Christmas at Sweet Stampin’ – Clean & Simple

Well, this month we have our last challenge over at Christmas at Sweet Stampin’ challenge blog.

As you are most likely aware, CASS was originally founded by the Sweet Stampin’ team, and for a long time comprised mostly of Sweet Stampin’ members. Over time the membership changed and now the last members that we had from Sweet Stampin’ have decided to step back. The leadership over at Sweet Stampin’, along with the original founders, have as a result suggested that we split CASS off to be an independent challenge.

GOOD NEWS – we are continuing as a challenge and are re-branding ourselves as Christmas Craft Creations. You’ll be able to find the April challenge here and look forward to your continued support of our challenge.

Now onto my card for the March challenge with an optional twist to keep it clean and simple.

I sponged a pink background and stamped the trees from the Simon Says Stamp ‘Gnome for the Holidays’ and heat embossed them with Stampendous aged copper embossing enamel.

Come join in our fun and add to your Christmas card stash. Visit the challenge blog to check out the inspiration the other CaSSettes have made. Link up your card by 3am 8th April (Melbourne time) or 6pm 7th April (UK time).

I’m also entering this card over at AAA Cards #160 – Maxi white space + optional metallic twist.

Thanks for looking and have a great day.

2 thoughts on “Christmas at Sweet Stampin’ – Clean & Simple”

  1. CAS perfection Tristan! Love this hun, a gorgeous final card for Christmas at Sweet Stampin’. It’s the end of an era and I want to thank you for all your lovely contributions during your time as DT here. Enjoy the new challenge and I’ll see you there, I can’t wait to join in! Hugs, Wends xoxo

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