Christmas in July!

Hello stamping friends! I’m so happy to be back here. Things are starting to flow a little more smoothly and I’m getting more stamping time in.

Today starts another fun new challenge over at Double Trouble! It’s Christmas in July!

Thing 1 wants to see us all pull out our Christmas goodies and get a Christmas card done!

I have this cute Feliz Navidad die that I have never used! It’s by Memory Box and I love it. It’s one die. The top part cuts the positive and the lower part cuts the negative. Very fun to cut out and see the result!

I have a lot of fabulous friends who speak Spanish and I’m working hard to learn. So I’m excited to give this one out when Christmas comes around!

The beautiful Christmas foliage images are by The Stamp Market. I embossed some of the outline images with gold to add some fancy and added lots of sequins and some shiny enamel dots to add to the fancy effect.

Thing 3 also wants to see ribbon on your Christmas card so I added some gold ribbon to coordinate with all the glimmer

I love floral arranging and decorating so when it comes to using stamps like this, I find myself having just as much fun doing it with paper!

For this challenge, we are partnering with Heart 2 Heart. They have the Christmas in July theme going on over there so it’s perfect! After you’ve created your card and shared it with us at Double Trouble, be sure to head over there and link it up with them too.

Thank you for stopping by!

:)Kellianne

6 thoughts on “Christmas in July!

  1. I love this, what a great card! Thanks for playing along with Heart 2 Heart Challenges (H2H).

    Brandi R.
    DT member H2H
    crzy4scrapbooking.blogspot.ca

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