Saturday, November 7, 2015

CropStop Christmas Card

Hello, friends!  Today I'm posting for CropStop to share a Christmas card I created using a beautiful Spellbinders Die carried at CropStop.  This is just one of dozens of wonderful die-cuts they carry.   I hope that you will stop by CropStop to see ALL the amazing products they carry.  They're sure to have several products you're familiar with and use on a regular basis.  So next time you need to replace something you run out of, or just want to treat yourself to something wonderful and new; think of CropStop because they will likely have what you want and need.  AND......when you use any CropStop products, you are able to play along in our FUN MONTHLY CHALLENGES for the chance to win some CropStop goodness of your own.
I started with some Making Memories Christmas patterned papers and matching supplies from my stash.  Next, I cut the Spellinders Die-Cut Frame from red cardstock.  I stamped my Christmas sentiment on vellum using Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Soot Black and placed it in the center of the Spellbinders frame.  Next, I added some silver jingle bells using Ivory Burlap String to tie them together.   I also used some Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Barn Red to ink the edges of my card.

Why not grab some CropStop products (or some you already own), and create something to share in our challenge.  We love having you stop by the CropStop Blog to see the inspirational cards and projects we share; and we especially love seeing all the great projects you're making.  Have a great week, and keep crafty.

Scrapy Land Challenge Blog - Challenge #29 - I used a Spellbinders frame die-cut on my project.  I'm also applying for the Guest Design Team spot at Scrapy Land Dies, and hoping for the best!



  1. Beautiful card Karen - love the frame on the soft colours of the paper. A lovely sentiment too.

  2. Love the Spellbinder die that you used to frame that beautiful sentiment! Thanks for playing along with us at Scrapy Land Challenge #29!

  3. Just wonderful, lovely Christmas card and love the spellbinder die cut.Fabulous ideas and great inspiration.
    Hugz from Wisconsin, Patricia
    Scrapy Land Store
    rubber stamping is my game blog