Hi Stampers. Happy Monday.  Can you believe Thanksgiving is this week?!?  Time is flying by so fast!  Last week, I held a Christmas card class and we made some quick and easy Christmas cards.  I will need to be creating some in bulk.in order to have mine all done in time!

Stampin' Up! Perfectly Plaid bundle Wrapped in Plaid DSP handmade Christmas Card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

This card starts with a thick Whisper White card base followed by a layer of Cherry Cobbler CS and a layer of Perfectly Plaid DSP,  Isn’t that envelope flap cute?  That was created using Shaded Spruce ink and stamps from the Perfectly Plaid stamp set.

Stampin' Up! Perfectly Plaid bundle Wrapped in Plaid DSP handmade Christmas Card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

On that main Whisper White top layer, I stamped Merry Christmas in Cherry Cobbler ink and punched out the tree. I then attatched it to a Shaded Spruce layer, stamped the tree and then added them to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

In order to stamp the tree perfectly in the center of the punch, we used the Stamparatus.

  1. Place the Shaded Spruce and Whisper White layers in the stamparatus
  2. Hold these in place using the Stamparatus magnets
  3. Place the stamp in the punched out tree
  4. Pick up the stamp using the Stamparatus plate
  5. In the tree stamp with Shaded Spruce ink
  6. Stamp the tree into the cutout.

Stampin' Up! Perfectly Plaid bundle Wrapped in Plaid DSP handmade Christmas Card by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations

The inside sentiment and trees (from the same Perfectly Plaid stamp set) were stamped using Shaded Spruce ink.  There you have it – quick and easy! You still have time to order the supplies and have them in time to create some super cute Christmas cards!  (links provided below).

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Snowman Season Customer Appreciation PDF from Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations for November 2019

This month’s PDF is all about the Snowman Season Bundle. This PDF includes all the instructions to create six adorable cards – I’ve even included a few simple fancy folds!.

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