Showing posts with label tiny keepsake stamp set. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tiny keepsake stamp set. Show all posts

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Saturday Simple Stamping #38: Tiny Keepsake Clean & Simple Christmas Card

Hello and welcome to my blog and Day 3 of my 25 Days of Christmas (Holiday Card Series for 2019).  I am going to share with you another card an video for this years Holiday Card Series and today's card is also a Simple Stamping Card as well.  With the 25 Days of Christmas Series I have new Christmas/Holiday projects coming out every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday until December 21, 2019.  For today's card I used the stamp set Tiny Keepsake and created a Clean and Simple Christmas Card for you today.  Here's a look at my card.

As I mentioned above this card was also designed for the beginner in mind.  It only uses stamps, ink , paper, and a embellishment.  Today I chose to use the Red Rhinestones from the Annual Catalog as the embellishment on my card.  I thought that the simplicity of the card didn't need a lot of extra stuff.  I wanted to use the Tiny Keepsake stamp set from the Holiday Catalog but in a different way than what it was designed for.  This stamp set was designed to decorate the Tiny Curvy Keepsake box.  But, I used one of the design images as the focal image of my card today.  I just adore the simple striped image; it reminds me of candy canes and I thought it was perfect for a clean and simple one layer card.
I stamped the stripped image in the center of my thick Whisper White Card base in Real Red ink.  I thought that this was a perfect attention grabber for a clean and simple card design.  It still reads Christmas without being overpowering.  This design is perfect for mass production and a new stamper at the same time.  Because you can set it up in the Stamparatus and stamp all the card bases at one time or use a clear block and do the same.
Once I had the center stamped I stamped one of the greetings from the stamp set on the outside in Old Olive ink.   I did add a inside sentiment with the Host Set Greatest Part of Christmas (which is one of my favorite Christmas sentiments sets ever).  I love the mix of inside and outside sentiments in this set and it has all kids of different fonts that I am sure you will find something to work on your cards.
As I mentioned before once I had the outside and inside finished I just added a few of the red rhinestones to embellish the card.  If you have missed any of the projects in my 25 Days of Christmas Holiday Card Series you can click here to view them all or just do a simple search on my blog and find them.

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Thanks for dropping by today I hope that you have enjoyed this little look at my clean and simple Christmas card today.

Happy Stampin' 
Rick Adkins 

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