Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Christmas Card Stamp-A-Stack

I held my annual Christmas card stamp-a-stack last Saturday and had a great turnout! I really tried to keep the cards sweet and simple - people who mass produce their Chrismtas cards need some quick and easy cards that still pack a WOW! This card was one of my favorites.

I added some sponging around the edges of the card and the designer paper, which gives the card an antique feel. I layered the Real Red textured cardstock onto the dsp and then I taped the right end of the ribbon to the back of the dsp. Then I placed the dsp/cardstock panel on the front of the card and secured the ribbon to the front with a little bit of adhesive. The final touch was the snowflake (made with my Jumbo Snowflake punch) which I added to the card with a Vintage Brad. Hope you like it as much as I do! ;)

Stamps: Four the Holidays
Paper: Soft Suede, Real Red Textured cs, Christmas Cocoa Specialty dsp, Shimmer White
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Jumbo Snowflake punch, Vintage brads, Soft Suede Polka-Dot Grosgrain Ribbon


Julie Davison said...

I LOVE this!! It is perfect for a stamp-a-stack and just the right embellishments!

Busym1 said...

It is lovely! Yes, it would be perfect for stamp-a-stack cards!

Robyn said...

Great clean and simple Chrissy card! TFS!

Jeanie said...

Do you have any ideas for a kid's Christmas party for the kids to make simple cards with stamps. I have a large varity of stamps, just need simple idea for our card decorating table at the party. Please email me kary1716 at aol.com. Thanks.