Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Quick & Easy Holiday Card

Good morning everyone... happy election day! Don't forget to go out and vote... everyone's vote counts and this has been a crazy election! I can't say that I'm not happy it's over... because I am! I am so sick of the political ads.... they just got really dumb there at the end!

Anywhoo... I whipped up this cute holiday card this morning. I broke out two of my retired hostess sets, Holiday Blocks and Warmest Regards.

I paired them with this awesome new paper from the SU holiday mini, ski slope!

The sketch is from the Verve Visual holiday release sketch. They are featuring a new sketch each day and if you do all 5 of them by Saturday, you get entered into a drawing for the complete release set of stamps!

Here are my card's details as well as how you can order some of the supplies to duplicate this card!

Paper: Whisper White (100730), Old Olive (100702), Chocolate Chip (102128), Real Red (102482), Baja Breeze (111352), Ski Slope Designer Paper (112994)

Stamps: Holiday Blocks & Warmest Regards (both SU, retired)

Ink: Old Olive (102277) & Chocolate Chip (100908)

Accessories: Baja Breeze Striped Ribbon (111375), Old Olive Brads (106955), Square Punches (Creative Memories & Marvy)

I made this cute gift set of 3x3 cards yesterday using the Just Celebrate set which was in last year's Occassions Mini. I really hope this set makes it into the Spring/Summer Catalog because it's a really fun and cute set!

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget that you can shop with my 24/7 at my Stampin' Up Online Store!

-Riley

4 comments:

  1. I love this! What a wonderful holiday card. And your assortment of gift cards are fabulous! Love those little cards!

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  2. very fun holiday card Riley! I love the dp and all the square framings - and what a terrific little card set too!

    thanks for stoppping by my blog!

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  3. I love your cards (especially the small ones), I wish I could be as creative as you, however there is no real artist in me. I get all my Christmas cards from www.vistaprint.com. They have hundreds of designs to choose from, and you can personalize it with a beautiful picture of your family and a different message in every card. It's a great way for people that aren't too creative to share their holiday warmth.

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