Christmas blessings by Stampin’ Up …

Hi and welcome to my blog. With an extra Saturday in this month, we have an extra challenge for you at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown  – this time to pick a previous colour challenge. I dug deep into the colour challenges archive, and made my card using the colour scheme of challenge #9 from way back in September 2012, in brown, red and cream…

Christmas blessings stamp set by Stampin' Up!

I used baked brown sugar cardstock for the base, with layers of very vanilla cardstock and a splash of colour using red satin ribbon …

Christmas blessings stamp set by Stampin Up ribbon detail

I trimmed a section from the front of the card to reveal the dsp on the inside – something a little different …

Christmas blessings stamp set by Stampin Up peek inside the card

I hope you like my card for this week. The Design Team has created lots of lovely cards to inspire you, so do pop over to 52 Christmas Card Throwdown challenge blog to take a look.

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stamps: Christmas blessings;

inks: early espresso;

cardstock: baked brown sugar, very vanilla;

punches and dies: deco labels framelits;

accessories:  real red satin ribbon, mini glue dots, Trimcraft “Gilded Winter” Christmas paper;

All supplies from Stampin’ Up unless otherwise stated. 

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6 Comments to “Christmas blessings by Stampin’ Up …”

  1. Such an elegant card, Gill. So lovely. Great minds think alike on the colour combo!! 🙂 Xx

  2. Wow, Gill, this is so elegant! Lovely papers and that ribbon is just perfect. Great work. xx

  3. Really beautiful, love the colour combo

  4. A gorgeous card, love the more traditional colours of red and gold and I agree the papers are perfect xx

  5. superbe Gill, élégant, chic, trop classe, biz

  6. love that pretty, elegant and classic red bow

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