2016 Christmas Wrap Up

My 2016 Christmas Card Wrap Up!

It's December 31, 2016 and so before the year is out I just wanted to share my Christmas card designs I used for Christmas.  Most of them were inspired by the Catalogue or from Pinterest.  I loved each design and hope their recipients did too!

My first card featured Star of Light stamp set and matching thinlet dies.  This card was inspired from Pinterest and I made in a combination of colours including Night of Navy  or Cherry Cobbler or Old Olive, all paired with Silver.

I used coordinating ink colours with the cardstock base and Smoky Slate for the 'silvery' look of the stars.  I used up a few of my pieces of silver Glimmer CS too, so gorgeous :)

For my next set of cards (and I made many multiples of each), I used the Christmas Pines stamp set and matching Pretty Pines Thinlit dies.  This card was inspired from Stampin' Seasons found on Pinterest.

I used a strip of Red Glimmer CS for the feature and a few little gold sequins.  The green was Cucumber Crush - never thought I would use that for Christmas!!

I then used a funky folded card design that we learned at our Stampin' Up! Team night and made a whole stack of Christmas cards featuring the Merry Tags Framelit Dies.  I used scraps of DSP and glimmer stock.  Gorgeous :)

 The sentiments used on these cards were from the Star of Light stamp set (Merry Christmas) or Christmas Pines (Christmas Blessings).

These gorgeous dies then formed the feature of this next lot of cards (also Pinterest inspired) with only the colours of Cherry Cobbler and Whisper White, featuring a little rhinestone gem and linen thread.

The last few cards featured bits and pieces from my Christmas paper scrap pile!!  I found them from last year's Christmas card making!!

This card features the use of the Perfect Pines Framelits
Using the Perfect Pine Framelits and coordinating stamp set Peaceful Pines

I made this one at Mother's Group!
And my final card design was straight from the Catalogue using the Star of Light sets.  Colours exactly as in the Holiday Catalogue :)

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