Wednesday, August 27, 2014

{Spotlight Project} Vicki Creates A Christmas Card That's Easy to Mass-Produce!

Can you believe that Christmas is only 121 days away? Get out, right? Therefore, for today's spotlight, I am focusing on a Christmas card that can be mass-produced rather quickly. Here is the finished card:

Start by cutting 2 panels: one in colored card stock and one in white card stock.

Using Versamark ink and VIGNETTE: Christmas Block Stamp set, stamp the snowflakes onto the white card stock and emboss with white embossing powder.

Using distress inks and a blender, sponge on color over the stamped snowflakes. The more you sponge, the more intense the color will be.

Stamp the main sentiment on a scrap piece of card stock with Versamark, emboss with white embossing, and cut out the square. Sponge this and cut out a framing panel.

Adhere all to your card base and add some fussy cut bells. You now have the first card done. While the first one might have taken some time [reading directions and all], can you see how easy it would be to mass-produce? Gotta love that!

Now for the fun information; STAMPlorations is running a "bundle price" on the pre-released Christmas sets - all 5 sets are only $25.00 (29% off) through September 5th! If you are a Stamp Club subscriber [read about that HERE], you get an additional 15% off! Can you say awesome?

See you in a couple of weeks!



  1. GORGEOUS! Love the snowflakes,the traditional colours, the amazing sentiment and the fussy-cut bells! Pretty! An easy- to-mass produce card guaranteed to bring smiles along with Christmas wishes!

  2. Wow love these. So vibrant, love vibrant. Beautiful cards

  3. Vibrant and colourful Christmas card!!! Beautiful creation.

  4. Oh wow! Love this, Vicki! Awesome rich colors!


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