Video : 2016 Same but Different Christmas Card Series – No 2 – Using One Stamp Set for Six Cards!

Back with another video sharing six more cards in my 2016 Same but Different Christmas Card Series and today I decided to play with just one stamp set to create a set of CAS cards.  This card set is for the Scrapbook Boutique blog and you can find the deets here.

You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.














You don’t need to have a stack of supplies to create different cards, just one fabulous stamp set and you are good to go!

You can find all the products linked below, or you can head on over to Scrapbook Boutique and maybe do a little Christmas shopping (for yourself). Have you started your cards yet, let me know how you are going?

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Other Supplies:  Copics – 0 / E000,00,11 / RV10,13 / YG00,03 / YR00,04,24 / W4 / T0,2 / Y17,38.

18 thoughts on “Video : 2016 Same but Different Christmas Card Series – No 2 – Using One Stamp Set for Six Cards!

  1. Absolutely adorable cards, Therese! I love them all…especially the last few! Partial coloring is perfect for these charming little elves! Can’t wait to see your video 🙂

  2. Oh my Therese, these are adorable. Your coloring is fabulous and I had to look through your cards twice they were enchanting. love love love them.

  3. A great set of cards. Love how you cut away part and add the pattern paper – I’m going to CASe that one day! The last ones mostly black & white with a touch of colour are also fab.

  4. Oh Therese, I love the cards that have just one element colored! And I am always tickled to see Christmas cards in colors other than just green and red.

  5. So sweet, Therese … all of them … I was especially taken with the partially coloured ones … love the idea of making one part of the truly special! My Christmas cards are started … I have another date with them at the weekend! Hugs, Anita 🙂

  6. I love watching (and hearing) you create, Therese. I’ve always loved these elves and your coloring and fussy cutting the edge gives them a different look. So does highlighting only one part of the image and adding extra detail to that portion. I will be CASEing these soon.

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