October Card Class – Holiday Season


It’s October and the next thing you know – Christmas will be here.  I know – don’t rush you, right? I love this time of year. The only thing I don’t like is that it goes too fast. (of course till January 15, then time stops for 3 months)

My first card was based off of a card shown on the Stampin’ Up! blog.  It’s a Thanksgiving/Fall card.  I inked up the stamps and used a Stampin’ Spritzer to mist them with water before I stamped. Enjoy!

Four Feathers

Four Feathers

Stamps:  Four Feathers, For All Things, Gorgeous Grunge

Ink:  Cajun Craze, Bermuda Bay and Hello Honey Classic Stampin’ Ink, Encore Pad in Gold

Paper:  Very Vanilla and Cajun Craze card stock

Tools:  Feathers Framelits Die, Stampin Spritzer

Extras:  Gold Sequins, Gold and Natural Bakers Twine


The second card is a case from www.stampinjill.com. I completely revamped the colors and added things here or there, but essentially the same thing. I really liked that this was a non-traditional Christmas palette.

Embossed Christmas

Embossed Christmas 2

Stamps:  Sweet Essentials (ret)

Ink:  Lost Lagoon Classic Stampin’ Ink

Paper:  Lost Lagoon, Pear Pizzazz, Whisper White  card stock and Silver Foil Sheets

Tools:  Chevron Embossing folder

Extras:  1/8″ Silver Ribbon, All Is Calm Snowflake Embellishments, Linen Thread


This last card is a lot of fun for the holidays. I love the Art Deco type designer paper and of course – there is the stache!

Santa Stache

Santa Stache

Stamps:  Santa Stache

Ink:  Memento Ink in Tuxedo Black, Blendabilities in Cherry Cobbler – Light, Skin Tone pack in  Ivory and Blush

Paper:  Old Olive and Whisper White card stock,  Santa & Co Designer Series Paper

Tools:  Mustache Framelit

Extras:  5/8″ Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon (ret)




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  1. Wendy Carr says:

    Loved your cards tonight!! Always fun to see what you come up with

  2. Tricia Chuba says:

    Gorgeous and super fun cards Lisa!

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