Oct 20 2010

A Vintage Christmas

Stampin Up Canada Vintage Christmas Holiday Bundle

 

My Dreaming About Rubber Stamps Team got together on Saturday for a Shoebox Swap. What a blast!

In a shoebox swap, each participant puts all of the supplies to make their card or project, including stamps, inks, cardstock, etc into a small box. Then each stamper moves through the stations completing each card. Every eight minutes a bell was rung to tell everyone to move to the next station. It doesn’t sound like alot of time but because the cardstock is pre-cut you really can make cards that quickly.

This card was designed by Karen Yeomans for our swap. I wanted to share it with you today because it is a great sample using the Vintage Christmas Card Bundle that is included in the Handmade Holiday promotion that Stampin’ Up! is offering right now.

Want more information on joining Stampin’ Up! and my DARS Team of demonstrators, click here.

 

This bundle includes the Bells & Boughs stamp set in either clear or wood mount and the Deck the Halls Designer Series Paper at a 20 percent savings. To order this stamp set bundle in clear, it is $24.36, #124068. The wood mount stamp set bundle is $29.96, #124067.

This Bells & Boughs stamp set is really versatile and paired with the Deck the Halls paper, you can create so many Christmas cards and projects. See another card I made using this same stamp set and paper here.

 
 

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Stamps: Bells & Boughs 

Inks: Cherry Cobbler, Always Artichoke

Paper: Deck the Halls DSP, Cherry Cobbler, Always Artichoke, Crumb Cake

Punches: Ticket Corner

Other: Deck the Halls Big Designer Buttons, Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding, Hemp Twine, Sponge, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Mini Glue Dots

 

 

Stampin Up Canada Deck the Halls Paper

 

Vintage Christmas Card Bundle

Includes the Bells & Boughs Stamp Set and Deck the Halls Paper

Clear $24.36, #124068

Wood $29.96, #124067

Pages 18 – 19 of the Holiday Mini Catalogue


 

Don’t think it, ink it!

 

 

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