Wednesday 29 December 2021

Christmas Card Multiples - Winter Foliage

Hi there

I'm back with the other Christmas card multiples I made this year.  I made two batches of two very similar designs, 16 cards in total, using the same stamp set and its companion dies, which I purchased very recently.  When I saw that The Greetery stamps were available in the UK from Seven Hills Crafts I just couldn't resist purchasing a few items!

I love winter foliage and berries for Christmas cards so these are the sets I made...

I stamped this design and the design in the second set (scroll down), using the layered stamping images from the set, on multiple pieces of white cardstock, which was made super easy using the MISTI as the images were in the correct place for the next piece.  Once stamped I then die cut the foliage clusters using the companion dies.  I then die cut the sentiment strips and stamped each one with the same sentiment.  Before adhering the die cuts I added three score lines to the edge of each card base.  The foliage die cuts were adhered flat and the sentiment strips I adhered on glue dots, so still slim enough to send easily through the mail.

This was the second design, using different stamps but the same layout...

Materials used:
  • Stamps: The Greetery - Budding Beauties Winter; Clearly Besotted - Simple Script
  • Dies: The Greetery - Budding Beauties Winter; Altenew - Featured Sentiments Die Set
  • Ink: Altenew - Forest Glades, Evergreen, Minty Mint, Lava Rock, Crimson, Velvet; Versafine Clair - Nocturne

Challenge entries:

AAA Cards - Game #205 - Christmas
Happy Little Stampers - December Christmas Challenge - Anything Goes
Happy Little Stampers - December Anything Goes with Dies Challenge
NBUS - Challenge #33 - The Greetery stamps and dies are new to my stash
Sweet Stampin' - Anything Christmas
CHNC - Challenge #574 - Anything Goes Christmas
STAMPlorations - December Theme and Photo Prompt Challenge (I used the photo prompt)
Uniko - Challenge #68 - Celebrate (Reds and Greens)

Thanks as always for visit, your support and feedback are so appreciated.  Just a few more to share so I'll be back soon.


  1. Fabulous CAS cards- the stamps are beautiful. Thank you for joining us at Sweet Stampin' this month.

  2. These are very pretty stamps which makes for a very lovely card! I love less is more cards and these are perfect... I am curious as to why you didn't just stamp directly on the cs rather than making it into a die cut...

    1. Thanks Marilyn :) To be honest, I didn't really have the design planned out, I just started stamping multiples of each on some offcuts and it evolved from there. But yes, it would have been much quicker to just stamp on the card base! :D x

  3. These cards are absolutely beautiful. I received one of them and I am delighted.
    Happy New Year Anita.
    BożenA xx

  4. These look great in your pics as well as in real life on my window sill, well one at least! A great idea for mass makes, so festive. Thanks for linking up your cards at Uniko. :)

  5. These cards are BEAUTIFUL!! I really like the simplicity of the 3 score lines on the edge. Wonderful. Fran

  6. Wonderfully elegant and beautifully CAS! Thanks for playing at Uniko, hope to see you join in with future challenges too. Stay safe and keep crafting!

  7. Stunning Christmas card. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Hazelnut Christmas Challenge

    DT Crafty Hazelnut Christmas Challenge

  8. Beautiful stamping, Anita! Loving your CAS design. Thanks so much for playing along at STAMPlorations Theme & Photo Prompt Challenge.Good Luck and Happy New Year!

  9. Anita,
    I love, love, love your CAS styled cards!
    Thanks for sharing these beauties in the Uniko Challenge #68.

    Happy New crafty year - wishes
    from Wiebke

  10. What perfect cards! Gorgeous and beautifully CAS. Thank you for joining us at AAA Cards. Sending love ~ Ishani


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