Stampin' for Christmas Blog Hop!

Saturday 3 September 2022 United Kingdom

Today we are blog hopping with papercrafters and Stampin' Up! demos for the Stampin' for Christmas blog hop!

If you are visiting my blog for the first time, hello and welcome!

There are only 113 days until Christmas! 

You might think it is too early to start Christmas crafting, however, if you like to be well organised, struggle to find time in the festive season or simply love creating Christmas cards like I do, there is absolutely nothing wrong with crafting for Christmas all year round.

I love creating non traditional Christmas looks and black, white and pink is one of my favourite colour combinations.

You've probably missed this modern monochrome Christmas card patterned paper. It's well hidden in the Celebrate Everything Designer Series Paper (host set).

Click here to take a browse through the patterns. 

To get this host, you'll need to spend £150 in a single order. You'll earn a percatnage of your order in Stampin' Rewards as well as unlock these exclusive host sets that can be redeemed with your Stampin' Rewards.
This pack of paper has a real mixture of patterns. I must admit I only bought this DSP for the tree pattern but there are some other patterns I know I'll use for Halloween and new year projects. 

I choose the Window Wishes bundle to use alongside this pattern paper. 

The bundle includes Window Wishes stamp set and Window dies.

I created a scene using the house and car Window Wishes photopolymer stamp set in Blushing Bride and Memento Black ink.

To give it some dimension, I stamped the images onto Basic White cardstock and then die cut them using the Window dies, adding them to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals.

I also fussy cut some of the trees from the Celebrate Everything DSP and added them to the scene on the front of the card and also on the insise of the card.

All the sentiments I've used are from the Window Wishes stamp set.

If you like this fancy fold, here are the measurements:


  • 29.8cm x 10.5cm
  • Score at 14.9cm

Cut 7.5cm from one end of the card (keep this piece*)

Blushing Bridge
  • 8cm x 11cm (quantity 2)

Basic Black 
  • 7.5cm x 10.5cm (quantity 2 - you'll already have one piece from the cardstock base*)

Basic White
  • 7cm x 10cm (quantity 2)

  • 6.8cm x 10cm (quantity 1)
  • 14.4cm x 10cm (quantity 1)

I've got a video tutorial for the same design but the cardstock and DSP are slightly different dimensions to the card I am sharing today. Click here to view the video.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog - I hope you enjoyed my project today! 
Now it's time to check out the other projects in the blog hop!
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Window Dies


  1. Beautiful Card Kim, I love to Monotone effect with that pop of soft pink! Looks great xx