Hi everyone and welcome to another Terrific Tuesday Video.
Today I am going to share with you a card that I created with an early release bundle from the Holiday Catalog. The bundle is called “Carols of Christmas”.
Here is a picture of the card I will be making today:
Before I get started I want to take a moment and share with you some pictures from my son’s wedding. It was a BEAUTIFUL wedding and perfect in every way! Of course it goes so fast but we have lots of pictures to cherish for years to come!
My new daughter was BEAUTIFUL and my son so HANDSOME! Much love to both of them!
Here are a couple of sneak peeks from their photographer:
Here is a picture of my family. The girls were beautiful too!!!
Here is a picture of my girls, Natalie and Claire, with my nephew Richie.
Thanks for letting me share pictures with you. I don’t know what I am going to do with all my time now! The wedding was my last big event this summer. We sure have been busy. I’m now ready to start thinking about my fall Stampin’ Up! classes and schedule. Look for more to come!
This week’s card focuses on the Carols of Christmas Bundle and the Sheet Music background stamp. I wanted to make a Christmas card that wasn’t in the traditional Christmas colors.
All the details are provided in my video in addition to some tips on stamping and how I add the ribbon to the card.
Here are pictures of the carols of Christmas bundle and the Sheet Music stampset.
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Check out my video for all the details on this card:
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Here is a list of supplies I used to create these cards.