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Stampin' Up! Christmas in July Festival of Trees Card Makeover

Stampin-up-christmas-in-july-festival-of-trees-2015-cardWelcome to my first 2015 Christmas in July project featuring this easy makeover using the Festival of Trees stamp set and coordinating Tree Punch from Stampin' Up!

It was exciting to see a special Christmas section in the new catalog and I was thrilled that this set and punch bundle was carried over from the 2014 Holiday Catalog.  And, you can save 15% when you purchase the stamp and the punch together as a bundle using item # 137640.

Let's take a look at the video tutorial from last year.  You'll see that there are just slight differences to get that different look.  Can't see the video below?  Find it here on my You Tube Channel!

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  • If you watch the video, you can see that there are very few changes yet give a different look to the card. 
  • Try looking through your other handmade creations for ideas for your Christmas cards.
  • The inside of this card has a 4 x 4 piece of Very Vanilla with the little bird and "For Lots of Joy at Christmas" in Real Red ink.
  • This is a great card to mass produce: cut all pieces, stamp and punch, tie ribbons, adhere together, complete inside.
Are you ready to start your Christmas cards and paper crafting projects?  I hope you enjoyed today's idea using Stampin' Up! Festival of Trees our first card in the ink and inspirations Christmas In July series!


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