Now that it’s 40% off, do you want more Christmas Traditions Punch Box ideas to play with your new inks and stamps? You’ll see just how versatile and beautiful these little sentiments and punches are in today’s elegant Christmas card.
Have you been really debating about getting the Christmas Traditions Punch Box? Then you might want to check out my complete over the top Steal of a Deal over on my Facebook Group to sweeten the pot just a bit.
See my last project too. A Christmas bag and tag also using this punch box shows off its timelessness.
And here’s a few more ideas from Stampin’ Up! to get even more life from this lovely Christmas box.
My design today is one of my “favouritist” layouts. One you can reproduce over and over again that will always look new and fresh.
What a simple layout you can change up any way you like. And use over and over again!
Mine has the Swirls & Curls embossing folder for a central offset piece matted on some shiny champagne foil. Tied with a easy-to-do knot from Pool Party shimmery ribbon, it’s a beautiful design.
Then my punched greeting takes centre stage matted on a 1 3/4” circle and framed with a scalloped 2” circle.
Simple. Pretty. Fast!
While I chose soft colours for Christmas this time, it’s be awesome in richer, bolder tones too. Try it in Cherry Cobbler or Shaded Spruce. Or how about Night of Navy? Which one will you try first?
Jo’s Design Tips:
- make sure to use liquid glue or Tear & Tape to hold your embossed panel to it’s matting. SNAIL is not strong enough to hold it in place.
- add your rhinestones in odd numbers: 3-5-7 to add balance to your card
- tie an overhand knot. Left over right and through, then right over left and through will get a nice square knot.
- don’t pull your knot too tight. Less is more for a prettier know.
Here are all the supplies for this simple card. Thanks so much for shopping with me.
Christmas Traditions Punch Box Ideas