New Video – Easy Christmas Card

It's time for a new video, just in time for Christmas.  This project uses one of my favorite stamps from the holiday catalog with Stampin' Up!  It's so stinking easy to use yet looks like harder than it is.

I know a lot of my stampers were turned off from this holly stamp set as last year there was one that had more layers and was kinda a pain in the you know what.  But not this one!  Let me show it to you:



It's got two different stems you can use, yet the holly berry stamp lines up perfectly for both of leaves stamps, which makes it awesome because you won't mix up which goes with which.  A couple of sentiments and a price point that's spot on at $17, this a set you can use for cards, tags, gift wrap, and more.

We are going to use it to make this card here:


The Supplies

Here is what I used to make this card.  You will see there are no fancy tools, no machines or punches – just stamps, ink, paper – an a smidge of glimmer.  It's so easy to mass produce!  To order these supplies, simply click on an item below to get started.  Don't forget to use the hostess code shown below!

The only thing not shown is glimmer paper, it's a scrap I had laying around 🙂

Click here to place your order with me, use the host code below, and receive a free gift from me. 

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The Making

So now that you know what you need to make this, let's dive into how we make it.

It's been a while since I have made a public video – like a really long while.  I know today that when this video goes up on YouTube, it will be a shock to many subscribers.  So if you are wondering why the lack of videos, it's because I am so busy making all kinds of other videos.  Fun fact, I make about 6 videos a week.  And when things went sideways for me, the free videos had to be the first to go.  What I love about stampers is how supportive and understanding they are.  Many of you were sad, but understood – offered love and support until the day came that more could be made.

I filmed this on my one day off of the Thanksgiving break – I just want you all to know how thankful I am for each and every one of you!





Thank you!

Thank you so much for stopping by today.  Do me a favor if you have a second and leave a comment – either here or on my YouTube channel and let me know that you saw this post and not just the video.  XOXO, Meg


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