I am sharing a new, for me, stamp set with you today. It is also the last of my Stamp Club swap cards. I used the Signs of Santa Bundle, and some of the Santa’s Workshop Designer series paper. I am in love with both now. So be prepared for more projects with these great items.
There really is not very much stamping on here. I let the little elves on the DSP be the main character. Although Santa is pretty special! I don’t know if you can see the shading on his beard and the list. I copied that from the DSP that has this image as I was coloring him with the Stampin’ Blends. How Cool is that???
In case you have not seen this bundle from other blogs, the dies in the set will cut out several different pieces of the DSP. I love that Stampin’ Up! has created the items that way. It is so easy. But since I needed a dozen of the Santa, I had to stamp, color and die cut myself. They were great fun though. I love Santa and have collected Santa ornaments, etc for more most of my adult life.
My only fail on this card is the ribbon. I needed a piece across the two layers and did not have current Garden Green ribbon. This one is retired. Although I am sure you probably have some leftover ribbons of your own! We do not want to waste the gorgeous ribbons.
Thank you for visiting today. I will have updates from the Stampin’ Up! 30th Anniversary Celebration for you tomorrow. So stay tuned on my Facebook Blueline page.