It’s Thursday and time for another Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop! I can’t wait to see what my teammates have created this week! I used the Sweet Candy Canes Bundle and the Decorated Pines Dies to create my card for today.
We have a color challenge for the Hop today and I used Sweet Sorbet, Basic White, Pool Party and Garden Green as the colors for my card.
Using the largest die from the Candy Canes Dies set with the diagonal stripes, I die cut a panel in Garden Green and Sweet Sorbet. The Garden Green panel was adhered to a Basic White Thick cardstock base “right side” down. The Sweet Sorbet panel was adhered over top of the Garden Green panel and was adhered “right side” up to create a really cool looking crosshatch pattern on the card front.
Using the candy cane dies from the Candy Canes Dies set, I die cut two candy canes from the Sweetest Christmas 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper. I chose the candy canes with Sweet Sorbet, Garden Green and Pool Party stripes. Crossing the candy canes and using a combination of liquid glue and Stampin’ Dimensionals the candy canes were adhered to the card front.
Several pine boughs were die cut in Garden Green and Pool Party cardstock using the Decorated Pine Dies. The pine boughs were slipped under either side of the candy canes and adhered to the card front.
A sentiment from the Sweet Candy Canes Stamp Set was stamped in Sweet Sorbet ink onto a piece of Basic White cardstock and die cut using the 2nd to smallest die from the Stylish Shapes Dies set. Another circle was die cut from the Garden Green dotted print from the Sweetest Christmas Designer Series Paper and the sentiment label was adhered to this circle. The sentiment label was then adhered to the card front.
An additional sentiment was stamped onto a white panel in Sweet Sorbet ink. I also stamped a partial candy cane onto the bottom of the panel along with two greenery sprigs. The panel was adhered to a Garden Green mat then adhered to the inside of the card.
To finish off the card front I tied a double bow using Sweet Sorbet Metallic Woven Ribbon and adhered the bow above the sentiment label. One red Festive Pearl was also adhered to the top of the sentiment label.
The candy cane image and greenery were stamped onto the bottom left of the envelope front and a piece of coordinating designer series paper was adhered to the envelope flap and I trimmed around the flap to finish off the envelope.
You can view a pdf tutorial for this card by clicking on the image below.
Thank you for stopping by to check out my card! I hope you enjoyed it! Now let’s get back to the Hop! Please be sure to check out all of the other blogs for some amazing inspiration. Click on the “Next” link below to be taken to Amy Koenders blog and the top of the Hop list. Enjoy!
Here is a list of those participating in the Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop today. You can click on any name below to be taken directly to their blog.
- Amy Koenders
- Mary Deatherage
- Kristi Gray
- Sue Prather
- Karen Finkle
- Akiko Sudano
- Karen Ksenzakovic
- Tara Carpenter
- Terry Lynn Bright
- Carol Buckalew (You are here!)
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19 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Sweet Candy Canes Christmas Card for the Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop”
Very pretty Carol 🙂 Love those candy canes and that lattice background is perfect
Thank you, Karen! It’s a fun set! 🙂
Super cute card! TFS
Thanks, Tara! 🙂
So cute! Love the background layering, great candy cane die cuts too! 🙂
Thank you, Amy!
So pretty Carol!! Love the die cut background! 😊
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Your card is stunning!
Thank you so much, Michelle!
Love your cross-crossed background. So colorful and fun! TFS
Thanks, Susan! The Sweet Candy Canes Bundle is a fun set to play with! 🙂
These are such great background dies. Love how you varied the colors :O)
Thank you, Terry Lynn! I had yet to use those large striped dies so this card was a lot of fun to make!
Oh my! Love that green and red plaid!! 🙂
Thank you, Mary! Love the look of those large striped dies from the Bundle…lots of fun!
Love the die cut background in 2 colors! Very pretty card.
Thanks very much, Julie! I had fun creating this card!
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