Christmastime Is Here
Doesn’t this remind you of a song from A Charlie Brown Christmas? It’s one of my favorite Christmas movies (second only to White Christmas).
The Stampin’ Up!® Christmastime Is Here Suite makes me want to sing. This exclusive, limited-time collection of festive, floral coordinating products has everything you need to share love, joy, and creativity this holiday season.
Products from the Christmastime Is Here Suite will be available to purchase beginning November and are while supplies last only. Before I show you the entire suite, here’s a sneak peek card I created using the Christmastime Is Here Specialty Designer Series Paper and the Roses Dies.
Isn’t this lovely? I used one of the Roses Dies to cut the image from the DSP. I was so happy when I discovered the large die worked with the paper as well as the stamped image! And look at the gold on the DSP. So gorgeous!
Another DSP design is the background on the card. I used two different dies to create the “lattice work” from Poppy Parade Cardstock and the border from Gold Foil Cardstock.
The final diecut is the sentiment tag. I stamped Merry Christmas – from the Cup of Christmas Stamp Set in the Stampin’ Up!® Holiday Catalog – using Mossy Meadow Classic Ink on Soft Seafoam Cardstock, then die-cut using the tag die in the Roses Diecuts. So easy!
Here’s the Christmastime Is Here Suite.
You’ll be able to purchase the entire Christmastime Is Here Suite, the Christmas Rose Bundle (Christmas Rose Stamp Set and Roses Dies at a 10% savings), or any of the individual products – Christmas Rose Stamps, Christmastime Is Here Specialty DSP, Roses Dies, Gold Shimmer Ribbon, Gold Glitter Enamel Dots, or the Christmas Rose Bracelet – separately.
You can order any of the Christmastime Is Here products beginning November 1. Mark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss out!
Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!
That is gorgeous. I love that the dies cut out the DSP!
Can gold be rich & subtle, at the same time? Because that’s how your card is making me feel-the opulent gold isn’t ‘in your face’, but a rich, warm feeling! Beautiful card, Buffy 🙂
Thanks, Deborah! Yeah – gold does tend to be very bold. I love that delicate border, though!