The Stamp Review Crew Bonus Hop – Carols of Christmas

Welcome to addinktive designs and the Bonus SRC Blog Hop featuring the Carols of Christmas Stamp Set. 

Who Are We? – The SRC are a group of International Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators who love to show you lots of creative ways to use your stamps.

If you get lost along the way just click on the banner above to take you to the main blog where you will see a list of participants for this round.

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I’m really enjoying the Carols of Christmas Bundle and you’ll be pleased to know that it is available for customers to purchase as from tomorrow!

As you’re probably aware, I love to make 3D cards and thought I would revisit a card fold of mine that uses the Lots of Label Framelits; I call it a Labels Double Z-Fold Box Card – (Both tutorials are now available to purchase).

To mix it up a bit I decided to use very different DSPs and a slight variation in the construction of each.

Carols of Christmas #1

Product List for Carols of Christmas #1

Big Shot

$159.00

Carols of Christmas #2

Product List for Carols of Christmas #2

Big Shot

$159.00


If you started the hop from the beginning, I’m ‘lucky last’ on the list but if you started here with me, make sure you hop onto Val’s blog and then continue on to see all the inspiration for this beautiful stamp set from the rest of The Stamp Review Crew.

Up next on the Stamp Review Blog Hop is Valerie Moody

Or you can hop back to Tanya Boser

Here’s a couple of other projects that I have made with the Carols of Christmas Bundle this month –

Thanks for hopping by!

PS:  Both tutorials are now available to purchase –

http://addinktivedesigns.com/product/carols-of-christmas-1-2-labels-double-z-fold-box-card-tutorial-bundle/

About Bronwyn Eastley

Independent Stampin' Up! ® Demonstrator, AUSTRALIA

18 thoughts on “The Stamp Review Crew Bonus Hop – Carols of Christmas

  1. These are just awesome with the label Framelits! Do you have a video on r instructions using the label Framelits?. I would really love to do these at My Xmas card class. I know My Ladies will love these!!

    1. Hi Linda. I have a tutorial that uses Cookie Cutter Christmas and retired DSP. Am in the process of writing a new one for Carols of Christmas. I should have it finished by the weekend.

  2. Two fabulous cards with two different feels. Love that you used the Daisy DSP for the background of the first card. Looks like a gorgeous night sky! The mix of the DSP for the second one gives it a fun, festive feel. Thanks for sharing! Rochelle xo

  3. These are the most beautiful Christmas cards I’ve seen this year. I’d love to have instructions and dimensions.

  4. OMG, Bronywn, these are fantastic!! I can just imagine the look of wonder on the recipient’s face when he or she opens this up for the first time. Gorgeous!

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