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Merry Christmas with So Suzy Stamps

Hi Everyone,

I am back with a So Suzy card here and on the So Suzy blog and its still going to be a Christmas theme - I wasn't in the mood for a spring card... It's absolutely freezing cold here in New Jersey and spring seems to be far away..... I hope you don't mind....

My So Suzy supplies:

I took some scrap paper and stamped the tree. Cut it out to make myself a mask.

Stamped the swirl tree repeatedly onto card stock. 

Did the same generational stamping with the Coffee tree in a different shade of green.

Added the sprays.

Took my mask and sponged in red and green

Added the sentiment into the inside of the card and the heat embossed Merry Christmas to the outside of the card

Added gold string and some Washi tape at the bottom.

Hope you are not getting sick and tired of Christmas cards, but its never too early to get started!

Now we have a new feature here at So Suzy Stamps. Every month one of our DT members has a birthday we are giving a free stamp away with every order placed during this month 

This is Terri's birthday month and this is her stamp:

Happy New Year to all of you!

Linking up with:
Jingle Belles - Look what Santa brought me 
(the tree stamps, not exactly new, but I have not yet used them, so in a way - remove my entry, if it does not qualify)
The Crafters Cafe Challenge Blog - use red, white and green
Eclectic Ellapu - Christmas

The Crafter's Cafe Challenge BlogI Play at Eclectic Ellapu


cm said…
I still have a few Christmas cards/projects to post, so I'm 110% okay that you're in the same mode! Your whimsical trees are wonderful and and the striped strip is the perfect accompaniment! Love this!
conil said…
Such pretty trees and, you're right, it's never too early to make Christmas cards. Love the variations you achieved on those lovely trees.
acole said…
Love the variety of colors popping in your card! Love this!
acole said…
Love the pop of colors and textures on this card!
Anita in France said…
What a pretty Christmas tree scene, Cornelia ... and such lovely detailing! Happy to see all your cards ... Christmas or otherwise!! Hugs, Anita :)
Tolle Farben - tolle Karte - tolle Idee ;)
GlG Elisabeth
marilyn said…
Very nice card...BUT it's January...can't we be done with Christmas and move on...please? Thanks...
Wonderful Christmas design and I love the tree image used on it.
SmilynStef said…
Love those fabulous trees ... so glad you joined us for our first Jingle Belles prompt of 2018.
cass said…
Wonferful design for Christmas. Thank you for entering your wonderful creation at The Crafter's Cafe this fortnight for our "Christmas and/or Red White and Green" challenge.
lauren bergold said…
oh how i LOVE those cool trees! and i love that you showed how you did the layering (bc i think i could actually DO THAT!!!) what a great card! so pleased you are joining our JINGLE BELLES fun this year! woohoo! ♥
Bobby said…
I love the colors and arrangement of the trees, Cornelia. Very festive.
June Houck said…
Your stamped tress are so pretty, Cornelia! I love your card :)
papierelle said…
Farblich und gestalterisch traumhaft schön!!!!
Hazel said…
Thanks for sharing your lovely crafting for CCAYR January challenge, Hazel, DT x
Anonymous said…
Being from Alberta Canada, I can relate to the cold! Great card and I love that you went with non traditional colors! Thanks for sharing with us at CCAYR and hope to see you again! STAY WARM! :)
flossbite said…
Gorgeous card. Thanks for sharing with us at The Crafter's Cafe. Good Luck!
Deanne Saunders said…
Beautiful!!! Thanks so much for participating in our CHRISTMAS CRAFTS ALL YEAR ‘ROUND challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!! *If this comment is late I apologize! I’m having major issues lately trying to leave comments due to the stupid ROBOT silliness!!!
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper
Planetsusie said…
Love this card - the Christmas trees are so pretty and I really like the description of how you put the card together. Beautiful! Thank you so much for entering the CCAYR Challenge this month. Lots of luck to you and I hope we see you again very soon. Sue Pxxx DT

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