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Stampin' Up! Festival of Trees for Stamping and Blogging

Today's card was inspired by the weekly sketch from Stamping and Blogging, SB73. Each week myself and the rest of the design team right around the world blog hop around our take on the sketch. I have chosen Festival of Trees stamp and matching punch from the 2014 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalogue to use this week.

Stampin' Up! Festival of Trees for SB73 by Claire Daly Stampin Up Australia www.clairedaly.typepad.com

I know I have been using this matching stamp set and punch a lot, but it's just SO versatile it always seems to fit what I have in mind. The trees look great stamped and punched, or even just punched from patterned paper. I have used a combination here.

Stampin' Up! Festival of Trees for SB73 by Claire Daly Stampin Up Australia www.clairedaly.typepad.com

 

The beautiful die cut 'Joy' word can be found in the Wonderful Wreath framelits pack, along with some other elements. I have also used one of my favourite Stampin' Up! Christmas embossing folders, Northern Flurry.You can find links to all of the products I have used in this weeks card at the end of the post.

Here's the sketch we had to play with this week.

SB73

Now it's time to visit all the lovely Stamping and Blogging Design Team girls around the world to see their interpretation of the sketch.

Sandi MacIver, USA 

Amy Koenders, USA

Michelle Last, UK

Lee Conrey, USA

Claire Daly Australia (that's me!)

Marine Wiplier, France 

Kerstin Kreis, Germany 

Shelagh Freemantle. Canada 

Patrice Halliday-Larson, New Zealand 

 

If you would like to recreate today's card, check out all the stamping ingredients using the links below. You can place orders with me by email, or via my Online Stampin' Up! Store and have your orders sent directly to you anywhere in Australia.

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See you back here again tomorrow,

Claire

Stampin' Up! Products Used in Today's Project (click the product to be taken to that item in my online store)

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Amy Koenders

This is so pretty! I love the colors and the glittery die cut sentiment tops it off perfectly. Fantastic card!

Sandi MacIver

Ok, I'm totally in love with this card, love how you layered, loved the colors you chose, everything about it, AND, I love the new layout of your blog, can't wait to see the finished result - so far, I'm totally impressed

Shelagh Freemantle

So beautiful and love the color choices. I love looking outside the box for Christmas colors and I think I could really put this these to good use. Lots of dimension ...hugs from Shelagh.

Patrice

Amazing card Claire :-) I love everything about it. I love how you have matched the background tree with the banner and all the little extras finish the card off perfectly.

Marine

Wow Claire, your card is perfect ! Love colors, embossing, little trees, everything !
And congrats for the new design of your blog, lovely :)

Kim Ryden

I found this card on Pinterest and it is absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!! Love it!

Anna

What did you use directly behind the 3 trees , on top of the crumb cake cs? I love your layering and how it all goes so well together!

Claire Daly

Hi Anna, thanks for your lovely comments. That is the 'All is Calm' Washi tape under the tress. Hope that helps :)

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