Christmas Card Making in July

Today is a cold and wintery day here in Melbourne, which encouraged me to make Christmas cards. I played along with four different challenges for my four cards.

First up is a card for the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers #214 – C is for Christmas.

For my card I used two stamps sets – ‘Bright & Breezy’ from Stamps by Chloe and ‘N-7874’ from The Cat’s Pajamas. I stamped and coloured the underwear with my Stampin Blends then cut them out and added to a simple card base with my sentiment.

Next up is a card for Less is More #469 – Traditional Chrismas.

I made an OLC using the beautiful tree from the Altenew ‘ Sketched Evergreen’ inked up with three different greens.

My third card is for 52 Christmas Card Throwdown #27 – Christmas Floral.

I used a Stampin Up die set ‘Poinsettia Petals’ with a sentiment from ‘Leaves of Holly’.

My last card is for the ABC Christmas Challenge – N is for New or O is for Old.

I used a new stamp set from Stampin Up called ‘Mistletoe Magic’. I embossed a background panel with a Merry Christmas script, then stamped, coloured and die cut three mistletoe images and popped them over the sentiment strip.

Well, that’s it for today. Thanks for stopping by for a look. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

15 thoughts on “Christmas Card Making in July”

  1. Fantastic cards Tristan. Just love the humor on the first one… great Christmas card. And the others are so pretty. Certainly a great way to spend a cold wintery day.

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  2. What a beautiful card! I love the white embossed background and the lovely mistletoe. Thank you for sharing it and playing along with ABC Christmas Challenge ~ Wendy


  3. He he he he – awesome collection of holiday cards!!!
    Thanks for celebrating “Christmas in July” with Edna and the sisterhood of snarky stampers!!


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