It is almost time for a little fa-la-la-ing and I have not really started on my Christmas cards, this has caused me a little panic this morning – so I grabbed my Pennant Parade stamp set from Stampin' Up! and got to creating this morning.

This just might be my card this year, still not decided though, I still want to play some more.

For the card, I really let the stamps and the punch be the focal point of the card.  I was planning to add a little Cherry Cobbler Dazzling Details on the tree, and I still just might, but I love the way it is looking right now. 

I feel so energized after getting my extra hour of sleep on Saturday!  That is my favorite night of the year!  My favorite evening of the year is the candlelight Christmas service at church – just in case you were wondering.  But I grabbed hold of Saturday night like it was going out of style.  It was almost a celebration all day leading up to it.  Emily was good and asleep – I don't think I shared it here, but Emily broke her nose last weekend and has been up every night with pain.  (It was a wagon ride gone awry, kids playing and someone got hurt, it just happened to be my sweet little girl.  She has begged me not to put pictures on here, so I haven't.  But I will say that she is looking fantastic for someone who broke her nose a week ago.)

OK, back to the card…

Supplies Used to Create this Pennant Parade Christmas Card:

Using Stampin' Up!'s Pennant Parade to make a Christmas Card.Stampin' Up! Stamps:  Pennant Parade (wm:  122740 cm: 122742), Sweet Essentials (wm: 126455  cm: 126457)

Stampin' Up! Ink:  Cherry Cobbler (126966), Old Olive (126953)

Stampin' Up! Cardstock:  Cherry Cobbler (119685), Old Olive (100702), Whisper White (100730)

Stampin' Up! DSP:  Festival of Prints (126904)

Stampin' Up! Accessories:  Big Shot (113439), Perfect Pennants Die (123126), Square Lattice Embossing Folder (119976), 2 1/2" Circle Punch (120906), Pennant Builder Punch (122361), Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding (120992)

Other Accessories:  10 Second Bow Maker™

If you think that this is the card that you want to make this year, or one of the cards that you make this year, be sure to get your supplies ordered now.  To do that, you can click on any of the item numbers and it will take you to my online store.  So what do you think?  Should this Pennant Parade Christmas Card be the one that I make this year?

Using Stampin' Up!'s Pennant Parade to make a Christmas Card.

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