Sharing Tidings of Christmas …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

It’s finally the weekend … and I’m happy!! I’m also happy to share 3 totally different cards that were created with the same pack of Designer Series paper. I want you to see a couple different ways you can use your paper.

Stampin’ Up! is hosting a Designer Series paper sale which is in progress right now! There are 9 different packages on sale (listed below) … today I’m going to showcase the Tidings of Christmas paper …

The Tidings of Christmas Designer paper is 6 x 6″! I love that you can purchase one, two or more at a savings of 15% … this is so much different than what we had in the past!! Here is a list of the other 8 designer papers …

Here’s my first sample from the Tidings of Christmas Designer Series paper …. Using your designer paper as the background makes it super simple to make your holiday cards quickly and easily.

I love the color pallet of this paper, with the new Soft Succulent, Evening Evergreen and Cherry Cobbler … so pretty together. This pattern can be used in so many ways, and not only for Christmas but a nice birthday card for those who’s birthdays fall during the holiday season.

The next card has a similar pattern but done in Misty Moonlight and Soft Succulent …

I used the coordinating stamp set and dies from the Tidings of Christmas suite … I love these stockings and the stamped patterns work so nicely with the designer paper. The die cut greenery also coordinates with the designer paper!

My third card uses the designer paper to lighten up the card but allows me to accent it with the beautiful Gold Specialty paper. I also like that this paper adds that special touch without using your “non-traditional” colors …

There are so many cool patterns in this Tidings of Christmas paper pack alone so I’ll share more with you during the sale!!

Thank you for spending some time with me today!

Have a wonderful day ~

5 thoughts on “Sharing Tidings of Christmas …

    • Hello Carol,
      The tag created for my greeting was done with the Elegant Tag punch … just punch both ends of your cardstock. You will have to “slide” the second side of your cardstock “into” the back of the punch to get this effect. I hope that explains it. Maybe I’ll make a quick video showing how this is done.
      Thanks for stopping by my blog, and your kind words.
      Have a good day, Linda

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