Hello Stampers! Today’s card is made with the Quilt Builder Framelits. I REALLY like this set of dies and the matching stamp set. I have so many friends who are quilters that this set will be used over and over in so many different ways.
This is another card we made in our Christmas Card Class and I made about 20 myself…this is one of my cards I’m sending to friends and family. I actually made enough extras of each of the Christmas Card Class examples to fill my own personal card list. Yay!
Sorry about the deep colors…I’m trying out a new editing app since PicMonkey no longer offers FREE editing. I need to work with this new one to get the hang of it.
We had so much fun with this card. We actually die cut each piece then put it back together to glue it into the frame of the patchwork. Trust me…we learned that isn’t necessary…you can just die cut the DSP, die cut the black frame, adhere frame over DSP and you’re done. Why didn’t I think of that when I was creating this card!!!
The extra touch of holly leaves really adds to this design.
I LOVE this sentiment…what it says and the font.
This inside sentiment is from a retired stamp set called Versatile Christmas. I find that after the Holiday Catalog ends we never see some of our favorite stamp sets or dies again. Don’t let that happen to you…if you really like something in the Holiday Catalog then buy it BEFORE January 2, 2018
Stampin’ Up Products Used:
Stamp Sets – Christmas Quilt, Oh, What Fun (on the envelope), Versatile Christmas (R)
Ink – Real Red, Garden Green
Paper – Real Red, Garden Green, Whisper White, Black, Quilted Christmas DSP
Accessories – Quilt Builder Framelits, Paper Punch (for berries)
I hope you enjoyed today’s post and card.
This is such a wonderful season for making and sending cards. It’s still not too late to make your own cards for sending. The design can be simple and your family and friends will be so impressed and you will get pleasure out of making them. If you need help with ideas…just give me a call or email me. Together we can come up with something to your liking.
Until my next post…Happy Stamping! Donna 🙂