A collection of Christmas Cards

I have been busy over the past few weeks creating a stash of Christmas cards. Some of them have been created with retired stamps and card stock, other with current products.

Tips:

  • As you can see, I have used a variety of techniques including ghosting and partial die cutting.
  • All of the stamps, dies, punches and embossing folders are listed below.

If you would like full details on how to create any of these cards, please leave me a comment and I will get back to you.

Keep checking back for more Christmas cards.


2 comments

  1. Thanks Mal.
    On the first card, I have used all the same size flower from the Perennial Flower Punch and the outer parts are from the Leaf Punch. I started at the front of the flower and kept adding more petals all around it.
    Ghosting is also known as Versamark Resist. Stamp on glossy or plain white / vanilla cardstock with versamark ink. Allow to dry and then sponge colour. There is a FREE PDF in this post – https://lavenderthoughts.com/2018/05/20/stampin-up-australia-versamark-resist-with-rooted-in-nature-plus-a-free-pdf/
    Have a lot of fun camping. I hope the weather is good to you. xx

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  2. Morning Annette. Love all of them especially the first card. Are the flowers graduating sizes or just the one size and you have separated them slightly to look bigger. Also in your information in the lower part of your email you tagged “Ghosting”. What is that, please. (Camping from Monday for 2 weeks so may not have the best wifi out in the bush). XX Mal

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