A Thoughtful Branches Christmas …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I know we have some time yet before Christmas, but I know many of you like to get your ideas early so you can begin your holiday stamping.

Today I’d like to share with you a beautiful Christmas card I designed with the Thoughtful Branches stamp set. It’s one of the cards that we made at my Hostess Appreciation Party.  I wanted to used the pretty pine tree from the stamp set and here is what I came up with …


It’s so easy to align the foliage with the branches when using the photopolymer stamps… just make sure you have plenty of ink in your ink pads or the tend to stick to the paper a bit.

I teamed up my Thoughtful Branches with the pretty “This Christmas Specialty Designer Series Paper” from the annual catalog. This is a great paper stack when making cards because there are actually 4 – 12 x 12 sheets each of 6 double-sided designs … a total of 24 sheets!


OK stampers … put this on your wish list: “Holly Berry Happiness” – this is the stamp set that I took the greeting from – page 27 in the Holiday Catalog. I love the holly, and the bows, and I LOVE the Coordinating Punch!

Last but not least …. I finished off my card with a pretty little bow made from the Cherry Cobbler Bakers Twine, just as you would complete a gift.


I hope you enjoyed my card today … Remember that the “Thoughtful Branches” is an exclusive stamp set / bundle which end on August 31st, so if you really like this … just click the link I have for you below and you can purchase it today.

Thank you so much for the visit today, hope your day is a good one.




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