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Simple Handmade Card Using Time of Giving Stamp Set

I have the cutest and most simple handmade Christmas card to share with you today!  I love the simplicity of this card, you can make a stack of these in no time at all.  I was so in love with this stamp set when I first saw it.  I love the graphics and the fonts on the sentiments.  Let me show it to you:

 

 

One of my favorite sections of the Holiday catalog is the one full of the variety stamp sets.   For our card today we will be using the snowflake swirl image, the ever versatile dots, and the word “merry” to go along with it.  This is just the stamp set, it comes in a bundle, but today we are just using the dies.

Here is our delightful card:

 

 

Super cute, right?  You start with stamping the snowflake swirl in Balmy Blue, add some Real Red dots, and put it on a Real Red card base.

All that's missing is the tag.

For this, we are using a favorite die set of mine.  It's the Stocking Dies.  And while it has all these stocking dies, it's also has some little gems tucked into it, like the tag and the scallop accent.  I used that accent on this card too, don't miss it.

 

 

This tag is the perfect size for our sentiment.  And all that's left is the little bow tied with Linen Thread and the 10 Second Bow Maker.

 

The Supplies

To make this card, you will need the following supplies.  Simply click on an image below to order.  I listed both the Time of Giving stamp set individually and the bundle.  I can't wait to share a project showing you why I had to have the dies too 🙂


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Thank You

Thank you so much for checking out today's project.  I love this Christmas card and am so excited to share it with you!  Keep checking back for more card making ideas.  XOXO, Meg

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