DIY Christmas Card Sunday: Wonderland

By | April 3, 2016

DIY Christmas Card Sunday Wonderland - blog.Stamp4Joy.comIt’s time for DIY Christmas Card Sunday again, and today I’m featuring one of the popular Stampin’ Up! retired stamps from last year,  Wonderland.  I love this stamp set, so you won’t find it on my Retired Rubber Stamps page.  🙂  At least, not yet.  I’m not sure I want to part with it because it makes the most beautiful cards.

On this card I made a mask by cutting out an oval in a piece of copy paper using the Ovals Collection Framelits Dies.  I placed it over the focal card stock piece and then stamped and sponged within the oval.  It makes a beautiful frame for the scene without adding any bulk to the card.

I sponged around the edges of this piece using Tip Top Taupe ink to give it some dimension before gluing to the card front.

The Christmas card saying was stamped and then cut out using my Big Shot and the frame from the Rose Garden Thinlits Dies.  I sponged the edges again with Tip Top Taupe ink, added a few rhinestones to it, and used some retired ribbon underneath.

Did you know you can earn free stamps and/or accessories when you shop with me?   Read more about it HERE.

You’ll find the color palette used for this DIY Christmas card below.

DIY Christmas Card Color Palette - blog.Stamp4Joy.com

4 thoughts on “DIY Christmas Card Sunday: Wonderland

  1. tink davenport

    Thank you so much for the beautiful idea using this stamp set. I just love your site and look forward each time they pop up. Keep them coming! tink davenport

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    1. rebecca Post author

      Thank you so much, Tink, for your kind words. It’s nice to hear! 🙂

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  2. Susan Gardner

    Rebecca, what a nice card. I love that you include the color palette for your cards. That is something I struggle with when making cards – what color ‘goes’ with what other color!

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    1. rebecca Post author

      Oh, thanks, Susan! I’m glad you enjoy this new feature. I’ll include it more often!

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