Tutorial: Making a Christmas Card with the Winter Thank You Stamp Set with Keisha Campbell

The holiday season is coming, fast! I am sharing a quick Christmas ornament card I made using the Winter Thank You stamp set from Katie Thierjung.

1. To make the two ornaments out of pattern paper-I used a circle tag die, you could use any circle die or large 3in circle punch.

2. Stamp a strip of paper with the sentiment and add to one of the ornaments.

3. For the second ornament-I stamped the tree and cut the tree out, then I added the tree to the second ornament.

4. Add the string.

5. Apply the first decorated ornament to the card with tape/glue.

6. Add the second ornament to the card with 3D pop dots.

7. Randomly glue rhinestones to the tree.

8. Diecut the title and apply to card with mini clothespin.

Supplies: Winter Thank You Stamp Set by Katie Thierjung; Winter Craft Die; Canyonlands Paper Pad; Color Theory Ink Pads: Lime Light and Going Green

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  1. pinksoup says…

    Really love everything about this card!! So many cool techniques to use over and over. Now I know what to do with all my tiny clothespins.

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  2. cmsplitt says…

    SOOO cute!!! Love the different layers! I'm gonna need to get my hands on some of those 3D pop dots/squares. Yes indeed.
    ETA: This is probably a dumb question, but how do you get that great stitched look on the boarder of your card without actually stitching it? Is that a die cut? Or is it actually stitched? I can't see the thread! :)

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  3. jamiewaters says…

    So pretty. It looks like it was a lot of fun to make. Does that sound so silly? LOL i mean it though! :)

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