Category: Christmas


Good Friday to you and welcome to this elegant card that features the equally elegant stag from the Dashing Deer Bundle.

I love the bright touches of Call Me Clover and embossing on this card!  Notice that I embossed the stag as well.  Tip – cut it out first and then emboss it.  It makes for a much cleaner look

I didn’t want to add any extra to the front so added the greeting on this inside.  This is just one of the cards that we will be making at next Tuesday’s Christmas card class!

Using a good sketch always helps to get the creative juices flowing and this week’s Freshly Made Sketches challenge did just that!

Want to see the list of products that I used?  Here you go!

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Have a great weekend and Happy Stamping!


Is the snow glistening where you are yet?  It’s not here where I live yet, but it is on the way very soon!  So in anticipation of snow, I present this pretty card.

This card was created with the Snow is Glistening photopolymer stamp set that will be available to you on November 1st!  This pretty set has matching Snowfall Thinlits Dies so you can put all of the snowflakes you want on your projects.  So watch for this great offer on my Website on November 1, 2018.

Here’s a list of the products that I used.

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Happy Stamping!


Hello everyone, I’m back and so happy to see you all again!  My blog has had a bit of a difficult time over the past week and a half, but it has been fixed and now good to go.  Thanks so much for hanging in there!

I’ve been waiting to post this cute card created with the Half Full stamp set.  If you’re and wine lover or know one, this would be the perfect card for them!

The is the kind of stamping that you absolutely need the Stamparatus for.  Perfect alignment, every time!

Of course, now that we have Merry Merlot in our colour line-up the wine simply has to be a nice Merlot as well.  I also wanted the word “happy” to stand out so cut 4 and layered them using our fabulous Fine-Tip Glue Pen.

Here’s the list of products that I used.  Click on any picture to go directly to my Online Store.



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Thanks again for hanging in there with me and Happy Stamping to you!


Happy Monday and welcome to another Peaceful Poinsettia post!   I love this set and just had a share this card with you today.

There are many different ways to use this set and I paired that poinsettia and leaves with a piece from the Festive Farmhouse designer series paper package.  Cherry Cobbler is a great card base to set off that lovely image, don’t you think?

The Banner Triple Punch was put to good use here and is a great addition to your stamping supplies!

Here’s the list of products that I used. 

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Have you signed up for Christmas card classes yet?  Today’s card is just one in the line-up that we will be creating.  Here’s the LINK to my Class Calendar.  Don’t wait, these classes are filling up quickly!

Happy Stamping!


Hi to you and welcome.  I’ve gone from thanksgiving, skipped over Halloween and right to Christmas with today’s card!

That’s the fun you can find in the stamping world – it’s an ever changing choice of stamps to create that perfect project!  Check out my Class Calendar to sign up for upcoming Christmas card classes!

I decided to start with a card base of Merry Merlot and matched a pattern from the Under the Mistletoe designer paper.  The strip on the left was embossed with the new Tin Tile Dynamic Embossing folder for a little texture.  So pretty!

Want curved corners of your paper pieces?  It’s the Envelope Punch Board to the rescue and done!

Here’s the list of everything else that I used.  It includes my favourite new tool, Take Your Pick found on page 30 of the Holiday Catalogue.  This is a very versatile tool, get for travelling and I highly recommend it!

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Have a great day and Happy Stamping!


Hello to you!  We are going from Thanksgiving to Christmas for today’s post.  Only in the stamping’ Up! world can one do that, lol!

Here we have a study in silver topped with a beautiful stag and touches of Real Red.  That piece of Silver Foil with the Swirls & Curls embossing folder and adhered it to the card front using our tough Tear & Tape Adhesive.  It’s a good idea when you have a deeply embossed piece!

I was following along with the new sketch from Freshly Made Sketches for this this one.  It’s not exactly as the sketch is shown but a pretty good idea I think.  I’m looking forward to sharing it at at the next Christmas Card class!

Here’s the sketch so you can see what I started with.

The list of products I used is below.  Feel free to click on any picture to go to my Online Store.

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If you are looking for a fun stamping time and to get a few Christmas cards done, make sure to Sign Up on my Class Calendar.

Have a great weekend and Happy Stamping to you!


Hi, today’s card uses the Beautiful Baubles Bundle (149920).  I love the bundle of tiny tree ornaments.

You can leave them as one image or they can be cut out separately as I did on the card.  So simple and pretty!


If you are on my Project Newsletter mailing list, you will be receiving the first 12-Weeks of Christmas newsletter today.  Each newsletter contains a picture of the project, a supply list and a tutorial on how to create it.  I’m excited to offer this to you and hope that you enjoy receiving it.

Here’s the list of products that I used for today’s card. 

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Glue Dots


Happy Stamping!


Hi and welcome to today’s move from fall to Christmas.  Yes, it is coming quickly so I’ve been busy building up my card stash!

We will be creating this card at my line-up of card classes, so make sure that you visit my Class Calendar to sign-up!

I am also playing along with the new CAS(E) this sketch challenge and that is why I kept this card simple.

It was a great way to use the Merry Christmas Thinlits dies too.  I couldn’t just leave it with the greeting so used that small spray of holly and berries to touch it up a little.

Here’s the list of products that I used. 

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Happy Stamping!


Happy Friday to you!  I’m keeping it simple with this Christmas card made using the Christmas Pines photopolymer stamp set (page 96 Annual Catalogue).

I’m playing along with Freshly Made Sketches for this one and am so happy with the way it turned out!  All it took was 4 colours of ink and some strategically placed red rhinestones to finish it off!  Now that’s a simple Christmas card that can be duplicated several times over!

Here’s the sketch I followed.

And, here’s the short list of products that I used.

I wish you a very happy weekend and make sure to get some stamping done!


Hello and welcome!  I decided to start this week off with one of the gorgeous Christmas cards that we will be creating at tomorrow’s class.

This is from the Illuminated Christmas stamp set with a little help from the Sheet Music background stamp.

Pretty isn’t it?  I stamped the Wise Men with our Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then used an assortment of Stampin’ Blends to colour them.  I think the ladies are really going to love this card!

Here’s the list of products to use.

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It may seem to early for Christmas cards, but if you like to mail them out, they should be ready to go around the middle of November.  That’s why I’m starting early!

I’ll be scheduling more classes for October and November, so make sure to check my Class Calendar often to sign up!

Happy Stamping!

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