed the other card ideas, scroll down through past posts — you won't want to miss all these terrific cards!

Dionne Wallington. a team member in Florida, chose this beautiful color combination of Rich Razzleberry and Brushed Silver to create a very elegant card.  The greeting is from a stamp set called All Holiday that is just that — sentiments you can use throughout the year.  Dionne stamped both the greeting and the snowflakes with VersaMark ink, then poured on silver embossing powder and heat set it with the Heat Tool.  She added a Clear Rhinestone Brad to the corner to complete her look.


Did you know that there are now new hostess stamp sets to choose from in the Holiday Mini Catalog?  And what better way to start your Christmas card making than to host a workshop and earn your stamp set free!  Here's a great card using Patterned Pines Level 1 hostess stamp set, along with some paper from Merry Moments Designer Series Paper.  The sentiment comes from Short & Sweet stamp set.  To create a two-colored stamped image, stamp first in Real Red Classic ink, then using the Blender Pen, wipe away the red on the stars, then add Summer Sun by using a Stampin' Write Marker.  This method is much easier than using markers throughout when you're changing just a bit of color on the stamp.  (This card wasn't signed, so I don't know who gets the credit!)

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Posted on : Oct 29 2009
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