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Stampin' Up! All Ye Faithful Christmas Card

I very rarely use Night of Navy cardstock, but I liked how it looked with the Whisper White and Silver on this Christmas card using the new All Ye Faithful stamp set from the Stampin' Up! 2015 Holiday Catalogue. I really like the nativity scenes in this stamp set.

Stampin' Up! Christmas card using All Ye Faithful from 2015 Holiday Catalogue. Claire Daly, Melbourne Australia at www.clairedaly.typepad.com

This would be a pretty easy card to make a batch of for Christmas. Here's a quick breakdown of the pieces (links to all products in bold are at the end of the post).

  • A standard C6 card in Night of Navy (landscape side fold)
  • A piece of Holiday's Fancy Foil Designer Vellum (the silver one) 6 inches x 1 inch and the Triple Banner Punch used on one end.
  • A piece of the snowflake design from Season of Cheer Designer Series Paper 6 inches x 1.5 inches and the Tripe Banner punch used on one end.
  • A 2.5 inch circle punched from Whisper White which is where you silver emboss the image
  • Half a large Silver Metallic Doily
  • An extra strip of cardstock 1/2" wide to silver emboss the greeting onto (use the Banner Punch or easy banner ends).
  • A Winter Wonderland Embellishment

Stampin' Up! Christmas card using All Ye Faithful from 2015 Holiday Catalogue. Claire Daly, Melbourne Australia at www.clairedaly.typepad.com

 

Thanks for checking in today. I hope you have a fabulous week and manage to squeeze in some creating time.

 

Claire

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