Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Knock 'em out Christmas Cards Part 2 - Wrapped in Plaid Suite



Howdy,

Welcome to my Blog post, today we will be
continuing looking at how to quickly knock 'em out christmas cards using the gorgeous Stampin' Up! Wrapped in Plaid Suite. This is a part 2, so if you haven't checked seen part 1, make sure you go check it out.

We are once again using the gorgeous Wrapped in Plaid Designer Series Paper (DSP) which is double sided 6x6" papers (4 of each design) some with beautiful gold foiling, the Pine Tree Punch and the Itty Bitty Christmas stamp set. I intentionally focused on the same prodcuts not just because I'm somewhat obsessed with them, especially the Wrapped in Plaid DSP, but to show how we can vary designs using these materials to maximise card options without additional expenses.

The 3 cards I made are all kept simple so that we can quickly knock 'em out when we are trying to mass produce Christmas cards in the desperate hope to actually get them out in time.

Want to watch a how I created them, Click Here to head over to my YouTube clip. Don't forget to subscribe to my channel while you are there to get all the little how tos on my cards, paper crafts and more.



Of course, you don't need to keep it that basic, you can easily bling it up. Here is a very quick version of dressing it up with some copper sparkle from our Brightly Gleaming Suite which is also part of the Holiday's Catalogue. How can you resist a bit of bling. Mmmmmm Metallics.



The best bit is that it is a easily adaptable design where you can use what you like to dress it up and make it your own. There are no limits to how fancy you can make it or how many different ways you can use these same products to create different options.



Keep your eye's peeled for the details of our SPECIAL knock 'em out christmas card workshop, coming in late November to the Mooroolbark area. Details to be released very shortly, spot will fill fast for this one.



Thanks for coming over and having a look, I hope you feel inspired to start your Christmas cards, please see below for a link to products used to create the above cards.

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