Christmas in July Blog Hop

Welcome to the Christmas in July Blog Hop – a collection of ideas from Stampin’ UP! demonstrators all over the globe showcasing  the brand new and fantastic ‘Carols of Christmas’ bundle which has a stamp set with the same name and the ‘Card Front Builder Thinlets Dies.You will have come from Betty Bickford ~ I just hope my card is up to the same standard.

Each of us has been asked to design a card using this bundle and other products from the current 2017 – 2018 annual catalog.

When I saw the bundle for the first time it literally screamed GOLD heat embossing to me so that was my starting point, I chose very traditional colors of Cherry Cobbler and Very Vanilla to compliment the gold.

Card base:  11 x 4 1/4 Very Vanilla Extra Thick Card ~ scored @ 5 1/2

Layer 1:  5 1/4 x 4 Cherry Cobbler Card ~ run thru the Big Shot with two of the  Card Front Builder dies.

Layer 2: 5 1/4 x 4 Gold Foil ~ I cut this ‘scant’ so that it does not peek out from behind the Cherry Cobbler layer.

Ink Colors:  Versamark for the embossing and Cherry Cobbler for inside and the envelope.

In order to cut the design into the front layer I placed each die separately on the card, run it thru the Big Shot – the two borders then the flowery corner ~ I wanted to carefully place each piece to leave room for the ‘Deck the Halls’. A double bow of the new 3/8 metallic-edge ribbon (first time of using that) and I was finished, I just love it!

Beginning Tuesday, August 1, you can purchase the Carols of Christmas Bundle (or purchase the stamp set or dies separately) before the Holiday Catalog begins. What a great way to get a head start on your Christmas projects!

I hope you like today’s project – please let me know in a comment ~ by using that little link just under the title.

There is a list of supplies a little further down – I would be honored if you chose me as your demonstrator.

I am excited you  are here. To continue to be inspired whether you’ve come from the person previous to me or after me (Cindy Mitchell-Clark)  click on the link below for more  participants as you journey among us being filled with Christmas inspiration.  Please consider leaving a comment for each of the talented card crafters – just so they know you are out there and enjoying their work.



If you want to create this card all the supplies are available 24/7 in my on-line – just click a picture and it will take you right there, just order what you need.Oh and don’t forget to use the hostess code (above on the right) to get an extra  thank you from me!

Give me a shout if you need any more information or want to book a class or a party!

My Project 4-001If you’d like any of the supplies, to shop, or to get a catalog, please feel free to contact me, and if you’re thinking of joining Stampin’ Up! and my team I’d most definitely like to hear from you

17 responses to “Christmas in July Blog Hop

  1. Love the gold embossing and the very pretty double bow!

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  2. So elegant. I love your double bow.

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  3. I love your card. It is so pretty and classy looking!!!

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  4. Classy Christmas! Getting inspired!

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  5. Your layout is fabulous! (and what a perfect bow) Great job.

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  6. Very classy and classic Cindy. Great card. Have a super week ahead and God Bless, Cynthia <

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  7. Very beautiful!

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  8. Beautiful, Cindy. Love the gold and red!

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  9. Very elegant — stunning use of gold and cherry cobbler colours. Great card Cindy!

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  10. Debbie Henderson

    So pretty with all the gold details and coordinating ribbon!

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