What is a Christmas Stamp-A-Stack? It’s when you stamp a stack of Christmas cards of course! Yesterday morning I held one of my virtual Stamp-A-Stack classes with my lovely stampers. They purchase the kits and then I show them how to put to stamp and put the cards together on a Facebook Live post. My stampers had a wonderful time and loved the cards. You can watch the Facebook Live replay below and register for my next Holiday/Christmas Stamp-A-Stack on November 28th.
Christmas Card # 1
I wanted to use the Plaid Tidings Designer Series Paper and the Pine Tree Punch and this layout was the perfect combination. I didn’t have any red rhinestones so I ended up coloring regular rhinestones with the Cherry Cobbler Blends. I love how the Winter Snow Embossing Folder and the Itty Bitty Christmas stamp set brought everything together.
Christmas Card # 2
The Merry Moose stamp set and Moose Punch was a favorite last holiday and they returned again this year. What a great pairing with the Evergreen Forest 3D Embossing Folder. I couldn’t resist using some Brushed Metallic cardstock to brighten it up.
When you don’t own the stamps!
Because of copyright restrictions, I cannot send stamped images in kits. I encourage my stampers to use whatever Christmas stamp set they own if they do not have the ones I used. Of course, they can purchase the stamp sets from my store and put the cards together later on. One of my stampers did not own any Christmas stamp sets but wanted to finish them immediately. Great thinking Minako, they turned out lovely!
Facebook Live Replay
Click HERE to register for my next Holiday/Christmas Stamp-A-Stack on November 28th.
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