Today, I am giving you directions to make the screen card below using Stampin' Up!'s Festival of Trees stamp set:

Stampin' Up! Festival of Trees Jeannine Tarrio Demonstrator Maine


Stampin' Up! Festival of Trees

1.     Score card stock on long side 2 13/16” from each end.
2.    Center Decorative Label punch on center panel and punch.  Punch right panel by folding behind center panel to use as guide to line up and punch. Repeat for left panel.
3.    Sponge long white rectangles with Cantaloupe Crisp ink.
4.    Adhere DSP and sponged  card stock to middle of panels – see picture.
5.    Stamp tree in Garden Green on small white rectangle. Stamp Merry Christmas in Cherry Cobbler across front of tree.  Adhere to Cantaloupe Crisp rectangle.  Adhere to DSP on front panel.
6.    Stamp tree in Garden Green on Pistachio Pudding card stock and punch with Tree Punch. Adhere with Stampin’ Dimensionals to lower right corner of right panel.
7.    Stamp Saying on Whisper White Scrap with Cherry Cobbler ink and punch out with Note Tag punch. Glue to upper left corner of right panel sliding under tree.
8.    Add sequin stars with mini glue dots to tree tops, and 3 circle sequins to middle panel.


    Item    Item#    Price    Page    Dimensions
Stamps    Merry Everything Bundle    137636    $28.75    H 13    
    Festival of Trees Bundle    137640    $27.95    H 24    
    Teenie Tiny Wishes    127802    $26.95    18    
Cardstock    Crisp Cantaloupe    131298    $6.95    179    5 ½” x 8 7/16”, 2” x 2 ¾”
    Whisper White    100730    $8.50    183    2 1/8” x 4 ¼”,  (2) 2” 2 ½” , scrap
    Pistachio Pudding    131294    $6.95    179    2” x”3”
Designer Paper    Trim the Tree Stack    135824    $6.95    H 7    2 1/8” x 4 ¼”
Ink    Garden Green    126973    $5.95    182,   Cherry Cobbler    126966    $5.95    182      
Accessories    Decorative Label Punch    120907    $16.95    220    
    Sponges    101610    $3.50    210    
    In Color Sequins    133631    $4.95    208    
    Basic Rhinestones    119246    $4.95    209                    

I first made this card for our Maine Demo Stampers Day in September. It is fairly easy to make and we have made it in my clubs and workshop in October.  It is one of my customers' favorite cards.


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