Holiday Parade - October 2021 Class Sneak Peek!
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Holiday Parade - October 2021 Class

Here are the cards from my Holiday Parade stamp and go class.  The holidays are fast approaching so get a start on your cards now!  Recipes are included with each project and the supply details are listed at the end of this post.  Thanks for stopping by!

Card 1: Cool Penguin

The snow is reflecting so brightly that this penguin needs shades.  The Penguin body and shades are punched from black glitter paper.  The shades were made by punching it from the top edge of the inside body shape of the Penguin Builder Punch—where the eyes would have been stamped.  The beak was made by cutting a piece of the foot shape from the punch.  See the circled sections below.

Shades

The silver foil was embossed using the Wintry 3D embossing folder with the snowflake design.  Then a wonderful snowflake was attached to the foil with the penguin on top.  So cute!

20211016 Cool Penguin card

Here is the recipe:

  • Stamp Set: Snowbody Better (for sentiment)
  • Black Glitter paper for penguin body and shades
  • Basic White cardstock for penguin inner body
  • Pumpkin pie for penguin feet and beak
  • Memories & More small card with envelope in Basic White
  • Silver Foil
  • Ink Pad: Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
  • Wonderful Snowflakes
  • Penguin Builder Punch
  • Wintry 3D Embossing folders
  • Give It A Whirl Dies (for banner)
  • Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine

 

Card 2: Hedgehog and Berries

This little hedgehog is dashing to the kitchen with her berries, spilling some along the way.  She has plans to bake-up something special.  A standard office holepunch was used to punch circles from Cherry Cobbler cardstock and attached.  Sparkle was added using Wink of Stella-Clear.  The hedgehog was colored with Crumb Cake Stampin’ Blends and the apron with the White Stampin’ Chalk marker.  The DSP is Painted Christmas.

20211016 Hedgehog card

Here is the recipe:

  • Stamp Set: Joyful Life, Christmas to Remember
  • Painted Christmas Designer Series Paper 2 x 5 ¼”
  • Cherry Cobbler cardstock 5 ½ x 8 ½” plus scraps for circle hole punch for berries
  • Crumb Cake cardstock 2 ¾ x 4 ¼” for rectangle scallop (cut with die)
  • Wink of Stella Clear
  • Ink Pad: Tuxedo Black Memento Ink 
  • Stampin’ Blends: Crumb Cake, Flirty Flamingo, Shaded Spruce
  • White Stampin’ Chalk Marker
  • Stitched So Sweetly Dies
  • Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine

 

Card 3: Café Pig

This pig is enjoying their favorite hot beverage—coffee, tea, hot chocolate, whichever is your favorite.  It is a moving give card holder—when you open it, the flap inside moves to display the gift card.  The dots on the outside of the card were used by stamping the eraser top of a wooden pencil in Real Red ink.  The inner message was punched from Basic White cardstock using the Rectangular Postage stamp punch.

20211016 Pig and coffee card

20211016 Pig and coffee card-opem

To assemble:

  1. Use the 3 1/8 x 10 ½” piece. It is scored at 4 ¼” and 8 ½”.  Fold on the score marks. Secure the edges of the 2” portion to form a pocket.  Use strong adhesive like tear and tape or staple (one on each side). 
  2. For the movable flap that holds the gift card, this is the 2 ¼ x 4 ½” piece scored at ½” from each edge. Fold on the score marks to form a Z.  Using strong adhesive along the edge of one flap, attach it just above the fold mark to the 4 ¼” side of the piece from #1.  See photo.

        20211016 Pig and coffee card-top flap

  1. With the bottom of the movable flap folded up, tuck it into the pocket. Insert a gift card when ready.  You may need to untuck the flap first to make sure the card is in the fold.

20211016 Pig and coffee card-side view

Here is the recipe:

  • Stamp Set: Joyful Life,
  • Evening Evergreen cardstock 4 ¼ x 5 ½”
  • Basic White Cardstock 2 ¼ x 3 ½” for scalloped rectangle (die cut) and 2 ¼ x 1 ¾” for rectangular postage stamp punch
  • Real Red 3 1/8 x 10 ½” scored at 4 ¼ and 8 ½”; 2 ¼ x 4 ½” scored at ½” from each edge
  • Painted Christmas Designer Series Paper 4 x 5 ¼”
  • Wink of Stella – Clear (for lens on glasses)
  • Ink Pads: Real Red Classic Ink,  Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad
  • Stampin’ Blends: Petal Pink, Flirty Flamingo, Shaded Spruce, Real Red, Crumb Cake
  • Rectangular Postage Stamp Punch
  • Stitched So Sweetly Dies
  • Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine
  • Simply Scored

 

Card 4: Gold Foil Ornament

These ornaments were made using the Delicate Baubles dies, Brushed Metallic Cardstock and basic white cardstock.  Shimmer was added to the white outlines on the ornament using Wink of Stella clear.  The sentiments are from the Snow Wonder stamp set.  Because some of the pieces are narrow, you could use the fine tip glue or lightly dot liquid glue to attach. 

20211016 Ornament cards

Here is the recipe:

  • Stamp Set: Snow Wonder
  • Evening Evergreen cardstock 4 x 4”, note: the bow hanger was cut from the middle of this piece—it gets covered by the DSP
  • Basic White Cardstock 3 x 3” for circular ornament design; 3 x 4” for larger ornament design
  • Brushed Metallic Cardstock 3 x 3” for circular ornament design; 3 x 4” for larger ornament design
  • Painted Christmas Designer Series Paper 3 7/8 x 3 7/8”
  • Wink of Stella – Clear (for lens basic white design on ornament)
  • Ink Pads: Evening Evergreen Classic Ink
  • Wintry 3D embossing folders (used to emboss the gold foil ornament)
  • Delicate Baubles Dies
  • Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine

 

Supplies

Below are the supplies used for all the projects.  If you'd like to order any of the products, click on the pictured item to jump immediately to my website and shop or from the top menu, click on SHOP NOW.

Cool Penguin:

 

Hedgehog and Berries Card:

 

Café Pig Card:

 

Gold Foil Ornament Card:

 

Other:

 
 

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