Another card that looks more complicated than it really is. I used Trim the Tree Designer Series Paper stack for this, but you could use any printed paper. The printed paper from Stampin’ Up! is great because it’s printed on both sides and it coordinates with the card stock and embellishments. You’ll find a stamp set that coordinates with the Snowflake Card Thinlits too.
Print the free pdf supply list and directions here.
So many wonderful deals on right now! Some of these would be perfect for your Christmas cards and tags.
Shop online from November 24 through December 2 and get great deals!
Online Extravaganza starts on Monday with select items and bundles at discounted prices. Plus, there will be limited-time door busters on the first and last days of Online Extravaganza. You don’t want to miss them! This sale lasts from November 24 through December 2, or while supplies last. Learn more about these deals and discover which products (including select Textured Impressions Embossing Folders) are going on sale here.
During Online Extravaganza, a few of our past Paper Pumpkin refill kits will be 20% off and available to ALL customers. (Please note that refill kits do not include stamps or ink.) On Monday, we will add two new kits to the existing Paper Pumpkin past kits offering (available to current subscribers only). Visit www.stampinup.com/paperpumpkin on Monday to see the latest kits available.
I had such a good time with this card! It goes together quite quickly. I used All Is Calm, but it would work great with just about any of our papers. Our double-sided Designer Series Paper is fabulous for these cards. Don’t you love the cards that look terrific and when you’re done you ask, “Am I done already?”
Download the pdf with the supply list and directions here.
I love this quick card for Thanksgiving or just a thank you card! Though I used a Big Shot to cut out the leaves, you could certainly make this card just by stamping the leaf with the three colors. You could also stamp them on scrap paper and cut them out.
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