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Happy Christmas Card Day!
Stampin' Up! Lovely As A Tree Christmas Card

Happy Christmas Card Day!  On this date in 1843, the world's first Christmas card was ordered to be produced by Sir Henry Cole, the first Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

From the Bath Chronicle:

He commissioned John Calcott Horsley to design two cards, a coloured example that cost people sixpence, and an uncoloured version for fivepence.

The uncoloured one, depicting a Victorian family eating and drinking, was sent to a lady called Marinda Cundy, and has been passed down through the family since that Christmas 170 years ago.


One of the First Christmas Greeting Cards commissioned by Sir Henry Cole, 1843

In honor of this special day and card makers everywhere, here's a Stampin' Up! video tutorial of a Christmas Card idea using Lovely As A Tree (wood, clear.)

Here is the same technique using Stampin' Up! Brushed Silver card stock.


Stampin' Up! Christmas Card
Lovely as a Tree Silver

Don't you know it would be beautiful on our Silver Foil as well!

 See the full article on the first Christmas card from the Bath Chronicle:

Stampin' Up! Christmas Card Idea
using Heat & Stick Powder 100625 
Hope you'll try this beautiful technique from this Stampin' Up! card idea video tutorial!


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this is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing this beautiful technique!

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