Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Beginning to look a little like Christmas with the Stampin' Up! Eastern Medallions

The Eastern Palace Bundle offer is drawing to a close. So I have stepped out of my comfort zone to challenge myself using it to create a Christmas Card.
With so many options I often find I get a bit flabbergasted so I restricted my colour pallet and my time.
Who can spend hours creating and still not finish a project? I was finding that was me so moving forward I have now put boundaries in place to help.
So this is my Christmas card for today - my brain is now buzzing but I have put those buzzes on paper to follow up later.

I love the new Tranquil Tide In Colour (just between us my favourite colour has always been green - maybe its to with the red hair?). Tranquil Tide goes so well with Real Red for Christmas, add a little Crushed Curry and you to can make this card.

I am thinking that I love clusters so this card highlights a corner cluster. The gold medallion under the red - lets call it a flower because that's what I see here, was also cut with the petal style framelit but they are not popped up. This close up shows loads of sparkle and I'm impressed I finally got a good photo of Wink of Stella!

Follow the theme through to the inside of the card and envelope - to me it completes the card.

I really enjoyed creating this card and have added it to my growing stash of Christmas Cards - I am going to have a lovely stash this year and it will be the first time I send different Christmas cards to everyone.
Till next time -
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Along with your tools and adhesives these are the goodies on my table. You don't need the whole Eastern Palace Bundle but you do need the Stamps and Framelits so during May 2017 this is how you get all the goodies. From June 1st you can purchase items individually.


  1. Absolutely love this card, Courtenay! The composition is wonderful and the way you've used the die cuts to create a festive card is genius!