Happy Wednesday Everyone!
We have made it half way through the week! This week is dragging so badly for me! Before Covid…I was scheduled to be in Salt Lake City this week! Stampin Up! holds an annual convention each year at a different location. Typically there is one large event that lasts 3-4 days and then multiple single days spread out across the country. Historically they alternate every other year the large event is in the US. Two years ago I traveled to Orlando for the large event with a great group of friends. Last year some of those same friends..and my husband traveled with me to Lansing MI for the single day event.
This year it was to be held in SLC, which is where the SU! headquarters are located. Because my other passion is family history…we were flying out a few days early to spend some time at the Family History Library there as well.
Like so many other amazing events this year, Stampin Up moved our convention to the virtual platform. While we are all disappointed, my friends and I decided to make the best of it and 4 of us will be getting together this weekend to enjoy the virtual festivities together! So…I’m looking forward to the weekend! 🙂
But first…today I want to share with you a quick and easy project using a limited edition stamp set! The Curvy Celebrations bundle was released yesterday! It is a super trendy and cute stamp set and dies bundle that will be available in the January to June catalog. For Christmas however…they have also released a second stamp set and set of Designer Series papers! These will only be available November and December so if you love them order them now!
For this project i used the Curvy Dies and the Curvy Christmas stamp set! I love how the gold foil looks after being run through the Stampin Cut and Emboss machine with these dies! I started with a sheet of thick Whisper White cardstock for my base. I mounted the gold foil on whisper white and then on a 5.25 x 4 sheet of Basic Black card stock. I used my Stamparatus to line up the greeting just right. I also used the Stitched Stars dies for the tiny stars by my greeting. Topped it off with a piece of the Trimming the Town ribbon pack and you have a super elegant..but super easy holiday card!