Christmas Card using Stampin’ Up! White Christmas stamp set from one of Amanda’s Card Making Classes

I’m off on my travels again today, Kimberley has an interview at Manchester University on Wednesday so it’s a quick hop to my in-laws in Nottingham and then to Manchester and back again in time for get together with my awesome team of Inspiring Inkees on Thursday and a party with Karen and friends on Friday.


Phew, I’m shattered just writing that………good job I’ve got the weekend off! The garden needs some attention, so I think that’s what I shall be doing, lets hope the weather improves. In order to keep me on track I have lists, lots and lots of lists……..but if you have ever been to one of my Card Making Classes you will know my lists are not always fool proof, well they aren’t Amanda proof, I always seem to forget something, this week it was an embossing folder, often it’s grid paper, I’ve never forgotten the biscuits or cake though, I wonder why that is?


So today’s card is one from Novembers Card Club, I run several Card making classes in Hampshire, weekdays, evenings and weekends along with Paper Craft Classes and Project Life by Stampin’ Up! classes too. You can find all the details of my Card making classes and other events by clicking here or the link in the top tool bar, just email me or call me to book your place.  I even run private Paper craft classes now, where I bring the class to you and your friends, do send me a message if you would like some more information.


Stampin up UK White Christmas card made at inspiring Inkin Card making Classes

This card is using the wonderful White Christmas stamp set, it’s photopolymer so very easy to line up and has lots of cute images.  As with most of my Christmas cards it is completely flat, to save on ever increasing postage costs but given a little dimension by using a 2 way glue pen and some Dazzling Diamonds, you can’t go wrong with glitter at Christmas! I have used Blendabilities to colour in the banner too.  The blendabilities work with some of our dye based inks as well as Memento ink, so on this card I used Soft Suede and it worked really well.


Supplies (click on the pictures below to be taken directly to my Stampin’ Up! online store)


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