Simply Sunday: Itty Bitty Christmas

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Hope you are enjoying your weekend, it’s a bit chilly here … I don’t think any of us are used to that!!  I think it’s the perfect weather to stamp!! Today I have a simply but pretty card I’d like to share. I have used the Itty Bitty Christmas Bundle.  I think it’s one of those “overlooked” bundles in the catalog … I love it! So many greetings and some amazing die cuts.  Let me show you …

Just starting to create my Christmas showcase of cards and I started began with the Itty Bitty Christmas Bundle and paired it with the Wrapped In Plaid Specialty Designer Series Paper.  I also used the Gold Foil paper to pull out the gold from the designer paper.

The Gold Foil was cut 4-3/4″ x 3-1/4″ which makes it large enough to place the die onto it and cut out your design … your plaid paper will cover it nicely.  You get the beautiful gold trim around your designer paper and your design cut out.

I used Whisper White cardstock for my inside and for the greeting which is stamped in the Shaded Spruce ink, then punched it out using the Pretty Label Punch.  To highlight the red in the Wrapped In Plaid Specialty Designer Series Paper … I added the Red Rhinestones.  A few Stampin’ Dimensionals to pop up the greeting and then the designer piece and our card is complete.

This card would look pretty without our die cuts for those of you who are new to stamping and may not have a die cutting machine yet, but the sure do add a nice touch!

I hope you enjoyed todays card … I will be sharing more of the Itty Bitty Christmas Bundle the next few days.

Thank you for taking the time to visit with me today. I hope you have a warm and peaceful day.



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