Tree Angle Christmas Card

tree angle stampin' up stamp set

Today’s I’m showing you a fun card using the Tree Angle stamp set from the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Mini Catalogue.  This is a fun and different type of stamp set where you build your tree using the triangles pieces in the stamp set.  It also coordinates with the Stitched Triangle Dies from the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue.

tree angle stamp setThe Tree Angle stamp set is photopolymer so it is super easy to line up all of the parts!  And this stamp is on sale right now for 20% off!  This stamp set is retiring and will only be available until January 4th.  You can see the retiring list and details here.

tree angle stampin' up stamp setAnother item on the retiring list on this card is the Wrapped in Texture Embossing Folders.  These  background folders, come as a group and are perfect for adding a little bit of texture and background to your cards.  And the Wrapped in Texture Folders are also on the retiring list and are on on sale at 50% off!  Regularly the folders are $11, but are now on sale for $5.50 but only while supplies last.

wrappd in texture embossing folders

I got this card in a demonstrator card swap (one of the many fun and business building things that we demonstrators do) from Zahra Premji.  I love how Zahara used bright, non traditional Christmas colours for this card.  The Stampin’ Up! colours are: Coastal Cabana, Magenta Madness and Daffodil Delight.  You can see the fill list of supplies used on this card below.

tree angle stampin' up stamp set

I love the little greeting element on this card.  Often it is just the little things that take a card design up a notch. If you are wondering how the greeting element was created, here’s how.

  1.  Stamp the saying with Whisper White ink onto a 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ piece of Designer Series Paper.  This piece of wood grain paper is from the In Good Taste DSP which is full of great textured pieces.
  2. Sprinkle White Embossing on top and heat with the Heat Tool.
  3. Punch out either end with the Banners Pick a Punch.
  4. Bundle approximately 8″ of twine into two loops and attach to the back of the saying with dimensionals and then attach to the front of the card.

One final piece of love I’ll give to the Tree Angle stamp set is that it has 6 different greetings in the stamp set.   It’s a great little stamp set if you are looking for a stamp set for next year’s Christmas cards and you can pick it up now on sale!

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