Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Team Tuesday with Giovana : Merry Christmas Card Set

Hello friends!! Giovana here today, bringing you a cute and easy set of Christmas cards using brand new stamps from Concord & 9th and of course my MISTI.

So let's get started:
  • Cut Ivory Cardstock, size 3.75" x 5", position your cardstock on your MISTI using a bit of tape to avoid movement. Then stamp your backgrounds using Plaid Background stamp.
  •  After that, stamp the fine lines, I did 3 using Gold Embossing Powder and 3 using Brown ink.
  •  They will look like this.
  •  Adhere the plaid backgrounds to Kraft card bases. Add foam adhesive to the Ribbon Banner die-cuts. Die-cut boughs in different colors from Take a Bough Die set, add them to card, add a little red bow. 

Here is a look of 3 of the cards.

Hope you like my cards.
Have a fantastic and crafty day!


  1. Gorgeous set of cards and all so lovely in all the colors you chose.

  2. Oh my goodness Giovana, what gorgeous plaids. Thanks for the awesome tutorial, your cards are amazing!

  3. this is so simple and great for Christmas cards. Is there a stamp to make the lines on the plaid?

  4. Great cards. Love the pattern paper. Thanks for sharing with us.

  5. Beautiful cards, love the fun plaid background especially with the gold embossing. The banners and boughs are so festive and pretty, love these layers!

  6. Absolutely gorgeous set of cards! xxx

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