DIY Designer Series Paper with Good Tidings

I love finding different ways to use my stamps…. and one of the techniques I don’t do nearly enough is creating my own Designer Series Paper using stamps! I love doing this kind of repetitive stamping, creating something unique each time, and a truly hand made creation!
Handmade Christmas card with DIY Designer Series Paper with Good Tidings from Stampin' Up!

This card features the Good Tidings stamp set (I am totally in LOVE with this one!). This awesome stamp set creates two sizes of holly sprigs with some 2-step stamping. Did you see THIS card I made with this stamp set last week. I am also using a different colour combination from the traditional Christmas…. although I wasn’t sure that it was going to work when I first started stamping! The leaves are in Old Olive and Tranquil Tide, and the berries are Rich Razzleberry and Fresh Fig.

Creating your own Designer Series Paper using Good Tidings from Stampin' Up!

This rich colour combo is set against Early Espresso for a classic styled Christmas Card. The sentiment is also taken from Good Tidings, and is stamped in Tranquil Tidy, die cut with the Layered Circles framelits and layered with a scalloped circle of Early Espresso.

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