Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Another Christmas in July

Hi everyone!
I am playing along with the girls over at Whimsy Stamps Inspirations challenge.
Their challenge this month is Christmas in July and they asked me if I wanted to play along with them.
Of course, I said yes!  I love making Christmas cards especially, using Clearly Whimsy Stamps and dies.

I sponged some distress ink through the falling hearts stencil by Simon Says Stamp.  Stamped and die cut these adorable gingerbread people from the Gingerbread People stamp set and matching dies.  The sentiment is from the same set.  Added a bow tie to the boy and a little hair bow for the girl.  I glued them onto the card in order to keep it flat.  

***There is a sale on all Christmas stamps over in Whimsy Stamps store.***
Now is the time to get started on your Christmas cards and what a better way to start than with new stamps/dies that are on sale.  :)

Thank you for visiting and have a great day!

Stamps:  Gingerbread People (Whimsy Stamps)
Ink:  Versafine black, Festive Berries distress ink
Paper:  Black, white
Accessories:  Gingerbread People dies (Whimsy Stamps), Falling Hearts stencil (SSS), Rhinestone


  1. This is super adorable! The falling heart background is perfect for this sweet pair. :)

  2. Kristie this is such a fun Christmas design. Loving the little hearts.
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  3. Adorable!! LOVING the gingerbread couple!!!

  4. So sweet, Kristie ... you are so smart to have this stash building!
    =] M

  5. Super gorgeous card Kristie

  6. This is soooooo cute! Love the stenciled heart background and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the bows!

  7. Cute card Kristie! Love the gingerbread couple, how cute are they?!! Love the hearts cascading down too, showing the love! Hugs, Brenda

  8. Darling card, Kristie! Now I see I'll have to go back to Whimsy Stamps to look again (after you enabled me to buy penguins - thanks, btw!). Just love all the hearts floating down - gives me inspiration for the latest Merry Monday to use hearts!!


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