I used the Stampin’ Up! Holly Jolly Greetings stamp set and a little of the Home for Christmas DSP to create my card for the Sunday Stamps sketch challenge this week.
Here is the sketch for Sunday Stamps SSC112. Be sure to stop by the Sunday Stamps blog to check out what the other Design Team Members have created and be sure to play along too!
I started by adhering two panels from the Home for Christmas DSP to panels of Early Espresso card stock with SNAIL. I adhered the two layered DSP panels to a larger panel of Read Red card stock with SNAIL.
I cut the sentiment with the Christmas Greetings Thinlits Die from Mossy Meadow and Early Espresso card stocks, then adhered them together (slightly off-set) and to the card front with the Fine-Tip Glue Pen.
I stamped the sentiment from the Holly Jolly Greetings stamp set in Early Espresso ink on the Real Red card stock panel under the die cut sentiments, then adhered the card front to an Early Espresso card base with SNAIL.
I pulled a strand of the Gold Cording Trim through a Home for Christmas Designer Button, tied a bow, then adhered it to the card front with a Glue Dot.
I stamped the sentiment from the Cozy Christmas stamp set in Real Red ink on a panel of Very Vanilla card stock and I adhered a strip of the Home for Christmas DSP on the inside of the card.
You can find a complete list of supplies, including card stock cuts, at the very bottom of this post.
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- Early Espresso – 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ card base, two 3″ x 4-1/2″ panels, Christmas Greetings Thinlits die cut
- Real Red – 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel
- Mossy Meadow – Christmas Greetings Thinlits die cut
- Very Vanilla – 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel (inside card)
- Home for Christmas Designer Series Paper – two 2-7/8″ x 4-3/8″ panels, 5/8″ x 5-1/4″ strip (inside card)
Stampin’ Up! items used to create this project: