Today's card uses Stampin' Up!'s No Peeking Stamp Set to make a Christmas Card – and I made a video tutorial walking you how to make it too.

I have had this set in a "special" place in my stamp room – you know the place, right?  Where you put something to be sure to notice it later.  And I have been searching for it for a couple of weeks now.  Then I found it over the weekend and I could not wait to use it!  I love this set!  I mainly bought it so Emily and I could make Christmas tags, and we will be sharing those in the coming days, but I was so excited to find it that it had to be used today.

I love the reindeer and I love the sentiments, so it was a perfect combo for today – throw in some Be of Good Cheer DSP and you have a card!

One of my favorite things on this card though is the ribbon.  I LOVE that with the 10 Second Bow Maker™ you can make bows with single sided ribbon!!!!  It is like I doubled my ribbon supply overnight when I figured that out.  I wanted Cherry Cobbler ribbon, but {GASP} no polka dots – there are too many dots on the DSP already.  And see, look at the card, you can't even tell that there are polka dots on that ribbon.

Here is the card for today:

How to Make a Christmas Card Using Stampin' Up!'s No Peeking Stamp Set

All supplies are from Stampin' Up! unless indicated:
Stamps:  No Peeking
Ink:  Soft Suede, Gumball Green
Cardstock:  Crumb Cake, Gumball Green, Cherry Cobbler and Very Vanilla
Designer Series Paper:  Be of Good Cheer
Accessories:  Cherry Cobbler Dotted Scallop Ribbon, Simply Scored, Very Vanilla Envelope, 2 1/2" Circle Punch
Other Supplies:  10 Second Bow Maker™

Here is the video tutorial:


I hope that you enjoyed today's card teaching you how to use Stampin' Up!'s No Peeking stamp set to make a Christmas Card – leave me a comment and let me know what you think!

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