Dec 082011

Those Inkadinkado Inchie stamp sets can be used for more than just Inchies!  Here I’ve paired one of the sweet little holly images with some of SU’s bold striped dsp.

Loved the results so much that I made 9 more!

I’m sorta getting into this mass production thingy.  Happy Crafting!

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Stamps: Inkadinkado “Winter Wonderland”; SU “Teeny Tiny Wishes”

Papers: PTI Select White; SU Real Red, Always Artichoke and Big Top Birthday DSP

Inks: SU Always Artichoke; Copic Lipstick Red

Accessories: Martha Stewart Holly Edger Punch; Nestabilities Classic Circles; Grosgrain Ribbon

16 Responses to “Holly and Stripes”

  1. Susan, you’re making me jealous! My stamping area is a disaster =P, (due to major cleaning going on), so, as much as I would love to sit there for even 30 minutes and make something half as lovely as these, it is totally impossible right now!
    At least I get to come visit you and visually feast on the wonderful things you create! =)

  2. What a great design! I love all those tiny holly leaves!

  3. Love these cards!!

  4. Love this! Those big, bold stripes look fabulous with the holly.

  5. What a great idea for using a little stamp. Love the match-up with the border punch!

  6. The punch and the stamps coordinate perfectly! Way to use your paper “outside the box”! 🙂 I love it!
    That’s what I’ve been doing too- find a card I like and make as many as supplies will allow of the same one! 🙂

  7. Love the results Susan – Darling card!

  8. Wow! These are outstanding. Love the stamped background and matching holly border. Lovely clean, crisp design.

  9. What a great CAS card for mass production…I haven’t even started mine…YIKES!

  10. Nice card for mass production! It’s very festive and cute!

  11. What a great idea.

  12. Your Christmas Cards are sooo pretty…the little stamped holly leaves are sooo sweet and I love the punched holly leaves at the bottom!!!!

  13. That is too cute and such a great idea, thanks for sharing! I really need to get on my cards!

  14. Beautiful! And I continue to be jealous of those who are making such progress on the card front!

  15. Cute cards! I belive I have this stamp set, but have not yet used it. Must remedy that ASAP. *grin*

  16. Love the punched border on the bold paper – striking! And what a great idea to use inchie stamps for backgrounds. Exceptional idea. Love this card Susan! Best, Curt

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