Stampin’ Up! Christmas Card Using My Favorite DSP!

Well, I did it.  It took since the beginning of September, but I finally did it.

I cut up my favorite piece of Designer Series Paper from the whole 2019 Holiday Catalog for today’s card.

My card today starts off with Night of Navy cardstock.  I then cut a pattern…my favorite pattern… from the Night Before Christmas Designer Series Paper and matted it on Very Vanilla cardstock.

Next I used the Merry Christmas Dies and cut out three “merry”s from Very Vanilla cardstock, gluing them over one another.

Lastly I stamped the “Christmas” using a sentiment from the Itty Bitty Christmas Stamp Set, using the masking technique to only stamp the “Christmas.”  I fussy cut this out and adhered it down using Mini Dimensionals.

Enjoy!


Today’s card was inspired by this week’s Fab Friday Challenge.


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4 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Christmas Card Using My Favorite DSP!

  1. I knew you had to cave eventually! It was worth it!! This is a great creation and I really love the way you handled the sentiment.

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  2. Love this, Jaimie – we’re headed out to our local tree lot this week, and I know it will look a lot like this! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!

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