I love the embossing folder that is available in the new catalogue and decided to use that together with some of the gorgeous gold foil accents from the annual catalogue. This card came together so quickly yet is so Christmassy.
Again another really quick card using one of the stamps in the bundle to create my own background and I used gold embossing powder to create more interest. It really is merry and bright.
And last, but by no means least, I used the other border die and the joy stop to create another really quick card. I filled the berry’s in with red glitter and they really catch the light.
It’s been soooooo hot lately and last night we had a rumbling thunderstorm for a few hours and a tiny bit of rain but it’s just as hot today. I really can’t complain though as my eldest daughter is a student nurse who opened in and has been working on the acute medical ward during the Covid crisis. I am so incredibly proud of her and a little in awe of her courage and commitment.
She sent me this phot after a 13 hour shift in this horrible heat whilst having to wear a mask and glasses and putting on full PPE when necessary. I miss her when she’s away at uni and I am thankful that there are such things as face time etc.
I really hope this has shown you lots of different ways you can use the one bundle to create quick and easy Christmas cards. Should you wish to order any of the items I have used today I have listed them below. Just click on my shop now button and Stampin Up will send them straight to you.
Until next time
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