Monday, December 14, 2020

Demonstrator Training Program Blog Hop December 2020

Thank you for joining us for our Stampin' Up!® Demonstrator Monthly Team Blog Hop! We are so happy that you could join us today for this blog hop for ideas and creative inspiration. We are a group of Stampin' Up!® Demonstrators from around the world that are taking part in training that is helping us to build a successful Stampin' Up!® business and reach some goals we have set. We really appreciate your support.

You may be starting here or have come from another blog - either way you can find the link list at the bottom of this post so that you can see every blog post and idea today.
My project for you today is a winter-themed customer thank you card.  For each of my customers that places an order with me in December they will receive the card shown below in the mail.


To create this project, I started with a Whisper White cardstock base.  I then layered a piece of the beautiful Feels Like Frost designer series paper on a layer of Basic Black cardstock.  You will have a hard time cutting this beautiful paper as both sides are stunning - one side for its breathtaking sceneries and the other side for its silver foil accents (I have chosen to use the silver foil accents side for this particular card).  Using the Snow Globe Scenes Dies from the AC pg. 182, I cut out the snowglobe from the layered pieces as I wanted the white card base to be the background for my snowglobe scene.  I cut the trees from the black glimmer paper, the deer from the silver foil, the intricate snowglobe base from the silver foil and the snowglobe base from black cardstock.  

To assemble, I adhered the layered designer series paper to the front of my card once I had cut out the snowglobe.  I then adhered the trees to the case of my card, centering them in the middle of my cut-out snowglobe.  I popped up the silver foil deer with dimensionals and added a few rhinestones as stars for the background.  For the base of the snowglobe, I adhered the silver foil to the black cardstock using the fine tip glue pen, but you could also use tombow (multipurpose liquid glue).

The greeting is from the Poinsettia Petals stamp set and it is white heat embossed on black and die cut using the Stitched Nested Labels dies.  I added a couple of rhinestones to bling it up a bit and popped up the greeting using dimensionals.

Thank you so much for stopping by today and please don't forget to check out the other beautiful projects that are part of this blog hop as shown in the links below!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!!


  1. Love this card Jenn, so sophisticated in black and white x

  2. I love the way it looks with the lightly stamped pine branches in the background.

  3. Thank you for sharing Jennifer, it immediately caught my eye and heart! So pretty!

  4. Your card is stunning! The black and white palette elegant and I love your use of the Still Scenes. Thank you for sharing.


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