Trimming the Tree Christmas Card

Making your own handmade Christmas cards just got easier with Stampin’ Up!’s Trimming the Tree Bundle. The Trimming the Tree stamp set was released in the 2022-2023 Annual Catalog. And, just this month, Stampin’ Up! began offering coordinating dies. Buy the Trimming the Trees Stamp Set and Tree Trimmings Dies as a bundle and save 10 percent. This special ends September 30 or while supplies last.

The dies cut the large tree, create two 3D-like trees, and give lots of options for decorating the tree with garland, stars, ribbons, baubles; there’s even a pot for the tree. And, the labels for the sentiments are unique.

Trimming the Tree Christmas Card

I used the Soft Succulent pattern from the Festive Foils Specialty Designer Series Paper to create the above card.

In addition to the Trimming the Tree Bundle, look for five other brand-new, limited-time bundled sets. 

From pigs to yetis and flowers, these new bundles offer a lot of fun choices for paper crafting with rubber stamps, ink, and paper.

Trimming the Tree Christmas Card

The card above uses a few other current Stampin’ Up! products, including:

  • Festive Foils 12 x 12 Specialty Paper
  • Glimmer 12 x 12 Specialty Paper 
  • Evening Evergreen, Soft Succulent, Crumb Cake, and Basic White Card Stock
  • Cherry Cobbler, Evening Evergreen, and Soft Succulent Ink
  • Champagne Rhinestones

See this post for another card using the Trimming the Tree Bundle.

Trimming the Tree Christmas Card Video



Thanks so much for visiting my blog today. I hope this project gives you ideas to start creating your own holiday cards. Copy this card as is or use the layout to design a different card with the stamps, ink, and paper you have on hand.

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