Oct 27 2011

The 12 Days of a Clean and Simple Christmas – Stamp Simply Style – Day Nine

Welcome! It’s hard to believe it’s Day 9already of our clean and simple Christmas projects. Time sure flies when you’re having fun! And fun is surely what I had making this trio of cards for today:

Very CAS and very white — refreshing!

These cards are a standard 4.25 x 5.5″, tent fold.

The paper used is Father Christmas 6×6 by Bo Bunny.

All Bo Bunny coordinates can be seen here.

These cards are fun to make. I like the importance placed upon the simple focalpanel with the wide matting. I could sit and put together these little panels for hours — kind of mindless work with pretty paper — right up my alley — LOL!!! And to have a pile of these little panels in front on you, ready to apply to cards — ooohhh, good feeling!!!

To create the focal panel, cut a cardstockpiece 3.25 x 4.5″ to decorate. I used 2 coordinating prints and covered the seam with 1″ Grograin with Satin Edge in white, using Scor Tape.

TheBelievesentiment is a wood mount stamp by Rubber Soul/Wordsworth. It is cut with a Charm Die made by Spellbinders for JustRite. This die set coordinates with many JustRite Cling Stamps, but I used it alone today — fun die set.

Click here to seethe JustRite Stamp Sets that are made to work with the Charm Dies.

There is a single Rhinestone atop the ornamentcharm in Lippy Red. I almost put 1/4″ Silk bows on the ornaments in burgundy. They looked adorable, but in keeping with the theme of CAS, quick and easy, I opted to go for the singlerhinestone instead! The ornaments are popped up with 3D Foam Squares.

And there you have it — a CAS, quick and easy Christmas card trio.

All items used are available at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store, as linked above.

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Check out the designs today on the blogs of these fabulous designers:

Deb Saaranen

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On a personal note, my pile of used SU sets is getting pretty small, but there are still some left — at 50% off the original used price.

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Once again I want to sincerely say THANK YOU for stopping in each day during our 12 Days of a Clean and Simple Christmas. It’s been so much fun creating the projects and having you come each day to take a peek– MANY thanks!

I’ll be back tomorrow. Have a wonderful today!

15 responses so far

15 Responses to “The 12 Days of a Clean and Simple Christmas – Stamp Simply Style – Day Nine”

  1. Deb Saaranen says:

    Such a fresh and pretty design…I love the wide frame of white around the edges…it really sets the center off wonderfully!

  2. Bev J. says:

    Like your pretty and simple cards-cute sentiment charm.

  3. Carla Suto says:

    Another set of gorgeous cards! Love these, Sharon! I have the paper pad so I’m definitely going to make a few cards with this design! Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. Barb(GrandmaUpNorth) says:

    So simple, yet so effective! Love the cards.

  5. Nina says:

    Beautiful cards, that DP is fabulous.

  6. Becky Johnson says:

    I like this set the best of all I’ve seen. Clean and Simple yet elegant and stylish. Very nice.
    Peace, Becky Johnson

  7. Nan G says:

    Love these CAS cards! Wow when you have the right paper who needs a bunch of embellies. Thanks for inspiring us!

  8. Kathie says:

    I am loving all these cards – are you sure there aren’t more than 12 days of Christmas?? Thanks for sharing

  9. Carol E Brooker says:

    Such beautiful cards, thank you for sharing.

  10. bluemoon says:

    Very pretty & a great idea!

  11. Janet L. says:

    I love these cards that are simple, elegant and classy!

  12. Hi Sharon~

    These are great! At first I thought you took the time to put brads into the ornament shapes. I love that they are rhinestones. These are beautiful yet simple cards! They are now on my list of cards to make!

    Thank you so much!

    He IS Able!
    Traci S.

  13. Wow!I really loved reading your blog. It was very well written and simple to understand. Unlike additional blogs I have read.

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