Good Evening 🙂

Did you know it’s just 12 weeks till Christmas?  yep I checked the calendar twice!  So I thought since Christmas is on a Sunday that every Saturday (starting today) till Christmas I’ll share some Christmas projects with you.

This week I’m using the rather sweet Greetings from Santa stamp set …

Greetings from Santa $33 (Clear) $47 (Wood)

Now when I first saw this set I wasnt really taken with it and I know it’s designed to go with Detailed Santa Thinlits but I wanted to show you some projects made just using the Stamp Set.

So here are this week’s projects …


I do love that little tree and this one was fun to create with the stars and trees.  The trees look great when you stamp them first and second generation – it gives the card depth as the lighter ones appear to be in the distance.


Watercolor Wash backgrounds seem to be very ‘in’ at the moment and this one was easy to do on the Shimmery White cardstock.  This card is one I cased from our Demonstrator Magazine from Stampin’ Up! called Stampin’ Success – it’s great with tips, ideas, business tips and projects for workshops and classes.


Of course I had to do a ‘Naught or Nice’ card!  Very quick and easy with the Candy Cane Lane DSP.

Now I thought I’d offer you a special 12 Weeks of Christmas bundle …

Bundle Cost – $70 for clear and just $85 for Wood!  How awesome – not only do you get the Metallic Enamel Shapes for free but you also get free shipping!  This bundle is on offer until Friday 14th October.

How would you like the tutorials for these three cards?  Well you’ll get them when you purchase the Bundle or the Stamp Set this week!

I hope you like these cards as much as I liked making them to share with you!

Thanks for stopping ..

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  1. Super lovely card design’s,totally agree with you on the depth that the 2nd generation stamping gives. Your cards are always a winner with me.

  2. yay!!!!! I love seeing these types of cards I was wondering are you going are you going to another Christmas planner like you did in 2014 I was also wondering if you still have the tutorial for this because I would love to make one to keep a record of all the cards I hand out

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