10/18/13 Wonderful Blessings Elegant Christmas Card with Vanilla Shimmer & How To Video


This card is so elegant and easy to create. You will be able to make bunches of them in no time at all! The stamp, called Wonderful Blessing is not featured in any of our catalogs, however, you will find the flier for it HERE. It is only available in Clear Mount and you will need to have Block E or a similar sized block to stamp it properly.

Here is another picture of the cards I made this morning. This particular picture shows the gorgeous shimmer that you can achieve with Vanilla Shimmer Smooch Spritz. I made a video for you to show you the steps to take to put this card together.

Here's a close up view of the shimmer. You can also see how beautifully this image stamps and with our Circles Collection Framelits, you will be able to cut it out perfectly!

Enjoy the video!!

Stamps: Wonderful Blessing (Clear Mount Only 134779) only available through 1/31/14, More Merry Messages (Wood Mount 126400, Clear Mount 126402) for the inside sentiment
Paper: Midnight Muse (126843) Whisper White (100730)
Ink: Midnight Muse (126860)
Tools: Big Shot Machine (113439) Circles Collection Framelits (130911) Magnetic Platform (130658) Northern Flurry Embossing Folder (120902)
Accessories: Vanilla Shimmer Smooch Spritz (118772) Clear Mount Block E (118484) Clear Mount Block D (118485) for the sentiment
Embellishments: Whisper White 3/8” Taffeta Ribbon (109070)
Adhesives: SNAIL (104332)

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This is beautiful! Thanks so much for the inspiration!
What a beautiful card. I'm going to have to try some of the shimmer! Thanks!
Susan Carlson said…
I might just use this design for my next Christmas stamp a stack. Thanks for the great idea!