Holiday Framelits

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Today is the sketch challenge at Try Stampin’ On Tuesday.

Here is the sketch for this week:

Here is my take on the sketch:

In my Card Club this month I am featuring the Framelits and what you can do with them besides using them to cut out your stamped images.

On today’s card I used the Holiday Framelit to cut out an ornament from Be Of Good Cheer DSP.

I then used the Festive Paper-Piercing Pack #127857 $7.95 to punch a little border all around my ornament. The Festive Paper-Piercing Pack is FREE this month when you purchase the Ornament Keepsakes Stamp Set and Candlelight Christmas DSP #1322260 $47.90 or #132261 $38.95 OR if you purchase the Ornament Keepsakes Bundle & the Candlelight Christmas DSP #132262 $62.90 or #132263 $55.90 you then receice the Festive Paper Pack for FREE.

If you haven’t checked out my Clearance Rack on my Stampin’ Up! website make sure to do that soon! They have added 70 new items to the Clearance Rack. To get to my Online Ordering and the Clearance rack click HERE.

Here are some of my Favorites:

Med. Naturals White Envelopes #107303 $2.59


Med. Whisper White Square Envelopes #107289 $2.59


6 X 13 Magnet sheets #119816 $3.99 (I use pieces of these magnet sheets inside empty Clear-mount stamp cases #119105 $5.95 to store my framelits. The magnet holds them in place inside the case.)


Paper-piercing Tool #116631 $1.39

That’s just a few items there are a lot more but they are going fast!!!! Place your orders today!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
Glenda

2 thoughts on “Holiday Framelits

  1. Mynnette says:

    What a fabulous holiday card, Glenda! LOVE the patterned ornament on top of the bold red and green! 🙂

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