Stampin’ Up Christmas

It’s a wonderful time to think about and start creating Christmas cards!  This week I’d like to share some wonderful Christmas cards that my Stampin’ Up team members have created.  I’m sorry I didn’t get names to give due credit to each talented lady.

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Created by Tina using Coffee Cafe Bundle – pg. 31 in the Annual Catalog and coordinating with Merry Cafe pg 46 in Holiday Catalog  Doesn’t this card make you feel the warmth of Christmas!

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Created using Carols of Christmas Bundle pg. 13 in the Holiday Catalog.  Brilliant use of Stampin’ Up Embossing Paste for the snow!

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One of my favorite stamp sets in the Holiday Catalog!  Painted Harvest…..Christmas style!  This is a Beautiful Card and is perfect if you have limited time and need a large number of Christmas cards. #146021 Painted Harvest Bundle pg. 49 HC

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Another one of my favorite Holiday Catalog bundles…..Night of Bethlehem – page 26.  I love all the little building framelits….gives so much dimension!  Gail made this card in gold foil also….just clean and simple!

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Something we’ve not had much music DSP.  This year, Stampin’ Up has Merry Music Specialty DSP and I love it!  This black and white color gives an elegant look.  The framelits die cuts are exquisite!  Look on page 25 in the Holiday catalog for Musical Season bundle.

 

Star of Light stamp set and Starlite Thinlits in the Annual Catalog pg. 122 is uniquely crafted in the this card.  I love how the center focus is the star and die cut to open to the inside.  I have some talented ladies on my team!

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Seasonal Bells ring in a Merry Christmas for this card from the Annual Catalog.  Excellent  creativity!

Next week there will be more Christmas cards from my teammates.   I hope these will stir  the creative juices in you!  To order supplies, give me a call or order online from my web site  www.estherboyle.stampinup.net

Here’s a cute little gift idea…..8 Hershey nuggets fit this clear acetate 2 x 2 x 2 box but you can put other little gifts inside too.

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We used:

  • #141699 Clear Tiny Treat Boxes pg. 195 AC (annual catalog)
  • #144213 3/8″ Metallic Edge Ribbon Silver AC
  • #121790 Red Glimmer Paper HC (Holiday catalog)
  • #146068 Hearts Come Home bundle (HC) pg. 39

Your love goes into each gift you make and give and makes someone feel so special – their world is brighter because of you!

Stampin’ Up Special…..through Oct. 31st!

Now through Oct. 31st get Merry Patterns stamp set FREE just by inviting a few friends to your home to learn more about stamping and collecting $300 in orders or putting in a $300 yourself.   It’s a lot of fun and you’ll find your new hobby  keeps spreading the smiles to others as you give your creations to those around you.  Here is our creation from Merry Patterns stamp set……love this set!  Call or email me to plan your party!

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September Stamping Schedule

Tuesday, Sept. 19th – Stephanie & Friends @ 7:00pm, Theresa is our hostess

Thursday, Sept. 21st – Sr. Center at 1:00pm.  All are welcome to make 6 cards for $10.00 – please RSVP to Esther.  Please see last weeks post for 4 of the cards

Friday, Sept. 22nd – Camp Crop – Christmas cards and all Occasion cards

Friday, Sept. 29th and 30th – Creative Escape! 🙂

Tuesday, Oct. 3rd – Spartanburg at 7:00, Gayle is our hostess

Friday, Oct. 6th – 1st Friday club, Christine is our hostess

Saturday, Oct. 7th – Jodi stamp camp with Christmas cards

will post the balance of Oct. schedule in a couple of weeks

Thanks for visiting!

EstherSt

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