Last two Christmas in July
Here are the Last two Christmas in July cards from our Stamp-a-Stack. Looking for the first two?? Check this post here. Our first one is the fun fold of the Stack. A super easy fun fold at that. We also did this one for the Fun Fold class last month, here. With this idea it really makes the Snowman the focal point. Even with that simple DSP background. Wondering about that super cute snowman?? He is from the Snowman Season stamp set. Which in case you are looking it also has a Snowman Builder punch.
It punches the snowman from the envelope.
Anyway, just a reminder that the DSP, Red Rhinestones and Ribbon were included in this class.
Dontcha, love that the inside snowflakes adds to the front of the card too. What do I mean?? Check the first photo again. Really, You will want to plan the placement of the snowflakes and especially the sentiment. I really just fits behind that “scrap”pieces. Ohhh, do not forget to stamp your envelopes. We did on all of the cards. It just adds some festive fun!! Plus it really is an easy add!!
Fourth and final card for the Stamp-a-Stack. This one I think is one that you can MASS produce, super quick. This card uses the Perfectly Plaid stamp set and coordinating Pine Tree punch. Ohhh, how I love that mix of patterns. I think that this needs a hashtag, pattern mixing??
humm, what do you think??
Help me come up with an idea please. You know that there will be much more of this. Why?? Because I like to push you to try some new stuff. Well just a little push.
I wanted to point out that I did add a piece of cardstock behind the ribbon. If I had used a solid ribbon instead of an organza/sheer ribbon there would be no need. I feel that is looks more finished. Plus, it helps to separate the two different patterns. Here is my favorite part. I love how simple the inside is. Using the Soft Succulent for the tree. Then Evening Evergreen for the sentiment. LOVE IT!!
Okay, that is it, the Christmas in July is a wrap. I hope you enjoyed my ideas. I would love for you to join us for the next class. Which is a “It Started With…” class. If you love 3D projects then this class is for you!! Comment or email me to get all the information. Plus it will be sharing the projects in my lives.
Hugs and Have a Great Day getting Crafty!!