This card that Katherine made is just delightful and so very easy to make, too! I should know as I had all of my club members making it last week! She used the stamp set called Festival of Trees that also has a coordinating punch. She pretty much cased it right from page 24 of the Holiday 2014 Mini. When I get back into town, I might have to do a video tutorial for you. It's quick and fast and so much fun. Once you make one you will want to make ten!!
Marlys made this gorgeous card with the stamp set called Bright and Beautiful. You can purchase the coordinating Star Framelits and cut your stars out quickly and perfectly every time. I love the silver heat emboss on the top star and all the little stars on the texture embossed layer.
Dawn created a lovely coaster for each of us using the stamp set called Beauty of the Season. This bird really lends himself well to being on a coaster and the stamp set includes two verses that also work really well on holiday coasters. Can't wait to make a few of these myself!!
Mary made good use of the Confetti Stars punch by creating a pretty border on this card that features the stamp set called Endless Wishes. I love the tiny rhinestone accent in the silver snowflake next to the sentiment stamped in gold. It's most elegant!
Liz used Ornamental Pine on her card and created a fun closure for it, too. Check it out below!
Isn't that neat? I just love how when you open up the card you reveal the rest of the stamped image below. In case you are wondering, she used the Window Frames Framelit Collection to create her closure.
Sue created a snowy Christmas scene with Motley Monsters Designer Series Paper, and two stamp sets . . . White Christmas and Holiday Home. I just love the way she extended the trees far up into the sky by stamping on the designer series paper first. So, clever . . . but that's Sue for ya . . . always thinking outside of the box!
Cindy made this quarter fold card with the stamp set called For All Things and the coordinating Designer Series Paper called Color Me Autumn. When you unfolded everything . . . there was another surprise.
She stamped the word thanks from Seasonally Scattered and added some acorns, too. Perfectly lovely!!
If you have enjoyed seeing these cards that my downline created, please stay tuned for more creations coming your way tomorrow as I post Part Two of our Stamping to Share Demo Swap Cards. Have a great day!!
Who doesn't like to shop in their jammies? Did you know that every person who places an online order with me receives a hand stamped card in the mail? Unfortunately, if you select "no contact" when you are checking out, I won't be able to send a card because I won't have your address information! It's a good idea to avoid that box so that I can give you the best possible customer service! Thanks!
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