Sunday, December 3, 2017

Year End Sales Event and a Christmas Card Too!

 Can it be possible that the Holiday Catalog ordering period is almost over?  Stampin' Up! is offering some of the items at a discount.  Check it out!

I wanted to show you another Christmas card.  I love the Hometown Greetings Edgelits.  Right now you can still get them in a bundle with the Hearts Come Home stamp set.

It's a little hard to tell that I used the Champagne Foil Sheets for the background. and that is layered onto a panel of Very Vanilla.  The main card is Whisper White Thick embossed with the Softly Falling Embossing Folder.

I cut the rows of houses using the Edglits and Shimmery White Card Stock. I just trimmed the houses off their rows so I had individual buildings and trees.  I glued these to the foil panel using Tombow Multipurpose Glue (aka green glue).  The trees were adhered with Mini Stampin' Dimensionals.  Oh, the smaller tree that is on the right was cut from Whisper White so there is a little contrast to the Shimmery White.  If you follow my blog you know that  I love that combo!

I left some of the pieces in the windows, I kinda like the look but you can punch them all out easily with a favorite tool of mine, the Big Shot Die Brush.  If you use your Big Shot a lot you NEED this tool.  Lastly I stamped Merry Christmas using a stamp from Santa's Sleigh, I used Basic Gray ink

Thanks for looking!  I'd love you to shop with me.  You can get all the supplies for this card and anything Stampin' Up! from my online store.  When you order be sure to use my December Host Code, AHJNNJRV, when you place your order of $149.99 or less.  If your order is $150 or more you do not need to use this code -- you will qualify for free product!
Happy Stampin'!



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