You are going to love these cute DIY Christmas ideas that I saw at Susan Adams' house a couple weeks ago! I was stamping at her house while I was at the 2015 Stampin' UP! Founder's Circle retreat!!  She has GREAT displays in her room and I loved the opportunity to get some great ideas for Christmas cards, tags and other DIY projects!  Susan and Janet (Baker) are amazing hostesses and I was grateful to spend a morning with them!


Above: create this beautiful poinsettia card quickly with the Boughs & Berries embossing folder (#139671) and a cut out poinsettia from the Season of Cheer paper pack! (139590).  The merry was die cut from Red Glimmer Paper using the Christmas Greetings thinlits. Did you see the adorable Winter Wonderland embellishment in the center of the flower!? 🙂

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Above: use the Baker's Box thinlit die and the holly paper from the Home for Christmas paper pack.  The cute little Santa is just cut out of the Home for Christmas paper as well!!! CUTE!!  Know what I really love about this cute box? The Mint Macaron Lace trim!  How cute is that touch!?  Need tips on the Baker's Box thinlit? watch my video here.

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Above: CUTE CUTE Santa Hat is created with the Tree Punch and Word Window punch and Glimmer paper.. .oh my.. how easy is that but how adorable!!  Look at all the fun layers of ribbons and trims… White Seam Binding ribbon, Real Red Pompom trim, and 1/8" striped ribbon.   The cute Santa's on his way stamp is from the Cup of Cheer set, pg 18 Holiday catalog.

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 I hope you enjoyed those cute Christmas ideas as much as I did! Thank you to Susan and Janet for sharing your creativity!!





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