Saturday, November 21, 2020

Stampin' Up! Flowers for Every Season DSP Christmas Card

 I am so excited to share this Christmas card with you!  Partly because it's so pretty, easy and doesn't use a ton of supplies.  But mostly because I get to share a couple of my favorite tips with you that I used in this creating this card.  

Tip #1, when in a hurry to make a card, grab a card from one of Stampin' Up's Memories and More card packs.  For this card, I used one of the 3"x4" cards from the Flowers for Every Season Memories and More Card Pack.  (There are 50 cards in this pack - 2 each of 25 designs, and 4 sticker sheets - 2 each of 2 designs)  But don't worry if you don't have this card pack, and want to make a similar card.  You can also trim down one of the sheets fromm the Flowers for Every Season Designer Series Paper to 3"x4".  

For the background layer on this card, I used a sheet from the Designer Series Paper.  You could skip this step, if you are in a hurry, or just don't have the DSP.  One of the patterns from the 2020-2022 In Color Designer Series Paper would also work great as a background here.  

Tip #2, color your white or vanilla ribbon with a blender pen.  This gives you so many options for colored ribbon!  In this case, I colored the Vanilla Metallic Edge Ribbon with the dark Poppy Parade Blender Pen to match the flower color.  Give the ink a few minutes to dry.  I like to color my ribbon, then start working on the rest of my card. By the time I get to the point I need to add the ribbon, the ink is nice and dry. 

The flower embellishment was made by fussy cutting the flower out of one of the Flowers for Every Season DSP sheets.  Once cut out, I attached them using Stampin' Dimensionals.  

Here is another quick card I made using a card from the Flowers for Every Season Memories & More pack.  I actually made this card first, and it gave me the idea for the Christmas Card version.  

I hope these cards inspire you to create something wonderful!  Happy Stamping! 

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