Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Christmas in July!! I’ve gotten a look at the new August to December catalog and am patiently waiting for my pre-order to arrive. What better way to prepare than to start creating using what you’ve got already.

The cards above are made with the retired Most Wonderful Time Product Medley – which is still currently available and on clearance (for $42!!). This is a steal for anyone who wants to jump into your holiday card/tag making during what is turning out to be one brutally hot summer so far.

The collection comes with a photopolymer stamp set, the coordinating dies, a generous 6″x6″ Designer Series Paper pack (beautiful!), sticker sheets, self-adhesive star embellishments, and gold ribbon. Add some ink and paper and you’re pretty much set.

I made the ‘Deck the Halls’ cards following a One Sheet Wonder I found on Pinterest here. I tried my hand at creating my own One Sheet Wonder with the card below:

I took one sheet of 6″x6″ and cut into 3″ x 6″ pieces – then cut into a 3″x1″, 3″x0.75″, and 3″x 0.5″ – I took a 6.5″x6.75″ piece of Mossy Meadow and basically did the same but bumping up by 0.25″ (3.25″x1.25″, 3.25″x1″, 3.25″x0.75″) for the mat pieces. I adhered those to a Basic White base with glue. I stamped the large tree onto Old Olive cardstock in Old Olive ink, cut out with the coordinating die, and affixed to the card with Dimensionals. I finished this simple card off with the ‘O Christmas Tree’ sentiment in Tuxedo Black.

I also made some quick tags up with the Fancy Tag Topper punch:

This product medley is a great bargain for what you get – you can click on the link below to buy at my online shop:

Product List

For orders under $150, please use hostess code TKWSHVF4 upon check out.

If you are interested in getting a sneak peak of the catalog and your hands on some great products (yes, Stampin’ Up! has hit it out of the holiday park again), you can join my team and get the new products as part of you start up kit – click here or message me for more information. The perks of being demonstrator are great!

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