2nd Day of Parade of Holiday Cheer

Welcome Back to my Parade of Holiday Cheer! I am featuring holiday swaps received during #Onstage November 2016 in Madison. Enjoy!

Rachel Durtschi created and colored this fabulous card! She used our new stitched framelits which are in next year’s annual catalog but Stampin’ Up! released the set early. We have promptly sold out of several shipments with the next shipment in stock in January. Would be a good purchase during Sale-a-bration!

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Cheryll Steinke created next card with the santa’s sleigh stamp. I love the red glimmer paper berry detail. The oval layering which includes a layer of red glimmer paper provides perfect balance for the pine bough. Cherry cobbler and garden green coordinating products make this card one to be placed in the annual decorations!

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Lovely as a Tree stamp set is still a top seller and for good reason. It has classic, realistic looking images. Sharon Kaldenberger created this one using emerald envy ink and ruched ribbon/ruban ruche/ruschenband. I can’t offer the Japanese translation though! We share and sell across the globe, maybe in your country!

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The next card is from an unknown designer. She placed the Santa’s Sleigh thinlet tree back inside the cut opening. It now has a 3-D effect! Neato!

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The last one for today is from Norma Artman. She added lots of details using the Star of Light product bundle. The fancy fold opens to reveal a message in the middle panel. Nice job Norma!

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That’s it for today! Check back tomorrow for the ugly sweater addition!

Super Awesome Stamper Shirley

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2 thoughts on “2nd Day of Parade of Holiday Cheer

  1. Sharon kaldenberger says:

    Good afternoon,
    The beautiful card with the oval layered focal point and the boughs and red ribbon was
    Created by Cheryll A. STeinke. According to the card I received.
    Beautiful card I intend to copy this one exactly as it was done. Couldn’t improve on in any
    Way.

    Liked by 1 person

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