It’s a Starry Night with Stampin Up Perfectly Plaid

It’s the weekend! Will you have any time for crafting today or tomorrow? What about Christmas cards? Have you started any yet? If you have already started making your Christmas cards, send me a message. I want to know! And if you have, way to go because that’s awesome! I have a beautiful Christmas card idea for you today that is made with products that will be released September 4 in our Holiday Catalog. If Christmas isn’t on your radar yet, check back tomorrow because I’ll have a really neat fall card! As for today’s card, it features the Stampin Up Perfectly Plaid stamp set and coordinating Pine Tree Punch. What do you think?

Gorgeous starry night Christmas card idea using the Stampin Up Perfectly Plaid stamp set, Pine Tree Punch, and Feels Life Frost designer paper. 2019 Holiday Catalog sneak peek!

Even though I just mentioned the stamp set and punch, I want to talk first about that designer paper in the background. That, my friends, is called Feels Like Frost designer paper. It is one of our 6″ x 6″ paper packs, and this print is equally as gorgeous as the rest. I think this paper pack is going to be a cornerstone of my Christmas card making this year. I plan to choose a gorgeous print, add a greeting and embellishment, and my cards (or some of them at least) will be done as easy as that.

Gorgeous starry night Christmas card idea using the Stampin Up Perfectly Plaid stamp set, Pine Tree Punch, and Feels Life Frost designer paper. 2019 Holiday Catalog sneak peek!

Now that we have covered that background print, let’s talk about the stamp set and punch. Like I said, it’s the Stampin Up Perfectly Plaid stamp set and coordinating Pine Tree Punch. The stamp set includes 4 different tree designs, as well as pine cones and some festive greetings. I used our new metallic silver ink (I’m so excited for this I could squeal!) on white cardstock to stamp the trees, then punched them out. It needed a little contrast, which is where the silver foil trees came in.

Gorgeous starry night Christmas card idea using the Stampin Up Perfectly Plaid stamp set, Pine Tree Punch, and Feels Life Frost designer paper. 2019 Holiday Catalog sneak peek!

Silver edge ribbon and some frosted epoxy droplets made perfect embellishments. Also, I should mention the greeting. I chose not to use a greeting from the Perfectly Plaid set, because I needed something a little more elegant. The greeting I chose is from our Light & Peace stamp set, one of our gorgeous religious sets in this upcoming catalog.

Gorgeous starry night Christmas card idea using the Stampin Up Perfectly Plaid stamp set, Pine Tree Punch, and Feels Life Frost designer paper. 2019 Holiday Catalog sneak peek!

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Online stamping class in the mail! Receive the materials to make these beautiful handmade card ideas. Class uses the Stampin Up Pressed Petals product suite, Path of Petals stamp set, Petal Labels dies, and Pressed Petals designer paper.
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7 Replies to “It’s a Starry Night with Stampin Up Perfectly Plaid”

  1. Rose Estremo

    I did a Christmas in July and made 31 cards, one every day!Love your card and will definitely try it.Thank you for sharing.

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