Christmas in July

Why not join me and get a jump start on your Christmas cards? If we begin now, they might be done by Christmas and we wouldn’t be stressed.

This weeks challenge at Late Night Stampers is a Christmas in July card. My current Christmas paper has not arrived so I used Pink Flamingo designer paper and the nontradional color of Cameo Coral. I really like how the card turned out. Hope you like it too!

Challenge 30

Card Recipe:
Stamps:
Big on Christmas
Cardstock: Old Olive, Cameo Coral, Shimmery White, Real Red, Pink Flamingo DP
Ink: Basic Black, Real Red, Old Olive, Crushed Curry, Soft Suede, Versamark
Accessories: Old Olive ribbon, Top Note die, Clear embossing powder, heat tool, piercing tool

1. Begin by folding 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ Old Olive in half. Layer 4″ x 5 1/4″ Cameo Coral and 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″ Pink Flamingo DP. Pierce corners and mount to card base with dimensionals.

2. Die cut one Shimmery White and Real Red Top Note die. Trim white edge of Shimmery White top note. Attach 1 1/4″ x 4 3/8″ Pink Flamingo DP to the bottom of Shimmery White and trim. Attach 3/16″ x 4 3/8″ Real Red strip at seam and trim. Attach to Real Red Top Note.

3. Stamp “Happy Holidays” in Basic Black and watercolor in Old Olive, Real Red, Crushed Curry, Soft Suede. Color text using Versamark pen, cover with clear embossing powder, and heat. Wrap top note die in Old Olive ribbon and tie bow. Attach finished piece to card base centered.

Hope you have a wonderful day!

Dacia Smith

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4 thoughts on “Christmas in July

  1. Stunning, Dacia! I love the less traditional colours and I am also using Pink Flamingo for my Christmas Cards.

    Thanks for inspiring me to get to my stamping table!

  2. Very cute card. I’m hoping to finish my sister-in-laws wedding invites by this weekend. It sounds like fun to start working on Christmas cards. I send out a ton, so I need to get busy:)

    Have a happy Friday, Dacia!

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