Stampin’ Up! Christmas Trees Thinking of You Card

I love taking one product and reworking it to have many uses for different occasions, holidays, and sentiments.

It’s all about getting the most out of your product!!!

Today I used the Peaceful Prints Designer Series Paper for a thinking of you card.

I’ve been making lots of Christmas cards lately and my stash of general greetings and thank you cards is depleted, but I really wanted to use this beautiful paper.

The fun part of this card is that the trees are cut out of the white circle giving you sort of a peekaboo like through. I also created this massive banner. I’m going to show you exactly how to do this so your banner is perfectly even!

I shared how to make this card for my Wednesday night Facebook live tutorial.

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Check out the video below to see exactly how I made this card:

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3 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Christmas Trees Thinking of You Card

  1. Hello Jaimie,

    I so enjoy seeing what you make. Your cards are lovely. Love your design on this Christmas Trees thinking of you card.

    However, I am wondering why I cannot see your cards in the email like I could before. I decided to reply to you to ask and that is how I realized I could see them then. Seems strange to have to do this though. It is happening on other emails as well. On other emails, if one has a link to “view this email in your browser”, I can click on that and then can see the cards. But I never had to do any of that before.

    Just wondering if you knew what was going on with this? The internet is a strange animal, no?, lol.

    Thank you so much, Shirley Baker ________________________________


    1. Gosh that does sound odd. If it’s happening to other emails it sounds like it has something to do with your email carrier (as opposed to getting this specific email). I can’t think of what it could be. I hope it fixes itself soon!


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