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Last Christmas Stamp-A-Stack Card

Here is the last card design for my Christmas Card SAS next week. This card is a classic card template that I really like. It's one of my turn-to card designs. I like making just about all cards, but I really like ones that are fast and easy to make and look great! This is probably the quickest card to make of all 5 designs. It wouldn't take long at all to get your Christmas cards finished if you used this design.

The Old Olive strip across the middle was punched out with the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch (p. 200). I stamped the greeting from the Seasonal Sentiments (p. 15 of the Holiday Mini) set on the bottom of the Very Vanilla piece first. The ornament was stamped and then punched out with the Ornament XL Punch (p. 202). I stamped the ornament string from the Tree Trimmings (p. 44) set before attaching the ornament with Stampin' Dimensionals.

Stamps: Delightful Decorations, Tree Trimmings, & Seasonal Sentiments (Mini)

Ink: Cherry Cobbler and Old Olive Classic pads

Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, & Very Vanilla card stock; Jolly Holiday DSP

Accessories: Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch, Ornament XL Punch, & Stampin' Dimensionals

Below are all of the 5 card designs being made at my Christmas SAS-Take 2 next week. Everyone will make 4 of each design. To find out more about this event, please go to my EVENTS CALENDAR. You can see close-ups of each card in my 4 previous posts.