Thursday, June 30, 2016

Peace This Christmas Card - Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop

Christmas in July. Do you do it? For us it's as simple as a festive meal with friends at a time of year where we want to be cosy inside. You just omit the stress of the actual season. For others it means getting ahead on their Christmas crafts... Yes, really! Here's a simple Christmas card idea that you could easily replicate however many times you need. Then when November rolls around all you have to do is slip them in the post. Tick!

Peace This Christmas Card ~ Susan Wong

Peace This Christmas Card ~ Susan Wong



To stamp the wreath I used the Peace This Christmas Stamp Set and a stunning new colour combo. Emerald Envy with Mint Macaron? Yes please! 

Christmas Colour Combo ~ Susan Wong



I used the new Layering Circle Framelits for the sentiment then traced around the inside of the circle one size smaller to use as a guide for stamping the wreath. Easy as!

Peace This Christmas Tip ~ Susan Wong



Supplies Used:
Stamps: Peace This Christmas
Inks: Emerald Envy, Mint Macaron
Papers: Whisper White, Smoky Slate, Watercolour Paper, This Christmas DSP (on envelope)
Accessories: Layering Circle Framelits, Gold 1/4" Natural Trim, Handheld Stapler, Gold Wink of Stella Brush


Tune in for our Facebook showcase this time in two weeks for heaps more Christmas in July ideas! But right now, let's go see what Val has made... I can't wait :)



10 comments:

  1. Super cute! Love this and you'll find out just how much in a couple of weeks ;)

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  2. This color combo is so awesome. Totally going to use this. Your project is amazing Susan, as always. XOXO

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  3. The colours! Swoon! Love this combo, and it's a fab clean and simple card. Gorgeous!

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  4. I love how this is soft and pretty with little touches of glam! Beautifully done, Susan!

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  5. Simple and stunning! Lovely card, Susan!

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  6. wow, so simply and so beautiful!!

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  7. Just a beauty! Great for mass production at Christmas rush!

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