Fun and Easy Farmhouse Christmas Card

I couldn’t resist making another card with the Farmhouse Christmas stamp set. (Click HERE to see the first one I made) This set is so great to have in my collection because it’s so versatile. Can you see this stamp set in all of the seasons? I sure can! This card was lots of fun to make and is probably my last holiday card for the season. I hope you all are enjoying this time of year! Stay warm, happy and safe!!

 

Holiday Card Featuring #FarmhouseChristmas, #WinterWoods, #Christmas, #Holiday, #SecretsToStamping, #StampinUp

Holiday Card Featuring #FarmhouseChristmas, #WinterWoods, #Christmas, #Holiday, #SecretsToStamping, #StampinUp

 

 

My Secrets to Making This Project

  • Coloring the house was lots of fun! I love to color while “watching” TV. This house has quite a few colors and I really like how it turned out.
  • Then, I stamped and colored the tree. Once that was finished, I cut both the house and the tree out with their coordinating dies.
  • Next was choosing how to place them onto a card, so I stamped the background trees onto Balmy Blue cardstock. Then it was adhered onto Early Espresso cardstock and lastly onto the Read Red card base.
  • Of course, a holiday card just doesn’t seem right if there isn’t snow, right?? I trimmed a small width of Whisper White cardstock and adhered it to the card base.
  • The fence is one of the dies that really drew me to this bundle! I cut it out with Wood Textures DSP. Since it wasn’t wide enough to fit across the entire card front, I cut it, then adhered it to the card base. Once that was down, I placed the house on top with dimensionals and adhered the tree as well.
  • The sentiment was stamped in Soft Suede and cut with one of the stitched dies then layered with DSP fro Wood Textures with the die from Frosted Bouquet framelits.
  • Feeling like the card needed a little something, I was excited to use the Santa’s Workshop Enamel Shapes to add that special touch.

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9 Comments

  1. I love scenes and this is such a wonderful and cheery one. I’m certainly in the Xmas spirit now. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas.

  2. A very pretty card, thank you so much for sharing at Penny Black and More challenge where it’s all about traditional Christmas colors!

  3. Fabulous card!
    Thank you for sharing at Penny Black and more.
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year;-))m

  4. such a pretty christmas card! i love the bows on the fence but i especially like the sentiment; it’s perfect for those who might not be in a holiday mood. thank you so much for playing along with us at the penny black and more challenge.
    linda

  5. Beautiful! Love the colors, so Happy looking.

  6. I am soooo appreciative of your work. It’s gorgous. Thank you to Mary Fish for introducing me to your site. I look forward to all the inspiration you provide as I am a relatively new stamper and love your style. Thank you so much.

  7. I love this beautiful card, Debbie. With the blue sky and light colored tree, it makes it look as though the morning sun is hitting it. Great scene with all the little details. I had not noticed the Christmas enamel shapes until now. I’ll have to check them out. Thanks! Have a wonderful holiday.

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