The Christmas Pines Stamp Set from Stampin’ Up is so versatile. Here are a few ideas on how this stamp set can be used in different ways. They are all wreaths, but there are differences within each card.
Christmas Pines Stamp Set
I love how elements from other sets can be used in unique ways. Here I’ve made use of the Swirly Scribbles Thinlits Dies to make a wreath. I then used the Christmas Pines stamp set for the sentiment and the Pretty Pines Thinlits Dies for the Evergreen Branches, holly branches, and pine cones.
There were a couple of different embossing folders I used to create these cards. My favorites are the Brick Wall and Woodgrain. I then sponged the embossed folder with Tip Top Taupe. I used Early Espresso for the wreath, Copper Foil Sheets for the pine cones & holly, and Red Glimmer Paper for the bow. The label is part of the Christmas Pines Stamp Set, which is stamped in Old Olive, the same color as evergreen branches. Season of Joy was stamped in Cherry Cobbler. The label was hand cut, or as they say “fussy cut”.
I hope you enjoyed my Christmas Pines cards as much as I enjoyed making them!
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