Time for Christmas card Stamp-A-Stack classes, and my first one used the Brightly Gleaming Suite.  I like for the cards to be a matching set, so here are the 3 cards I designed for this class.  Each person makes a dozen (4 of each design).

3 designs using Stampin' Up!'s Brightly Gleaming Suite for my Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack class.

I’m in love with the new metallic ink and especially the copper.  I stamped all the ornaments in copper ink and painted some accents using the copper ink refill too.  The colors are Pretty Peacock, Mossy Meadow, and Night of Navy.  The twine is Mossy Meadow from the Magnolia Lane Ribbon Combo Pack plus some regular Linen Thread on the Pretty Peacock design.  Here are close-ups of each design.

Mossy Meadow design using Stampin' Up!'s Brightly Gleaming Suite for my Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack class.

I used a Stampin’ Blend to put dots of color on the Vanilla ornaments to add just a little color and interest.

Mossy Meadow design using Stampin' Up!'s Brightly Gleaming Suite for my Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack class.Pretty Peacock design using Stampin' Up!'s Brightly Gleaming Suite for my Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack class.Pretty Peacock design using Stampin' Up!'s Brightly Gleaming Suite for my Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack class.Night of Navy design using Stampin' Up!'s Brightly Gleaming Suite for my Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack class.Night of Navy design using Stampin' Up!'s Brightly Gleaming Suite for my Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack class.

I used everything in this suite except the Hammered Metal 3D embossing folder.  After the class, I made 8 of each design plus my 2 card samples giving me 10 of each…love that!

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Happy Stampin’
Barbara
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