Absolutely amazing exhibit!
KITS ON SALE ~ AUGUST 1!

Cooling down...........

 

 

 Christmas is only 6 months away! OH MY! Christmas is one of those times when we all send lots of cards to friends and family. So this is a good time to start 'dreaming up' the design of your Christmas card.  The Stampin’ Up! Fall/Holiday catalog will be arriving in August and will go 'live' on September 2. The catalog has lots of wonderful ideas, stamps and kits to get us all ready for the cooler months to come and the holidays right around the corner.  My first CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST CLASS is scheduled for Saturday morning, August 19, at ten ~ I hope you will join me!  Susan Elise

The One Horse Open Sleigh 6" x 6" designer series paper (162118) is perfect for a Fall or Winter card.....

Christmas in July Front

Supplies:

Stamp Sets: Grassy Grove, Brightest Glow

Cardstock: Boho Blue, Misty Moonlight, Moody Mauve, One horse Open Sleigh 6 x 6 DSP, Basic White, Early Espresso

Ink: Misty Moonlight

Accessories: Emboss & Die Cut Machine, Grassy Grove Dies, Paper Trimmer, Mono Liquid Glue, Mini Dimensionals, Stampin' Spritzers, Alcohol, Wink of Stella, Basic Jewel Rhinestones

Measurements:

Boho Blue: 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” scored at 4-1/4”

Moody Mauve: 4” x 5-1/4”

Basic White: 4” x 5-1/4”

Misty Moonlight: 3-3/4” x 5”

One Horse Open Sleigh DSP: 3-3/4” x 5”, ½” x 5-1/4”

Early Espresso: scraps for deer

Instructions:

1. Cut all cardstock

2. Die cut the forest and deer

3. Glue the forest die cut to the DSP (using a little liquid glue)

4. Adhere the framed forest to the Moody Mauve cardstock

5. Adhere to Boho Blue card base

6. Add Mini Dimensionals to the deer.

7. Mix alcohol and 5-6 drops of Wink of Stella in a Spritzer. Shake it up and lightly spray the card front.

8. Stamp sentiment inside on Basic White and add the ½” strip of DSP to the bottom.

9. Add 3 Rhinestones.

Christmas in July Inside

Don't you feel cooler now???

 

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