Christmas Season Stamps and Autumn Colors

Two of the stamp sets that were on sale yesterday carried forward from LAST YEAR, so I used Christmas Season stamps and Autumn colors to come up with something for this season. Aren’t they pretty? Totally inspired by Cheri Stojkovich last year and saved to my Pinterest Board. The sentiment comes from Christmas to Remember stamp set.

Something that I encourage my stampers to have on hand are Note Cards, even when they don’t have a sentiment on the outside. This time, I did stamp a sentiment. The Christmas Season stamp set was used on the outside, the envelope, and inside the lower right corner. Not a lot of stamping inside, though. These Note Cards are 3-1/2″ x 5″ which limits what you can say.

Be sure to stamp the corner of the envelope, too! Or, you can stamp the flap of the envelope. Everyone loves to get Happy Mail, and stamping on the envelope makes it even prettier. Especially if you have Informed Delivery, your recipients will have hours to look forward to the days’ mail. Stamp,p while you have the inks out and the stamps are inky to save yourself from getting them out again later.

Note Cards and Envelopes come in two colors: Basic White and Very Vanilla. Each package comes with 20 cards and 20 envelopes, and the cards are scored to make folding better. Remember: stamp on the side that has the “valley” caused by the scoring. Seems counter intuitive, but it helps to do this all the time, in case you use some other brand of products, and the card cracks. Good habit to learn.

Colors used: Pear Pizzazz, Mossy Meadow, Old Olive, Soft Succulent, Evening Evergreen, Soft Suede, and Delightful Dijon. Delightful Dijon is retired, but you could easily use Crushed Curry.

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  1. I LOVE all the fall colors and the just simply stamping onto a card base without adding anything else. Very NICE!! 🙂

    1. Thanks, Tonya! Clean and Simple, One Layer Card, no matter the name of this kind of card, I make TONS OF THEM every month!

  2. Wow! That’s a stunning card, Celia! Love the autumn take on it. I’m going to look at my stamp sets with new eyes.