A little Vintage Christmas

Good evening fabulous stampers!  Yesterday was so cold and snowy that I had to cancel my Vintage Tags and Ornaments class.  Today was another story.  I was thankful the sun was shining although it was still bitter cold.  I had my class today and I have one more tomorrow.  I love this class and it's a busy busy one.  My stampers are making 16 Tags (4 each of 4 designs) and 4 Ornaments.  I thought I would share a few pieces they worked on today.  These are just a few peeks… I will post more later this week!






Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Kimberly Van Diepen




This ornament uses the Scenic Season stamp set and the Itty Bitty Box.  I love this box.  It's so easy and uses NO adhesive.  So easy to put together. 



Independent Stampin' up! Demonstrator Kimberly Van Diepen



I love how the Merry & Bright Rub Ons fit perfectly into the 1 3/4 Circle punches and Ornament punch.  I love how Stampin' Up! coordinates thier products!  Just another perk.  I used the Christmas Cocoa Designer Paper and made a big YoYo and placed it onto a Scallop Die Cut from the Scallop Die Cut #2 for Sizzix.  You can't see it very well, but if you look closely around the edges of the yoyo you will see the chunky glitter I added.  I think this would look very yummy hanging on a Christmas Tree or even a Christmas package. 






Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrators Kimberly Van Diepen

You can see a peek of my Vintage Tags.  I love the Yuletide Christmas stamp set.  It's a great stamp set for Christmas Tags.  These tags have lots of buttons and bows.  Two of my favorite things.  What are some of your favorite products to use for Christmas projects? 


Time to finish up a little more work and then off to bed for me.  Have a great Thursday! 

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5 thoughts on “A little Vintage Christmas”

  1. How are you stamping the trees?  I love the look of them in this post as well as the paper lace one!  Thank you!

  2. Kimberly, you are the queen of Shabby Chic! I love your stamping style so very much! Very elegant, with a lot of flair. ๐Ÿ™‚
    When it comes to Holiday stamping, I love everything that sparkles! Our new shimmer paints, glitter, embossing powders, rhinestone brads… And the pearls, of course! They make everything prettier and classier.

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