Gnome Christmas Card & Tag & Behind The Scenes

Gnome Christmas Card featuring the Color Splash 11 color inspiration.

Today I have a little bit of a different blog post and video for you. First I made the cute Gnome Christmas Card and tag using the Color Splash 11 inspiration.

On the background of the Gnome Christmas card I used the Stampin’ Blends to draw lines in patterns. This is a fun and simple way to create backgrounds and add fun color to your cards.

Stampin' Blends create beautiful backgrounds for any card.

Ok, now let’s talk about a few other things.

In my video I share how I am prepping for my Luvin’ Stampin’ Monthly club and my Fall PJ Paper Party.

So many stacks of beautiful cut and sorted paper. All labeled and ready for the rest of the kit contents.

Of course I’ve always got my trusty side-kick, Buddy. Buddy is my oldest dog, he’s 10 and he’s always with me.

These little cards are my new Thank You cards for customer orders. I am excited to mail them out with the All The Trimmings Embellishments next month for all those that ordered in August.

Gnome Christmas Card Stampin’ UP! Supply List:

If you want to see Color Splash 11 original post you can CLICK HERE.



    • Debby Boone says

      Sweet stamp set. Thanks for the great tips on using it. I hope that you not only reach your goal but that you exceed it!!

  1. CaroleAnn says

    The card and tag are so cute. Great idea you gave us with the background. I love Buddy so darn cute, his eyes are looking at you adoringly. My cat Sam looks at me like that !!! To feel loved – great feeing;)
    Love the ending of this video too, the bagel idea!! Now I am hungry. Can’t wait to receive the paper goodies for the fall project – it all looks like fun! Thanks, and be blessed.

  2. Mary Hubbard says

    Such a great organizated work room. You do impress me alot. Thank you for the review, it very interesting how you get everything done. Love to you đź’•

  3. D says

    WOW! You are your best customer for sure. Is having stamp clubs the money making part of being a Demonstrator? I see a lot of Demonstrators who do clubs. Is that the way to go now?

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