It’s the Little Things – February 2023 Christmas Card

Hi friends,

February has flown by! I’m not really complaining – I’m ready for warmer weather! ๐Ÿ™‚ But I did manage to create a Christmas card to add to my stash for later this year, despite the shorter month. I’m creating a new card each month – you can find January’s card here.

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I used the cute little Magical Gnome stamp set from Unity Stamp Company to create this month’s Christmas card. I also used the Scallops and Rectangles Nesting Dies from Unity. They’re not available right now but hopefully they will restock them soon. (These Stitched Mini Scallop Rectangle STAX Die-namics from MFT Stamps are similar.)

To make the card, I stamped the cute gnome on white card stock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, colored him with Copic markers and die cut the image. I layered the image to red card stock die cut with the same die set. I die cut a larger piece of green card stock, layered it to a white card, and attached the gnome to the top right corner. I stamped the sentiment with black ink on white card stock and trimmed it into a banner shape. I layered the sentiment banner to a slightly larger banner cut from patterned paper and attached the piece to the card. To finish the card, I added a tiny red gem to the center of the ornament.

I’ve created 12 Christmas cards so far this year (6 of 2 different designs) so I’m on my way to being ready when December gets here! ๐Ÿ™‚ Are you joining me in building your stash?


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