Santa Collage

santa-collage
Using SU Carstock Soft Suede

Friends of mine have a birthday soon and they receive 5 Christmas cards (means 15 extra cards) with matching envelopes in nice packaging. Since I still keep my PTI Stamps in CD cases, I can use the clear boxes, in which the stamps are sold as a gift box. Clever idea, right ? Freunde von mir haben bald Geburtstag und sie bekommen jeder 5 Weihnachtskarten (bedeutet für mich 15 Extra Karten) mit Umschlägen in netter Verpackung. Da ich meine PTI Stempel nach wie vor in CD Hüllen verstaue, benutze ich die Klarsichthüllen in denen die Stempel verkauft werden als Geschenkboxen. Clevere Idee oder ?

Anyway. For this mass production I took “Santa Collage”. It does not take much – because this stamp speaks for itself. The text and the dots are stamped in Gold using “Tsukineko Brilliance Galaxy Gold”. I am enthusiastic about the result. Wie auch immer. Für diese Massenprodutkion habe ich “Santa Collage” genommen. Es braucht nicht viel, denn dieser Stempel spricht für sich. Der Text und die Punkte sind mit “Tsukineko Brilliance Galaxy Gold” gestempelt.

For the sentiment i have used my MINI MISTII do not need to explain it further – that also speaks for itself. Für den Spruch habe ich mein Mini MIST genommen. Auch das brauche ich nicht weiter erklären – es spricht für sich selbst.

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Using SU Cardstock Cherry Cobbler
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Using SU Cardstock Dapper Denim

 

 

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11 thoughts on “Santa Collage

  1. Monika Reeck 27. November 2016 / 20:11

    I love your circle there
    it makes your card elegant
    and nice image you have too
    we (me and Lilian) made challenge at Creartive with Stamps
    you still have time till the end of the month
    the theme is Make a card with Bird stempel
    siehe hier bitte
    http://creativewithstampschallenge.blogspot.de/

    LG
    Monika

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  2. DebGem 22. November 2016 / 20:56

    One of my favourite Santa images! Love all the colourways you’ve made. Thanks so much for playing along with 52CCT this week! Deborah, DT.

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  3. laurieu 20. November 2016 / 18:08

    wonderful image and I like how you used Santa on the different colored cards. Great job!

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  4. kathyk4 20. November 2016 / 15:31

    SPLENDID make and I so love that Santa image

    Kathyk

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  5. Cely 20. November 2016 / 14:31

    Oh Imk!!! These are gorgeous! What wonderful gifts too. These have an old world feel. Just absolutely love them. Yes, I heard awesome news from .Faith. Left message on Facebook. She continues to be in my thoughts and prayers.

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  6. Sian Cheetham 20. November 2016 / 14:00

    This is a beautiful set of cards. I love that stamp! Thank you for joining us at Cardz 4 Galz. Sian (DT).

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  7. Sarah Gray 20. November 2016 / 12:35

    I totally love that vintage Santa – he is so warm and jolly! The gold stamped circle border looks fabulous and adds a rich tone to the design. It looks great in all of the colours you have used. Thank you for playing along with us at Less is More 🙂

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  8. estherpatrick 20. November 2016 / 12:02

    What a fab vintage design, so eye catching and looking great in the different colour ways! I love that Santa stamp; great choice for our vintage theme at Less is More. Thanks so much for playing along with us!

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  9. Sharon 20. November 2016 / 11:35

    Beautiful cards Imke. I have that stamp and had forgotten all about it until I saw your post! He is a real beauty isn’t he? And almost any colour suits him. You have made a fab set of Christmas cards here. Thanks do much for sharing them with us at Less is More xx

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  10. Pia 20. November 2016 / 11:06

    I love posts like this, showing how you can use exactly the same supplies and create such different looks by just changing the colors. And bravo for coming up with this CAS eye catching design, perfect for mass production!

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