“To Be Jolly” From the Night Before Christmas Suite!

Hello, my friends!

I’ve really been enjoying creating with the Night Before Christmas Suite.  The magic of Christmas is all wrapped up in this beautiful Suite never mind it gives me yet another opportunity to use my Stampin Blend Markers, but you can easily use an Aqua painter or Watercolor pencils.

Today’s card was created using the Night Before Christmas Designer Series paper as well as the Stocking images in the Holly Jolly Christmas stamp set using the coordinating Jolly Seasons Dies to cut it out. I created the card with an image in my minds eye of stockings hanging on a mantle.

The card base is Very Vanilla cardstock measuring 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2 ” scored at 4 1/4 ” , additional piece of Very Vanilla card stock measuring 5 1/4″ x 4″, Night before Christmas Designer Series paper measuring 3″ x 5 1/4″, additional piece of designer series paper measuring 3″ x 2″ scrap piece of Gold Foil paper.

A scrap piece a Very Vanilla cardstock stamp the stocking images using Memento ink colored them and Stampin blend markers then use the coordinating die from the Jolly Season Dies to cut it out.

Using the edge of your paper snips rough up the edges of the designer series paper. using your Gold Foil paper and the Jolly Season Dies to cut out your sentiment “to be jolly”

I glued the small piece of designer series paper horizontally onto the larger piece of the vertical striped designer series paper, attach some Whisper White Bakers Twine added a bell And a bow. Now using dimensionals place each of the stockings so they appear to be on the little piece of bakers twine. Glue your sentiment to the top of the designer series paper, glue your designer series layer onto your Very Vanilla Layer then glue that onto your card base how cute is this! 

Thanks for stopping by, I hope I have inspired you!

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