Christmas in July | Merry Christmas with First Frost

Christmas In July with StampinByHannah Card making ideas

Hey folks! So, after a couple of blog posts of other bits and pieces, I’m back with another Christmas in July card! I LOVE the First Frost stamp set, and although it’s in with the Christmas stamps in the catalogue I totally use it all year around. Today I do have a Christmas Card using it, but how pretty would this be for a Birthday, or Just Because?

Merry Christmas with First Frost from Stampin' Up! with StampinByHannah

I always prefer less traditional colours at Christmas. I mean, I don’t mind Red and Green, but I’m always pulled more towards cooler colours; blues and silver. So, the colours here are Coastal Cabana, Pretty Peacock, Granny Apply Green and Flirty Flamingo.

How to make a non traditional Christmas card using First Frost from Stampin' Up! with StampinByHannah

The sentiment is taken from another Stamp set; Merry Christmas to All and the coordinating Merry Christmas Dies.

Merry Christmas with First Frost from Stampin' Up! with StampinByHannah

The Merry is die cut from Silver Foil Paper, and then the stamp is in Pretty Peacock.

Pretty Peacock is one of this years Brand New In Colours, and I am in LOVE with it! I’ve re-opened sign ups for my 2019-2021 In Colour Club, but will close it again on Sunday night, CLICK HERE to find out more and join in!

Stampin' Up! In Colour Club 2019-2021 with StampinByHannah

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