Monday, November 4, 2019

Christmas theme for the Glimmer and Glam Girls

It is so hard to believe that it is already November. Do you know what else is hard to believe? It is time again for our monthly blog hop! This month the theme we are hopping to is Christmas.We are 51 days until the big dance! This morning on my local news, one of the anchors was toying with the idea of decorating her home for Christmas. Her co-anchor was certainly not a fan of the idea, I am not going to lie, I want to start too. With all of the kids living on their own, it is a much bigger task to decorate the house all by myself. I put up three trees, and have to contemplate whether or not to put one up out in my barn. Sigh.

Speaking of the barn, a lot of time was spent in the barn this weekend. Cleaning and organizing. It is craft show season, as well as the Christmas season, so there has been a lot of crafting. My house was really in a state, so I spent a few days cleaning and organizing, getting things back in order because I have my team meeting tomorrow night.  Lots of classes coming up as well. Christmas cards are in demand along with tags, gifts and so much more. I have designed several classes to cover all of these needs, and today I will share a card with you that was in one of these classes.

The card I want to share with you is part of the product suite, "Night Before Christmas" which is found on page 25 of the Occasions Catalog. The suite consists of stamps, dies, ribbon and memories and more cards as well coordinating cards and envelopes. I will be sharing more cards from this suite in the coming weeks.

This card was super simple to make, the DSP made the card. I cut the DSP down to 4 and 5 1/4 inches. It was layered on a night of navy card stock base,  cut to 4 1/4  X 11 and scored at 5 1/2. I stamped the sentiment on very vanilla card stock, which was punched out with the tailored tag punch. I punched the tailor tag punch on the gold foil and cut it in half. I layered the sentiment on the gold foil. The Santa die was cut out of early espresso card stock and I covered it in Wink of Stella give it a little shine!It does not photograph well but it is a great way to bling a card with out much work!

 I also colored the lights on the Designer Series Paper with Wink of Stella to add a little shimmer. To finish it off, make a quite knot and add it above the sentiment and finish it off with a gold designer element. Don't forget to add a nice red jewel to Rudolph, to complete the card! 

This card is a simple, but beautiful card. If you would like to purchase any of these products, use HOST code 4BBNTGUS  here  or,  if you would like to see the tutorial for this card and others, you can email me for a link to purchase! If you need to know which products to purchase, they are all listed below

Now to look atall the other Christmas ideas designed by my talented stamping friends! Be sure to give them some comments, as you check their blogs out! 




Product List
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  1. GlitterGlamGirlsRubber Room Ramblings - Christine Kolly
  2. GlitterGlamGirlsStampin' Created By U-Lisa Bauer
  3. GlitterGlamGirlsStamping with Tamie - Tamie Ackerson
  4. GlitterGlamGirlsBasement Bunch Stampers - Kim Vogel
  5. GlitterGlamGirlsOrange Peony Papercrafts - Cheryl Grigg
  6. GlitterGlamGirlsLynnzcrafters - Lynn Streifert
  7. GlitterGlamGirlsDawn's Creative Chalet - Dawn Bourgette
  8. GlitterGlamGirlsThe Lady and Her Stamps - Raquelle Bath
  9. GlitterGlamGirlsThe Creativity Barn - Laura Anderson
  10. GlitterGlamGirlsThe Craft Sergeant - Tara Stay

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