stampin’ up sunday: holly jolly


The other day I posted that it was a

Stampin’ Up kind of morning…
I’m in a mass production mode for holiday cards.  I don’t generally like to do that but like always, I’m feeling the stress of the countdown and I want to get a majority of mine mailed out Thanksgiving Day weekend.  

This is actually a fairly postal friendly, mass producible design:
The card base is Stampin’ Up

Did you know that Stampin’ Up sells their version of mini paper pads?  The striped panel is from the Moonlight Designer Series.

I’m trying to be smart about not producing scraps so I managed to cut 4 strips with one sheet but one strip is a smidge wider than the others so I put a thin strip of Chickaniddy Crafts Goldie Lox.

The sentiment is from a retired set called, Bright Christmas.  Stampin’ Up has come out with the digital version of it.   I totally LOVE the holly jolly sentiment!  If you went with the digi version, perhaps using an embossing pen would work for you!


I was inspired by

I decided to flip the sketch to accommodate the direction of the feathers.

Don’t forget about the current challenge over on


Stories of stamps, paper and…


Hope you’re having a great weekend!

22 thoughts on “stampin’ up sunday: holly jolly”

  1. Brilliant and gorgeous! Love the non-traditional color of the Blackberry Bliss. Rich and regal. Great sentiment and feathers too. Really wonderful. Bev

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  2. Your post is putting the pressure on me to get going with a card idea!!! I am all for mass production and your card design is simple yet elegant, which equals perfect!

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  3. Beautiful! And so elegant, too! I love that blackberry color for the holidays. And it looks amazing with the gold and vellum. Yes… LOVE these!

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  4. holy wow, you even make mass production look glamorous! love those cool feathers with the gold and the dark berry color… tres elegante por le noel!!! <3

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  5. I am loving the blackberry as a color for Christmas cards! Yummo, Amy! And good job using your beautiful paper wisely!! Hugs, Darnell

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  6. I'm entering 'frantic' with creating Christmas cards for my mom to sell at the Christmas Bazaar at the Seniors' home where she volunteers, so I can empathize with your 'mad rush' feeling I'm in awe of your lovely 'mass produced' design. Feathers = gorgeous!
    Hugs~c

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