This is a fun fast Christmas Card using the Lights Aglow Christmas Paper. This paper has been very versatile this holiday season. I used this one for a team swap.. I love the foiled elements adding so much sparkle to the project.
Measurements and Supplies for today’s Fast Lights Aglow Christmas Card:
• I used a Soft Succulent Base measuring 8 ½” by 5 ½”, scored and folded at 4 ¼”
• A piece of Lights Aglow 6” by 6” DSP” piece for the front of the card is 3” by 4 ½”, and is matted with a piece of Evening Evergreen 3 1/4″ by 4 3/4″ a piece of the DSP 4 ½” by ½” for the inside of the card
• For the Inside of the card Evening Evergreen 1 piece 4” by 5 ¼” for the inside, plus a piece of white 3 3/4″ by 5”
Thanks for stopping by, let me know if you have questions.
Here is my entry for the November 2021Blog Hop, Christmas Cards, for Ingenuity Inkers.
Can you tell? I have fallen in love with the Eden’s Garden Suite. I can’t stop working with this set. I just love this design for a Christmas card. The wreath using the darker Specialty Designer Series paper is a favorite of mine it picks up the Gold Foil accents. Then, the Gold in the Ribbon and the gold leaves are a perfect compliment. Also the gems are so pretty with Evening Evergreen and Cherry Cobbler Accents are just the right touch to make this card complete.
Here is a look at the inside of the card.
The gold leaves and ribbon add so much to this design. This may be my, go to, Christmas Card for this season. Thanks so much for stopping by.
Love you all!!
Here are the measurements and supplies for todays Blog Hop Christmas Card
I used a Basic Thick White card base 8 ½” by 5 ½”, scored and folded at 4 ¼”,
Then two pieces of Basic White Cardstock, 3½” by 5” for layering on the front of the card and the inside of the card
For Layering I used 2 pieces 4” by 5 ¼” piece of the Evening Evergreen Shimmer Vellum paper on the front of the card and the inside of the card
Next, a 4” by 5 ¼” piece of the darker Specialty Designer Series Paper piece to cut the large wreath for the front of the card
Use scrap Cherry Cobbler paper to cut 1 of the smaller berry dies for use on the outside of the card
Finally, You will need enough of the Cherry Cobbler Metallic ribbon to make a bow for the front and add a strip to the inside of the card
This is the Stunning Christmas Rose Card, from the Christmas Time is Here Suite. This medley of products is available only during the month of November, or while supplies last. This is one I would get ASAP, I expect it to sell out. In addition to the Suite contents, I used, Cherry Cobbler paper and ink, gold foil paper, my early espresso marker and many of my alcohol blend markers. See the list below.
This beautiful suite of products has so many possibilities for gorgeous cards, it is amazing. I will be making addition videos using this material during November to give you additional ideas. I have listed below the whole suite. On this one the individual pieces are also available for sale.
This is card #8, the Perfectly Plaid Christmas Tree Card. This delightful card features 3 trees on the front raised on dimensionals. This gives the illusion 3D. The colors are very traditional without looking old fashioned. The gold touches add to the festive look of this beauty.
This card can be made with one 6″ X 6″ pieces of the plaid paper. You can change the look by changing the plaid. This card is very simple to put together., an easy one for mass production.
This beautiful Three panel Christmas Card is from the Brightly Gleaming Bundle in the 2019 Holiday Catalog.
I used a Night of Navy card base measuring 11” by 5 ½ “, scored and folded at 3 ½ “ and 7 ¾ “. Next I cut a piece of Very Vanilla measuring 4″ by 5 ¼” for the inside panel. I also used 2 additional pieces of Very Vanilla cut at 3 1/8” by 5 ¼ “ for the front panel, and a piece cut at 2 1/8 “ by 3 ½ ” for inside the copper frame. You will need 3 Pieces of DSP, 1 piece cut 5 ¼ “ by 3”, and two different pieces cut 1 “ by 5 ¼ “ and 1 piece of Copper at least 3 ¾” by 2 ½ “.
This card is a little Fiddly but well worth the effort, it is beautiful.
My name is Linda Bedinger and welcome to Ink and Ingenuity. I'm excited to share my love of Stampin' Up! with you!
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