Merry Christmas



Hi crafty friends!


Today I am sharing a fairly simple and easy card to create!

If you know me and my cards you know that I just love Sunny Studio Stamps Products and today I am using some of their dies and stamps. I have had a blast this season with their new products and this card is no exception.

To start creating the card I have used Woodland Borders Die to cut the stitched hills and the trees from white cardstock.

On a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock I have inked Distress Oxide ink in Peacock feathers, splattered some water and set it aside to dry.

On one of the pieces of stitched hills I die cut earlier I stamped the Merry Christmas sentiment in the same color ink (Peacock feathers).

Now that my inked background was dry I die cut it with stitched rectangle die then white heat embossed the snowflakes.

I backed the inked panel with craft foam and adhered it to my card base.

Next I added the stitched hills adhering the taller one straight to the background panel and popped the smaller one with foam tape.

I added my trees next, adhering some directly to the background and adding foam tape to some for added dimension.

To finish the card I decided to stamp snowflakes on my hills with the same Distress ink color (Peacock feathers).


This card was so easy to make and I really like the way it turned out. I am thinking about making a set in different colors πŸ™‚

Thank you for stopping by today and hope you have a wonderful day!

Supplies Used:

  • Stamps/Dies: Sunny Studio Stamps – Woodland Borders Die, Snow Flurries, Christmas Trimmings
  • Cardstock: Michael’s Recollections 110lb white; Bristol Smooth
  • Ink: Distress Oxide in Peacock feathers
  • Embossing Powder: Hero Arts White
  • Liquid adhesive, craft foam, foam tape



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