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Tis the Season for Roses

Heart of Christmas Blog Hop 2019

Tonight’s Heart of Christmas card is using the Christmastime is Here Suite available until the end of November. It is a really beautiful suite of products, especially if you love roses!

This image is actually die cut from one of the sheets of the Designer Paper. That certainly makes things easier, although I do enjoy colouring, but sometimes you just need to get things done in a hurry, right?!!

The card base is Mossy Meadow with another piece of card cut 5mm shorter to layer on top. This piece is embossed with the Scripty 3D Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. Glue a piece of DSP to the left and wrap the ribbon around and tie is a knot. Now glue this layer to your card.

Christmastime is Here Suite, Stampin Up Holiday catalogue 2019 by Kate Morgan Australia.jpg

The sentiment is stamped in metallic ink onto a frame from the Ornate Frames Dies, which you can find in the Holiday catalogue (pg53). So many sentiments fit into these dies and they are a must have addition to your craft room!

Ornate Frames Dies.jpg

Add some Gold Glitter Enamel Dots and you have a wonderful card to send a loved one this Christmas.

Christmastime is Here Suite, Stampin Up Holiday catalogue 2019 by Kate Morgan Australia..

Click here to see the other ladies’ Heart of Christmas inspiration!

A full list of products can be found at the end of the post.


2019-2020 Annual Catalogue ends 2 June 2020

2019 Holiday catalogue ends 2 January 2020

Be sure to download a PDF copy from my SU Catalogue Library page today.


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7 thoughts on “Tis the Season for Roses”

  1. Stunning card Kate. Don’t you just love it when the dies match up with the DSP? You also made me go back to the catalogue to check out the ornate frames. Not sure I can fit anything else on my list though 🙂

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