Happy Holidays

Hello everyone… We are half way through October. Can’t you believe that??? Today I have a clean-and-simple Christmas Holidays card with no-stamping on it.

I used Darice Heavy weight cardstock as the cardbase, and then I used one of the retired Winter themed papers from Close To My Heart for the background.

I die cut the Stitched Winter Landscape Die out of a white cardstock and then I added it on the patterned paper with liquid adhesive. I die cut them again with the largest size of the Crazy Double Running Stitch Recangle Nesting Dies and I added it on the card base with permanent adhesive.

For the sentiment, I die cut the Happy Word Die and Holidays Word Day out of red cardstock and added them on the card with liquid adhesive.

I am inspired by the CUTplorations October Challenge:

You still have time to play along with this challenge until the end of the month. Use the inspiration photo (and include it in your post) and any brand of die cuts. Just be sure to use at least one STAMPlorations product (stamp, stencil, die, coloring page) on your project. Don’t have any STAMPlorations products yet? There is a free digi here, you can use. Cards, tags, scrapbook pages, mixed media projects … all are welcome. GO HERE to read all the details, see the team inspirations and to link up your project.

And before you got… I have a special code for you to grab any STAMPlorations stamps, stencils, and dies and save 20% of your purchase: STAMPGIRLHELEN. You can use this code on all regular and sale-priced products, but cannot combine with other discount codes you have. Enjoy!

THANK YOU so much for stopping by my blog today! I hope you find inspiration 🙂 Have a fabulous blessed day!

I also link up at:

Challenge Weeks #304-305

October Challenge

October Christmas Challenge








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8 thoughts on “Happy Holidays

  1. How striking your red/black/white card, Helen…a combination that is bold, dramatic and festive, all at the same time! Love this!