My Pink Stamper just announced a Christmas Card Challenge. I was so excited about this since I wanted to execute an idea I have been brewing up. Most of all I am thrilled I get to kill two birds with one stone! That is sooo my kind of project!
Both my girls are in gymnastics and we just adore their coaches. It takes a special person to want to take on the challenge to teach a 2 and 3-year-old how to jump, tumble and balance… I call it “herding cats”. Because of that I wanted to do something a little more than just give them a card or a “homemade treat”. I decided that I will give them both Starbucks gift cards during the holiday. They are both young college students that are being fueled by the sweet nectar of energy, so I figured they would appreciate a holiday theme gift card-card screaming a blissful cup of joe!
So not only did I come up with a fun card, I made two of them and now I am done with that “holiday to-do” WAY ahead of schedule! Yay!
Thanks for coming and having a piece of “killing two birds with one stone” pie with me!
Cricut Cartridge: Love You a Latte (Cricut Lite) – To-go coffee cup cut at 5.5 inches (real size for 1st layer and then 5.5 regular size for the additional layers)
- Papertreyink – Christmas Prints
- Die Cuts with a View – Shimmer Matstack (green and red)
- Recollection – Mat White Cardstock (full 8×11.5 cut in half and then folded in half to make the card)
Ranger Prefect Peals: Biscotti – I used this on the snowflake embossed sheet and then used a wet wipe and lightly wiped it down to make it have an extra shimmer yet distressed look)
Ribbon: Baker’s Twine – My Craft Spot
Stickles: Frosted Lace – used on the Swirl embossing on the cup.
Punch: Martha Stewart’s – Traditional Scallops
Ink: Close to My Heart – Holiday Red
Sentiment: “Warmest Winter Wishes” – My Pink Stamper’s Winter Punnies
This is a darling gift card holder! I love how you wrapped the twine around the lid at the top. Thanks for joining Robyn’s My Pink Stamper Christmas Card Challenge!!
Thank you missy!