Hello Stampin’ Friends,
Today I have several samples highlighting the Painted Christmas Suite!! I know I said I was going to post the “Hope” Paper Pumpkin but I will be back with some sweet samples for you!
Bring the beauty of nature into your Christmas season with the Painted Christmas Suite. This mega-suite includes two stamp and die bundles, plus gorgeous, coordinating ribbon, Painted Christmas Designer Series Paper, and Gold Holly Leaves.
The Christmas Season Bundle (#156801) features two-step stamp images of pine cones, holly leaves, and other greenery in a soft watercolored look. The coordinating dies include many of the stamp images plus an assortment of labels perfect for adding greetings or creating Christmas gift tags.
The Christmas to Remember Bundle (#156806) is all about thoughtful holiday sentiments that feature mixed fonts and handwritten scripts. The coordinating die set is a unique, layered background image of pine branches, plus an assortment of coordinating pine cones. Each is great on their own, but even better together!
Have a beautiful day ~
Stampin’ Hugs, Linda
Pastel Christmas Season Card
#156801 – Christmas Season Bundle
(#156293Christmas Season stamp set & #156299 Seasonal Labels Dies)
#156449 – Encircled in Warmth Stamp Set
#159276 – Basic White, #146982 Balmy Blue
#147100 – Blushing Bride, #153114 – Cinnamon Cider, #153118 – Misty Moonlight, #155778 – Soft Succulent
#156328 – Adorning Designs Decorative Masks, #142808 Palette Knives, #149653 Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine or #150673 Mini Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine, #127853 Silicone Craft Sheet (optional) or Grid Paper #130148
#103683 Mini Glue Dots, #104430 Stampin’ Dimensionals
#141979 Embossing Paste, #104199 Linen Thread, #156341 Blushing Bride 3/8” (1 Cm) Frayed Grosgrain Ribbon
Non-Stampin’ Up! Supplies
Blue Painter’s Tape or similar for holding mask in place.
TIPS: When using Embossing Paste, don’t worry about perfection. Having varying depths and textures adds to the overall effect. Clean up tools right after using, as the paste dries quickly, and is much easier to clean off the masks and tools while wet. Clean masks and tools with tepid running water and mild liquid dish soap. A soft damp cloth can also be used, but be careful not to bend edges of detailed mask images.
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