Introducing Stampin Up Christmas Season – Christmas In July!

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Welcome to the Stampin Up Christmas Season! All week I’ll be sharing projects from Stampin Up’s 2021 July-December Holiday Catalog. There are a ton a great products in this new catalog, and I’m excited to have many of them in hand as we speak! Demonstrators were able to pre-order starting this past week and customer ordering will begin August 3. Would you love to see the new catalog and order from it now? Anyone who joins SU right now can do these things, and even add holiday items to your starter kit. Please contact me if you’re interested. For now, let’s look at this beautiful vintage-inspired Christmas card made with the new Christmas Season stamp set. Have a look.

Make this vintage Christmas card highlighting the Stampin Up Christmas Season stamp set, pinecones, and background music.

Stampin Up Christmas Season

I am loving all of the new Christmas products, but this Christmas Season stamp set in particular is absolutely beautiful. This stamp set contains 14 stamps and all of them are pieces and parts of pine cones, twigs, berries, holly leaves and pine branches. Take a look.

Stampin Up Christmas Season

Another highlight on this card is the Merry Melody embossing folder. So pretty!

If you want to jump right to today’s project video, you can find it below.

Christmas Season Video

Here is the video link for this beautiful, vintage card. Feel free to follow along if you’d like!

How to Make This Vintage Inspired Card

Below is the list of pieces needed to make today’s project. For this card I also used the Holly Jolly Wishes stamp set and the Seasonal Label Dies. The Merry Melody Embossing Folder is another great product from the Holiday Catalog which really pulls this card together.


  • 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ Early Espresso Card Base
  • 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″ Gold Foil
  • 4″ x 5 1/4″ Vanilla Cardstock


To begin, run the 4″ x 5 1/4″ Vanilla Cardstock through your Cut & Embossing machine using the Merry Melody Embossing Folder. Next, to “age” the look of the embossed cardstock, use a blending brush to apply Soft Suede ink. Lightly blend the ink over the paper. Assemble and attach the base of the card with the Gold Foil and embossed cardstock. Next, stamp and die cut the branches, berries and pine cones for the front of the card. I also included some Simply Elegant Trim behind the tag. The tag includes a sentiment from the Holly Jolly stamp set. Use a few dimensionals to attach the tag.

Make this vintage Christmas card highlighting the Stampin Up Christmas Season stamp set, pinecones, and background music.

And there you have it. A lovely vintage inspired card that will never go out of style. Are you interested in seeing and ordering this or other holiday products now? Join my team or contact me to chat and see if it’s the right decision for you!

What do you think of today’s project? Let me know by leaving a comment in the comments section!

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I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s Christmas Season vintage card!

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7 Replies to “Introducing Stampin Up Christmas Season – Christmas In July!”

  1. Merilyn Martin

    What colour is the berries?? You mentioned the pine cones colours and the leaves but not the berries – I want to make this card – it’s so so beautiful – thanks for sharing


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