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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Cards Made Using Simply Scrappin' Kit - Part 2 of 2

Here's is Part 2 of my creations using the Simply Scrappin' Christmas Jingle Kit from Stampin' Up!. If you missed Part 1 you can see it HERE.

This is so easy to use and a great way to make quick and easy cards. I did use additional card stock (11 sheets) to make my 21 cards. I used it for the card bases and then used the kit to embellish and accent.

I made layers using the Scallop Edge punch, item #112091. Don't you love the cute little Santa. He's from the Christmas Punch Level Two Stamp set. I accented the card with 1/4" chocolate chip grosgrain ribbon, item #111367 and a chocolate chip flower brad (item #112579). The scallop border across the top is from the die cut borders in the kit as are the designer series paper and chocolate chip textured card stock used in this card.

Lots of layering going on in this card. I like the mix of the solids, the dots, and the stripes. Think it makes the card more festive and bright. Season's Greetings is from Snow Swirled stamp set, item #111690.

I just couldn't make holiday cards without using my Delightful Decorations stamp set, item # 116517. I punched the stamped ornament shapes out using the Ornament Punch, item #116794. To accent the card, I used the solid color side of the 3/4" Polka-Dot Grosgrain Ribbon in Real Red, item #115608. The other side is polka dots. The beautiful chocolate chip and creamy vanilla border is a die cut.

Simple and easy and all done with die cuts in the kit.

I punched out ornaments using the designer series paper in the kit using the Ornament Punch, item #116794. The rest of the designs are die cuts from the kit. I used red glitter glue on the ornament caps.

Using my Stampin' Up! Big Shot and designer series paper in the kit, I cut out a Top Note die in red polka dots. The Top Note Die is a BigZ die that is exclusive to Stampin' Up! and is item #113463.

Earlier I mentioned cutting the borders die cuts at 5 1/2 " and 11" which left 1 inch. I used the inch pieces to make little boxes placing them on Whisper White Organza Ribbon, item #114319, which is 5/8" wide. The oval design was made with the Holiday Best Hostess Level 1 stamp set and real red classic ink.

I made the stitch marks on the Chocolate Chip card stock using the Uni-Ball Signo Gel pen, item #105021. Really adds to the look of the card. The tiny stripes at the bottom were what was left on the protective sheet when the larger border was pulled off. I used Christmas Punch Hostess Level 2 stamp set, item 115366, the sentiment.

Everything on this card is from the kit. It is nice that everything coordinates so well together, and is great to layer.

The little gift boxes were made with the leftover border die cuts. I layered them on real red card stock and added a 1/4" whisper white grosgrain ribbon, item #109025. For the Merry Christmas, you could use Christmas Greetings, item #115448.

I plan to stamp a greeting inside of each card. Just haven't done that part yet. I highly recommend too that you sign the backs of your cards or use one of our personalized stamps found on pages 136 thru 137 of the idea book & catalog 2009 - 2010.

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1 comment:

Stampin' Diva said...

Love this. I got two of these kits and plan to use them in some workshops!!!

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