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Christmas Christmas Card Series Stampin' Up! Technique Trees Winter Scenes

Toile Inspired Christmas – Day 7

Today, we are making a Toile inspired Christmas card. Toile is a fabric printed with a repeating pattern. The standard for Toile is single colour and the theme is usually the scenic French countryside. Toile is usually printed in black, blue or red for wallpaper or upholstery. Although the Campology stamp set is not a […]

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Animals Christmas Christmas Card Series Designer Series Paper Stampin' Up! Winter Scenes

Christmas Snow Globe – Day 5

Today’s card is a Christmas snow globe. I used my Stamparatus for this card because perfect alignment is key. You will also need a Cut & Emboss Machine to cut the hole of the snow globe dome. Having the right tools such as an embossing and cutting machine makes a difference when making cards en […]

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Christmas Embossing Packaging Inspiration Punch Stampin' Up!

Trimming The Town Card

Our card inspiration features the Trimming The Town DSP, a new set of papers from Stampin’ Up! found in the 2020 Christmas catalogue. First, what’s DSP? DSP – that’s Designer Series Paper in Stampin’ Up! language. They are printed papers that are double-sided, acid free, lignin free that has a thickness ideal for all kinds […]

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Zoo Globe Graduation Card

Our card inspiration today features Zoo Globe by Stampin’ Up!. This year has been challenging for all our students. Remote learning has changed education in ways that we never thought possible. It’s amazing how we all quickly adapted and so a big congratulations to all students graduating this year. Also to parents and carers who […]

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Birthdays Christmas Stampin' Up! Technique Winter Scenes

Snow Globe Card

Let’s make snow globe cards. There’s something enduring and timeless about snow globes. Christmas and cosy winter scenes come to mind. You feel like sitting next to a fire sipping your favourite cuppa, enjoying the flickering lights of your Christmas tree. Here in Australia, it’s summer from December to February. Christmas is usually warm and […]