Red and white Christmas


This is a nice quick card using stamps that I usually pull out for  tags.   The set is an old SU set which has been used and used by my family and at Christmas workshops every year since I bought it.  I stamped the three images, added a bow to the ornament and punched them out with a 1¼” square punch. I popped them up on stampin’ dimensionals then lined them up on the Merry Moments designer paper.  It was tricky to get that sentiment positioned correctly so I pulled out the stamp-a-ma-jig.

Even though I did this a while ago I noticed it fits the CAS challenge on Splitcoast this week which is to use one colour with white.  Well technically  it doesn’t fit, because I used vanilla not white!  Anyway there are some great cards in the CAS40 gallery this week that don’t bend the rules.

Stamps: Holiday Sampler, Fundamental Phrases
Inks: Real Red
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Merry Moments Designer paper, Real Red
Also: Stampin’ Dimensionals


6 Comments on “Red and white Christmas”

  1. Sheila says:

    Hi Heather,
    What a darling card! I find the color and the design embody the Christmas season and is also such a simple design to mass produce. TFS! Sheila

  2. Eh, Heather, I’d post it to CAS40 anyway. White, cream, what’s the diff? Call me a rebel.

    This card is so pretty and crisp and festive! TFS

  3. I just love this card. It is so fresh and crisp and just perfect for Christmas. You have a wonderful blog and your cards are inspirational.

  4. You have such a way with these clean and simple cards! This is so festive and cute, and isn’t it wonderful that it didn’t take all afternoon to make! So very satisfying!

  5. Joan B says:

    love this look. beautiful job with the red and white!

  6. This is such a sweet and fun card. Love it!

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