Gold and Navy for an elegant Christmas card

I’ve been creating Christmas cards using the Perfect Pines/Peaceful Pines bundle (my favorite bundle so far this year!). The bundle (15% off!) has so many stamps and dies that it’s been fun to see how many different cards I could make (come back tomorrow to see the tags I made with leftover scrapes). I call this my elegant Christmas card using the Night of Navy and Gold foil paper. It took me a while and many different trials to finally come up with this final version. I cut the gold tree from the bottom layer of gold, it took several tries to figure out how to do it to save on my coveted gold paper (and make the card lighter so less postage). Then several more trials before I decided on the Dazzling Diamonds glitter dusted tree in the opening. And a Christmas tree always needs presents, so I added them with a pop of Real Red to make them stand out.


Ready to start making your Christmas cards?? I’m scheduling my “Stamp a Stack” Christmas card classes for mid October and early November, more on that later.

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1 Response to Gold and Navy for an elegant Christmas card

  1. Deepa M. says:

    Your card is gorgeous Janice! Love the sparkly tree in the window, and the saying on the navy tree is so fun. Can’t wait to see what other designs of cards you come up with this year. I am trying to design mine right now … haven’t settled on anything yet, and the holidays are approaching fast!


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