Noel Card, SUO Challenge

This weeks challenge is Favorite Holiday Colors. For me its Red (or Cherry Cobbler) and Green, (Garden Green), because we always think in Stampin’ Up! Colors, right? Or is it just me? LOL

This was a really simple card. I first stamped the stars from Tags & Trimmings in Basic Grey, at an angle, then die cut NOEL from that piece using the Large Letters Framelits. I adhered that piece minus the letters with snail then put dimensionals on the letters and put them right back where they should go. I die cut the holly leaves from the Quilt Builder Thinlits and sponged with Garden Green and kind of squished them up a bit. Added them with Glue Dots. Used the 1/8″ Hand Held Circle punch and Red Glimmer Paper for the berries. I used Tombow Liquid Glue to adhere.

See I told you it was a simple & fast card. I forgot to mention the Designer Paper is from the Be Merry Designer Series Paper.

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2 Comments

  1. Thank you for explaining how you made this card. I can now try to “case” the card.

    • cindeewilkinson

      Thanks so much Linda! I really try to make sure you can case my creations. Isn’t that why we share?

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