The Sweet Stockings Suite offers so many options for card making and it's really hard to resist the adorable animal faces! Notice that there are so many ways to incorporate the matching Designer Series Paper (DSP) in this suite too.
The Santa Paws card comes together easily by pairing the stamp set with the matching Designer Series Paper. I stamped the dog in Old Olive ink on Old Olive card stock for my background. A few strips of DSP and some ribbon and it's looking good!
Use the Designer Series Paper to provide a quick and easy patterned stocking. Simply cut out with the largest stocking die. I cut the top and toe pieces with the Jolly Felt to add some dimension. Pairing the Pool Party Striped Grosgrain with the Evening Evergreen Chevron from the Annual Catalog is the perfect addition to the card.
This suite can help you knock out all your holiday cards at once!
Some coloring with the Blends was the perfect touch on these adorable faces. Notice that you can cut out the stockings from the Designer Series Paper with the coordinating dies.
Don't miss the year end sale! Here is a list of all the items being retired along with the sale prices.
Here are some of my favorites that are on sale!
The November Paper Pumpkin kit is adorable. Meant to create gift card holders it can be used for so much more!
With just a few cuts to the house piece you can turn it into a tag, mini card or full size card. The full size card below is made using a Blushing Bride card stock base and a piece of Whisper White card stock cut to 4 x 5.25. From there I used the items included in this month's kit to create the card.
This adorable tag is quick to make using the front piece of one of the houses. Punch a hole at the top and add some twine!
The puff sticker candy pieces might be my favorite part of the whole kit. You can check out all the projects I created below. To subscribe to Paper Pumpkin click here.
I am so excited for this upcoming class where we will be making what I call "giftables". I've done these types of classes around the holidays for a few years. Gift card holders, candy holders, boxed sets of cards and even a magnetic frame one year.
My favorite part of this project would be the leaves. The stitching on these beautiful dies is gorgeous. It's actually quite easy to put together. The color inspiration came from Hershey kisses I found wrapped in this color palette!
Adding a quick tag finishes off the project.
The Plush Poinsettia Paper is the perfect touch to this project. You can see the flocked designs in this photo. There are even parts of the paper that can be die cut with the Poinsettia Dies. I layered Heartwarming Hugs Designer Series Paper underneath, created a quick tag and tied it off with All the Trimmings ribbon.
I love the Tag Buffet Project Kit in the August-December Mini Catalog. Join me on December 4th for a class featuring this great kit.
These tags are a great size. You can see them in comparison to our ink pads.
If you'd like to join me to create these tags click here to see Evite. To purchase the kit and stamp set to create on your own click here.
I'm a "work at home mom" and an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator.