Is it time to start rubber stamping & embossing Christmas cards? It just might be if you like to get them well done ahead of time. And if a super short video with all the how to’s is right up your alley, you’re in the right place!
Spectacular cards don’t need to take forever to make. And rubber stamping mixed with heat embossing makes spectacular cards.
Let’s have a little lookey-see.
This Stylish Christmas stamp set is from the Annual Catalogue and it caught my eye way back in May. As one of the Distinktive stamp sets developed by Stampin’ Up! it’s bold yet soft at the same time. They call it photo-realistic and it really is unique.
Let’s see why I’m enjoying using it with my copper embossing powder.
Rubber Stamping & Embossing Christmas Cards
Do you like that pebbly kind of texture too you get with embossing the Distinktive stamps too? If you do, you might also think this one on vellum and designer series paper I did as a Facebook Live is pretty.
OK, here’s everything you need for rubber stamping & embossing Christmas cards just like this!
- Whisper White 3 7/8” x 5 1/8”
- Old Olive – 4” x 5 1/4”
- Real Red – 5 1/2” x 8 1/2”, scored at 4 1/4”
- Real Red cotton ribbon – about 10”
The video has it all for you!
So now it’s your turn to get busy with your embossing powder and heat tool. If they haven’t seen the light of day for a bit, take ‘em out and dust ‘em off!
And if you need any of the supplies I used, here they are. Remember, when you place a $75 order now until September 13th, I’ll enter your name in my Holiday Catalogue Raffle. Plus I’ll automatically send you my Santa’s Workshop Bonus Gift too! Just my way of thanking you for choosing to shop with me.
Rubber Stamping & Embossing for Christmas Cards