2020 Holiday Mini Catalog, blog hop, Bundles, card making, handmade cards, Hanukkah, Stampin Up

Happy Hanukkah!

 

 

 

 

Hello Friends!

I wanted to share a special Hanukkah card that I created to be featured in a tutorial bundle with some of my crafty demonstrator friends! We have created this blog hop as well as a Hanukkah Tutorial bundle! I’ll be sharing it with all who order from me this month!

Here’s the details:

card base: Night of Navy cardstock cut 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″

Silver foil paper cut 5 1/4″ x 4″ (die cut the dove’s solid wings- one will be cut on the silver face up, one cut with silver face down to get this effect of two outstretched wings)

Feels Like Frost DSP is cut 5″ x 3 3/4″

Wrap Metallic Silver edged ribbon around the DSP/Foil that is adhered together, tie knot off to side as shown. then adhere to top of card base

Cut Dove body and wings out of whisper white cardstock, and adhere to the silver foil pieces and add to top of the card with dimensionals. Cut little sprig out of garden green cardstock.

 

Stamp “Happy Hanukkah” in Night of Navy ink, on whisper white cardstock, punch ends with Lovely Labels Pick a Punch (annual catalog) and adhere to card, over the ribbon, with dimensionals.

 

On the inside, stamp “Peace on Earth” on a piece of whisper white cut 5 1/4″ x 4″, add strip of DSP 5 1/4″ x 1″

 

Need a treat to go with that Hanukkah Card? This adorable acetate box is perfect for a homemade cookie, candy, gift card, money, or even some handmade cards!

 

 

The belly band is 3″ x 12″ wrapped around the acetate box. Add a silver foil label cut from celebrations label dies. Create a dove out of all whisper white cardstock and assemble as shown. Add greeting, sprig, pearls and add over the ribbon. What would you give as a Hanukkah gift?

Of course these projects can be modified for a winter birthday, thank you or Christmas gift/card as well. Just change out the sentiment if desired.

I am going to “try” to blog more often, I’ve missed writing and sharing here on this blog. It seems when life gets hectic, blogging falls down farther on my long “to do” list.

Let me know what you’d like to see me feature here.

Ready to see what the other demonstrators have created? click link here:

 

 

https://www.linkytools.com/basic_linky_include.aspx?id=299849

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for visiting me today!

If you are thinking of ordering anything this month please use Host Code: RZ643RRZ

~Lynn Streifert
Independent Demonstrator, Stampin’ Up!
Shop my Online Store 24/7 on my website: http://LynnStreifert.stampinup.net
Email: Lynnzcrafters@gmail.com
All classes and events are “Virtual” or “To-Go” during the COVID-19 pandemic. Monthly Bingo nights, Monthly Stamping Clubs, Monthly Team Get-Togethers, and opportunities for Workshops and Classes offered via Zoom and/or Facebook Live! (think of paint and sip, or board and brush, I can offer the same kind of party for you and your friends!) Think of me for Birthday Parties, Kid Crafts, baby and bridal showers, weddings, and special anniversaries or parties where you need customized invitations or decorations!

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