Welcome to Team Stamp It’s August Blog Hop! Thank you for joining us! This month, we feature fall-themed cards and projects. Visit all of the blogs on the hop for crafting inspiration. Be sure to leave a comment on each with the hashtag #stampitcontest. You could win the Christmas Whimsy All-Inclusive Card Kit.
Gingham Cottage for Fall
Quick and easy is often the answer when it comes to card making. It helps to make a stack of the same card and have them on hand when the need arises. I think today’s card fits that criteria well.
stamp leaf from Season of Chic stamp set with So Saffron ink on a So Saffron card base
stamp on a leaf from the Leaf Label and Amber Gem Pack (You may have missed these in the July-December 2022 Mini Catalog. The leaf comes in a package of 25 precut Kraft leaves and 50 gems.)
finish with a bow created with the Gold Shimmer Ribbon.
I also created a matching gift bag.
Thanks so much for visiting today and hopping along with Team Stamp It. Remember to visit all of the blogs. The list is below. Comment with the #hashtag #stampitcontest for a chance to win a Christmas Whimsy Kit.
Sometimes, you need a quick gift box for a last-minute gift. Keep some of Stampin’ Up!’s Kraft Gift Boxes on hand. (Find them on page 140 of Stampin’ Up!’s 2022-2023 Annual Catalog.) You receive ten of them for $10. During SaleABration — now through August 31, 2002, receive a package free with a $50 order.
They’re very easy to assemble. Watch the video below for a quick visual.
They’re large enough to hold full-size cards and envelopes as well as other small gifts. And, you can decorate them any way you want to match the gift or the holiday for which you’re giving. Or, don’t decorate them at all; they have a peekaboo window to showcase what’s inside. Adorn with a ribbon and a gift tag, and you’re good to go!
Season of Chic Gift Box
Here are the other products I used to create this box:
Gingham Cottage 12 x 12 Designer Series Paper–Pumpkin Pie Design (found in the July-December 2022 Mini Catalog)
Season of Chic Stamp Set
Shaded Summer Stamp Set
Stylish Shapes Dies
Layering Circles Dies
Early Espresso Faux Suede Trim
Champagne Rhinestone Jewels
Pumpkin Pie, Crumb Cake, and Early Espresso Ink
I created matching note cards to include in this gift box with the Kraft Note Cards and Envelopes.
Gift Box Video
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Welcome to Team Stamp It’s July Blog Hop! This month, we feature Christmas in July cards and projects. Be sure to visit all of the blogs on the hop to get a host of holiday inspiration. Leave a comment on each with the hashtag #stampitcontest for a chance to win a Million Thanks Card Kit.
My card today features the Trees for Sale stamp set (page 39 of Stampin’ Up! July-December 2022 Mini Catalog) and the Tree Lot Dies . (Please note: These dies have sold out and are no longer available. However, I have a set available on my BOGO sale. Click here for details.)
I have to admit, I wasn’t going to get these dies. I’m just not a fan of little pieces. But my friend and fellow demonstrator, Ginger, sold me on the dies and the stamp set. (I think it was the puppy that sealed the deal.)
Now, I’m thinking of all the ways to use all those little pieces I was complaining about.
Note: SaleABration items are available while supplies last. So if you like these, get them sooner rather than later. Click here to see the other items available during SaleABration.
Tree Lot Dies Christmas Card
I created this card for my Christmas in July in-person card class. The participants loved it!
Hint: I applied Stampin’ Up!’s adhesive sheets to the card stock before die cutting the smaller pieces for the camper. This made it easier to assemble; we didn’t have to figure out how to get glue or tape on the tiny pieces.
I also used a piece of the Gingham Cottage 12 x 12 Designer Series Paper, available in the July-December Mini Catalog. This package boasts 48 sheets, and it’s perfect for all of your fall and holiday crafting projects.
Thanks so much for visiting my blog today. I hope you enjoy this Christmas card, and I hope you’re inspired to start creating your own.
Please let me know if I can help in any way.
Remember to visit all of the blogs on the hop and leave a comment for a chance to win A Million Thanks Card Kit.
Congratulations to Kay Grover who won last month’s contest.
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