Endless Wishes Christmas Card with How To Video

 

I really like the new photopolymer stamp set that Stampin' Up! recently introduced. I'm not surprised that it is called Endless Wishes because you can come up with quite a few different sentiment combinations with the words included in this set. I really like the card I created above . . . you can actually watch me make it in the how to video below. I like the delicate look of the Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine and the cool softness of the sponging.



Here are the ingredients for this card:

Stamps: Endless Wishes Photopolymer Stamp Set (133455)
Paper: Crumb Cake (120953)
Ink: Island Indigo (126986) Raspberry Ripple (126859) Whisper White Craft Ink (101731)
Tools: Big Shot Machine (113439) Stylish Stripes Embossing Folder (132174)  Paper Piercing Tool (126189) 2 ½” Circle Punch (120906)
Accessories: Clear Mount Block A (118487) Clear Mount Block B (117147) Clear Mount Block C (118486) Clear Mount Block G (118489) Stampin’ Sponges (101610)
Embellishments: Tea Lace Paper Doilies (129399) Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine (123125) Basic Rhinestones (119246)
Adhesives: Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755) Dimensionals (104430)



And, as long as I was having so much fun, I decided to create another card along the same line, but with a little more color pop.

The additional ingredients to make this card were:

Paper: Raspberry Ripple (126842) for the base card
Ink: Crumb Cake (120953) for the tone on tone snowflake
Tools: Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder (117335)Embellishment: Raspberry Ripple Satin Ribbon (126845)

 

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Comments

I love these cards and the stamps as well! Thanks so much for all your videos - I enjoy them and learn a lot from them!
Brenda in IN said…
I love both of these cards. The doily adds a little girly along with the pearls. So pretty. Thanks for sharing the video.
Shirl said…
I really like this card, Kay. Thanks for showing how to make it. Wish I lived in Minnesota near you! Have I said that before, lol..

Shirley (in Canada)