We have a new catalogue that I know a few of you have been waiting eagerly for. I call it the Christmas catalogue but Stampin' Up! have renamed it the August -December 2020 Mini Catalogue. It's packed with Christmas cheer to take you all the way to the end of the year plus lots of products you can use all year round too.
I will be sharing a few projects over the next few months that I have created using some of my favourite products from this catalogue.
Today I am sharing some cards I made using the TAG BUFFET KIT on page 5. This kit was the first thing I added to my collection as I could see just how versatile it was. I am not a tag person but I knew I could make all of the tags into cards.
You could just make tags like the kit suggests & I have to say they are really lovely. The images are crisp & bright and the gold foil adds a bit of luxury.
Here is the contents of the kit:
As you can see it comes in a cute little box that you could reuse to house a gift. You get 5 of the 6 designs so it makes 30 tags. The coordinating colours are Garden Green, Pool party, Real Red, Shaded Spruce & White. By adding card bases in these colours it is easy to adapt the tags into standard size Christmas cards.
For these two cards I have added Garden Green as a card base.
For the rest of the cards I have added Real & Shaded Spruce card bases. I have used the coordinating stamp set TAG BUFFET which has some lovely sentiments as well as some Christmas images like a stocking, bauble & holly.
After I made these I decided to try a different image to see how it looked using the tags as a base. I chose to use the cute little reindeer in WARM & TOASTY stamp set on page 42 & have coloured him in with Stampin' Blends in Crumb Cake & Real Red.
If you are after some fun, quick cards then this kit might be just the thing you are looking for. Stay tuned for some more Christmas themed projects I will be sharing next week.
There is so much more to see in this catalogue. If you would like to see more click here to download a PDF or head over to my online store HERE. As always you can also download by clicking the picture of the catalogue on the right of my blog.