Are you ready for a sneak peek of the Merry Christmas To All bundle?
“Christmas” is one of the words in the die set, along with three other words and two labels, and the stamp set has 28 stamps!
Paper words are a necessity in my card making, so this bundle was at the top of my list.
The good news is that it’s available for everyone to order on September 5th! You can check it out by clicking on the picture in my product list at the end of this post.
My inspiration for today’s project was this week’s CAS(E) this sketch challenge.
I’m also linking to Festive Friday’s “dots” Challenge.
Wooden words are a favorite of mine, so I die cut “Christmas” using Wood Textures Designer Series Paper. I layered it on retired, brown cardstock for thickness, making it look more like real wood.
“Christmas” was a little long, vertically, but a perfect fit, horizontally.
To accompany “Christmas,” I chose a deer from the Dashing Deer Bundle. I stamped the deer in Soft Suede ink, and used its die for cutting.
The deer is standing on the word “merry,” from the Merry Christmas To All stamp set. I stamped “merry” in Soft Suede ink, and used a label die from the set for cutting.
For a splash of Christmas colors, I cut two pine boughs and berries, using the Pretty Pines die set. The boughs are Garden Green and Old Olive cardstock, and the berries are Real Red cardstock.
I wanted to keep this simple, so chose a Thick Whisper White card base, layered with Thick Whisper White that I embossed with the Softly Falling embossing folder. It’s a warm day in August, but the snow hasn’t melted yet!
If you’re wondering about the pretty paper beneath my card, it’s Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper from the Annual Catalog. I have it listed in my product list, so you can easily see all the pretty prints.
I hope you enjoyed this sneak peek. Get your list ready for September 5th! I’d really appreciate you shopping with me, so that I can be your Stampin’ Up demonstrator. See you next time!