Christmas Stamp-a-Stack Cards

November 14, 2009 at 11:20 am 2 comments

I’ve been a bit busy lately with plenty of crafting and stamping!

I was so busy that my new pre-order products from the brand new Summer Mini arrived on Wednesday and I didn’t get a chance to play with them til late Friday night!! I have a sneak peeks that I want to show you as well, so stay tuned…!

I had a wonderful group of girls over for a Christmas Stamp-a-Stack on Wednesday and we had a great time, as we always do! These are the Christmas cards that the girls made, using the Season of Joy stamp set (my fave all-rounder Christmas set because it is so versatile) and my new Punch Pals stamp set (my new fave because it is just so cute!).

The first four are Season of Joy cards:

Christmas SAS1

These two cards used the Real Red, Old Olive & Chocolate Chip markers to create a multi-coloured image that is simple but gives a great effect.

Christmas SAS2

Some Christmas baubles using the snowflake and swirl image and some Circle Punches:

Christmas SAS3

Some pretty Christmassy flowers (this is a great design to make in bulk – just stamp lots of swirls on pieces of white card, a page full of flowers, cut them out and voila!).

Christmas SAS4

The next four cards used the Punch Pals set with some cute snowmen and penguins – the girls fell in love with these cuties! I’m not normally a huge fan of snow images for Christmas, seeing as we don’t really get anything remotely snow-like at Christmas in Australia, but these stamps won me over!

Meet Mr Snowman:

Christmas SAS5

And his friend, Mr Penguin:

Christmas SAS6

Mr Snowman with his Christmas tree and a little bit of faux snow!

Christmas SAS7

And the forest where Mr Snowman lives… or a whole bunch of Christmas trees, I’m not sure! Maybe this is the Tree Farm where you go to pick out your Christmas tree… !!

Christmas SAS8

If you need to get supplies to make your own Christmas cards, then just call or email me to place your order so you can get started soon.

If you would like to make it even easier to make your own Christmas cards, just choose one of my Christmas cards that you like, tell me the number of cards you want to make and I can design a pack for you with all the supplies you need and have it delivered to your door!! I’ll even include your own copy of the card you want to use for inspiration!

Now that definitely takes the stress out of Christmas planning!!

Happy Christmas stamping!

“Season of Joy 1&2”
Stamps: Season of Joy, Best Yet
Paper: Kraft, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
Ink: Real Red, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, VersaMark
Accessories: Real Red/ Old Olive Grosgrain Ribbon, Scallop Border Punch, Stampin Dimensionals

“Season of Joy 3 & 4”
Stamps: Season of Joy
Paper: Real Red, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
Ink: Real Red, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip
Accessories: 11/4” & 13/8” Circle Punch, Stampin Dimensionals

“Punch Pals 1&2”
Stamps: Punch Pals
Paper: Ruby Red, Basic Grey, Baja Breeze, Whisper White, Ski Slope DSP
Ink: Ruby Red, Basic Grey, Baja Breeze, Kiwi Kiss, Pumpkin Pie
Accessories: Large Tag Punch, Word Window Punch, 13/8” Circle Punch, Scallop Circle Punch, Silver Cord, Stampin Dimensionals

“Punch Pals 3&4”
Stamps: Punch Pals, Cute & Curly, Occasional Greetings
Paper: Ruby Red, Old Olive, Basic Grey, Whisper White
Ink: Ruby Red, Basic Grey, Baja Breeze, Kiwi Kiss, Summer Sun
Accessories: Curvy Label Punch, Wide Oval Punch, White Gel Pen, Sponge, Stampin Dimensionals


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  • 1. Sarah-Jane Kale'  |  November 19, 2009 at 10:16 am

    How on earth did I miss these delightful little cards!!!!! Michelle, these are gorgeous. And fabulous cards to make LOTS of!!!

    Hmmm perhaps I should get cracking on my Chrissy cards, considering we go away in 2wks and get back a week before Christmas. Ok PANIC now!!!!

    Ooohh My glass mat arrived too….. How much fun is that little toy!!!

    xx Sarah

  • 2. stampingspot  |  November 19, 2009 at 9:46 pm

    Thanks Sarah-Jane! I had fun creating these cards though I always find it a little tricky making simple cards for Stamp-a-Stacks because I want to keep adding more and more! Put keeping them simple also makes them easy to create in large quantities!!
    Have fun with your Circle Scissors and your glass mat! You will have a whole pile of “just because” circles like me soon!
    M x


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