This 5 minute Christmas card tutorial will create a quick wow card sure to impress friends and family this holiday season. The beautiful “All is Bright” designer paper is the focal point of today’s Christmas card and is trimmed with strips of gold glimmer paper. Enhance with metallic details (which are huge this year!) by adding a head embossed greeting, metallic pearls and metallic threads.

During today’s Christmas card tutorial, I’ll provide tips for flawless heat embossing as well as a tip on building your own greeting using the words in the “Merry Christmas to All” stamp set. This stamp set is also offered as a Bundle which coordinating framelits. Purchase these two products as a Bundle will provide a 10% savings. I’ve included a picture of the Bundle in the supplies below.

Beautiful Christmas cards don’t have to take lots of time to complete. Stampin’ Up! has done an extraordinary job on creating beautiful designer papers that can easily do the work for you. Add a greeting and perhaps a small embellishment and you’ll have your holiday cards created in record time.

I’ve included pictures, cutting dimensions and picture supplies below for today’s Christmas card. Be sure to scroll down to see them. Oh, and don’t miss the exciting news about the new Stamparatus accessories also posted below.

Join Me Live Tonight!

I’ll be live on YouTube tonight with a new paper crafting demonstration. Plan to join me at 8PM EST – 5PM PST – 6PM MST – 7PM CST and invite a few friends to join the interactive fun. You’ll find me live HERE. If you can’t join us live, the replay will be available on my YouTube channel HERE.I’d love for you to subscribe to my YouTube channel so you don’t miss out on upcoming videos and live events.  If you’d like to chat/comment during the live event, follow these instructions: Desk top computers CLICK HERE or Mobile devices CLICK HERE.

Live on YouTube tonight for a paper crafting demonstration. Lisa's Stamp Studio

5 Minute Christmas Card Tutorial Video

Video tutorial - 5 Minute Christmas Card Tutorial. Merry Christmas to All by Stampin' Up!

This card was included in the Simon Says: Bling It On Challenge

Video tutorial - 5 Minute Christmas Card Tutorial. Merry Christmas to All by Stampin' Up! Close up view.

Cutting Dimensions

  • Whisper White cardstock base is cut 4 1/4″ x 11″ and scored at 5 1/2″
  • All is Bright Designer Paper is cut 2 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
  • Gold Glimmer Paper strips are each cut 1/4″ x 5 1/2″

Video tutorial - 5 Minute Christmas Card Tutorial. Merry Christmas to All by Stampin' Up! Aerial view.

Stock Up From the Clearance Rack

New items have been added to the Clearance Rack in my online store! Supplies are limited, and with discounts up to 60%, products will go quickly. Shop now and stock up. This includes FAST FUSE at more than 50% off! Be sure to use the current host code if your order is under $150 (before tax and shipping).

Save money and check the clearance rack for amazing paper crafting supplies. Stampin' Up!

Stamparatus Accessories

The best stamp positioner on the market, the Stamparatus, has even more to love! Beginning October 1 you can enjoy fabulous Stamparatus accessories! These new accessories include Small Grid Paper, Stamparatus Plates, and Stamparatus Foam Mats. Want it all? No problem! There’s an accessories pack to get them all with just one item code! Click HERE to view the PDF document that features the new accessories and pricing.

The perfect accessories for the best stamp positioner! Stamparatus accessories available October 1. Stampin' Up!

Have You Redeemed Your Coupons Yet?

If you placed a $50 product order in August, those Bonus Days coupons must be redeemed by September 30th. Not sure how to redeem them? CLICK HERE for a picture tutorial.

Stampin' Up! Bonus Days redemption. Lisa's Stamp Studio

Here are the supplies I used to create my Christmas card. Click on any of the images to be redirected to my online store. I offer exclusive and generous online ordering REWARDS, too!Shop online, get rewards. Lisa's Stamp Studio. Stampin' Up!

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