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Friday, November 15, 2013

Pennant Punch Designer Paper Christmas Tree

Christmas Card made with Stampin'UP!'s Pennant Punch and Designer PaperHow's your supply of Designer Paper?  If you're like me you probably have a few scraps laying around, right? Just a few?  Well here's a cute way to use them up making this cute Christmas tree.  

And the great thing about this project is that if you are mass producing Christmas cards they don't all have to look exactly the same. So pull out a pile of scraps and start making a bunch of cute cards.

Card Details:
Stampin'UP! pad of Holiday Paper - Season of Style
This is a great way to use up scraps. But what if you just really like these papers and want all your holiday cards to look the same? Stampin'UP! has you covered there. These papers are from a pack called Season of Style. The designs are sold in the regular $10.95 12x12 packs like all our other papers. 

But now, especially for card makers, we're carrying pads of 4 designs in a smaller 4-1/2" x 6-1/2" size for only $6.95.  And with 48 double-sided sheets in a pack you can mass produce a lot of Christmas Cards.

This card goes together pretty quickly and using the Pennant Punch lets you make lots of the triangles very quickly.

If you like the ease of mass producing with punched pieces then check out these past posts showing other ways to use Stampin'UP!'s Pennant Punch to make Christmas Cards.
Holiday Card Christmas Trees made with Stampin'UP!'s Pennant Punch
Holiday Card Christmas Trees made with Stampin'UP!'s Pennant Punch
Holiday Card Christmas Angel made with Stampin'UP!'s Pennant Punch


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