The Stamp Market – Holiday Greetings

Hi, friends. Today I’m sharing a fun holiday card using a bunch of products from both new and prior releases from The Stamp Market.

To begin, I stamped the main sentiment of the Holiday Greetings stamp set onto 110# white cardstock using a blend of TSM inks in Leafy and Mossy. I then cut the sentiment out using the coordinating Holiday Greetings die set and set aside. On a scrap of Cherry Kisses cardstock, I white heat embossed a secondary sentiment and trimmed it to a banner shape.

Using the envelope die from the Stampgram die set I cut from 110# white cardstock and used the interior piece for stamping using the Jumbo Criss Cross stamp in Blush Pink ink. Next, I cut a background slightly larger than the stamped background using TSM Diamond Glitter Cardstock and adhered with tape runner. I then adhered that background to the stamp-shaped die cut.

Next, I used Mossy and Diamond Glitter Cardstock to cut the holly using the Holly & Berries die. I then assembled background by popping up the main sentiment with foam tape and using dot runner tape for the rest. I used the Cherry Kisses Enamel Dots (collection 1) for the berries.

Wanting a little more visual interest, I stamped onto another sheet of white cardstock using the Diagonal Pinstripe stamp with Blush Pink ink. I adhered the main panel to it while offsetting it a bit.

I then took the card front and applied foam tape and adhered it to a white card base.

That’s all for today. The Stamp Market has some incredible holiday products now to check out. I wanted everything, but had to curb myself as this holiday season I’ve already bought more products than people I have to send cards too. No different than any other holiday season if I’m being honest.

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