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Saint Nicholas Card Class @ Home - Card #3

Here's the last card for my current Free Card Class @ Home. This class features the Saint Nicholas Bundle from the Stampin' Up! September-December 2023 Mini Catalog (Holiday Mini).

I start my weekly Card Class @ Home every Thursday, and they end on the following Wednesday. The Free class video is my weekly Thursday Live on my Facebook Page and YouTube Channel @ 7:30 pm (ET). You can see the video for this class below. I have added chapters to the video, so you can skip to the part you want to watch, too.

How would you like to get the card kits (includes the cardstock (cut, embossed, & die-cut), Designer Series Paper (DSP), & ribbon to make two each of the three cards in the class FREE?

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Here's the Free Class @ Home Video (You Can See What Comes in the Class Kits, Too)...

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I added chapters to the video above, so you can jump to the section of the video you want to watch.

When to Use, And When Not To Use, the Host Code

  • You need to use the host code on orders of $40-$149.99 (BEFORE SHIPPING & TAX) to get the class's card kits FREE. 
  • Don't use the Host Code if your order is $150 or more (BEFORE SHIPPING & TAX) so you'll get the Stampin' Rewards from Stampin' Up! AND the supplies for the class FREE. If you DO NOT want to receive the card supplies, please  CONTACT ME to let me know you don't wish to receive them.

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TODAY, November 15, 2023

The FIRST CARD & SECOND CARD of the class feature the Santa's in the bundle, but I wanted to show that you can make a non-Santa card with this bundle, too. This time, the main focal point of this card is Santa's toy bag. The image is still a vintage look to go with the Santas, but vintage doesn't always have to be dark colors. The bright colors on this card also look great with the vintage images.

The toy bag was a little too small to put on by itself, so I decided to put a circle mat behind it. I didn't want to use a cardstock circle, because it would cover up too much of the cute Designer Series Paper (DSP). So, I made a vellum one. It really helped make the toy bag pop, and you can still see the wonderful DSP & ribbon underneath!

Once again, I used the Traditions of St. Nick DSP. Aren't these designs adorable? Over the years, I've used this card layout a few times, and this time,  I used three different designs to give it a more festive look. I also couldn't decide which design I like best so I used all three! LoL 

 I also added some fun ribbon to the card. It's a Stampin' Up! Online Exclusive, and it's called Real Red & Gold Dotted Ribbon. It goes PERFECTLY with this DSP!

As with the other cards in this class, I used the Festive Pearls from the annual catalog. I love the four colors the pearls come in...Cherry Cobbler, light green, silver, & gold. I used three silver pearls on this card. I put one on the top of the Jack-In-The Box's hat and the other two around the toy bag. The Festive Pearls are NOT included in the card kits, but you can get them added FREE...

If You Place a $50 Order (before shipping & tax), Using Host Code APW2T9UM, by November 15th, You'll Get a Full Pack of the Festive Pearls Added to Your Card Kits for FREE!

There's a cute stamp in the bundle that goes perfectly with the images on the left DSP strip on the front of the card. The stamp stamps three images at the same time, and I stamped it a few times across the bottom of the Basic White inside layer using Real Red ink.

I have a list of supplies you'll need to make the cards in the class (ink pads, adhesive, etc), and you can see it by CLICKING HERE. You can substitute with products you have on hand, too. You can see what comes in the class's card kits in the video above.