I'm sure you have your own favorite Christmas stamp set, so we're inviting you to create your own Christmas greeting and add it to the gallery by clicking the Linky Tool below! Of course there will be a PRIZE for those who decide to join us. You have until Thursday, October 30th, 2014 at midnight EST to upload your creation. We will randomly select one lucky participant to receive a $10 Gift Code to be used at the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Store! The winner will be posted on the Sweet 'n Sassy Blog on Friday, October 31st.
I have such a hard time choosing a favorite stamp set…I love them all! LOL! Here are several Christmas cards made for the hop and for your inspiration:
Creative Nugget: I grabbed some festive papers from a Bo Bunny paper pad and stitched them to True Black card stock and mounted the panel to a Neenah Solar Crest card base. The circle Nestie was lightly sponged with Tumbled Glass distress ink and matted. The Christmas wreath from the Seasonal Wreaths stamp set was colored with Copic Markers, cut with the matching Wreath Die, and popped onto the card. A dotted swiss organdy bow was added with a Mini Tag die cut sentiment from the Born This Day stamp set. Finally, a few black pearls were added to finish the card.
Next is a card made with the adorable Christmas Penguins stamp set and Christmas Penguins Dies:
Creative Nugget: Some fun DP from my stash and pink burlap were stitched to a green mat and mounted to a Neenah Solar Crest card base with a Scalloped Border separating the layers. Swiss dots were embossed on three smaller panels that were also mounted on a green mat. The three gift giving penguins were colored with Copic Markers, cut with the matching Christmas Penguins Die, and popped up onto the embossed panels. The sentiment was stamped on a hand cut banner which was folded for dimension. Little bows were made with fibers from the burlap and attached to the packages to complete the card.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Be sure to check out the fabulous cards made by the other super talented design team members by clicking on the Linky Tool below. Can't wait to see what you create with your favorite Christmas set…if you can choose just one favorite! LOL!