Today’s post is one of the cards that Cammie used for her brayered Christmas in July class. I don’t know about you but I love the now retired Dasher reindeer stamp and especially love the trick that Cammie used to create the mirrored image for the 2nd reindeer. The main panel is brayered with shades of blue and the Lovely as a Tree #127793 stampset for the background trees. This card is absolutely gorgeous in real life but wait until you see the rest of Cammie’s brayered Christmas cards.
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Well its the 25th of the month and that means it is time to post another Christmas card. Today is your lucky day because you get to see 4 of Cammie’s cards using the same basic layout and the Holiday Frame Textured Embossing Folder. Cammie switched the center stamp and swapped color and orientation to achieve 4 great looks. This idea is a great way to knock out a bunch of Christmas cards in one setting. Be sure to scroll down and see all the different designs.
We are rounding out the Dasher challenge for the troops with the final 4 cards submitted by Ohio gals Chris Paublos, Elizabeth Melton, Yvonne Crook from Tulsa and Valerie Crouch from Virgina. These fine women took this challenge to the limit and produced 4 cards unique to their individual personalities. Thanks again for all the wonderful cards you all made for the Dasher Challenge that I will be received by the Troops.
Dashing right along with day 3 of the Dasher challenge for the troops are the fruits of labor from 3 more Ohio gals: Gloria Coleman, Marilynn Kreichler, and the super detailed Jenniffer Evans. These ladies were given the same stash of supplies [for the most part] and then they spiced up the creativity to create these masterpieces.
Today we are featuring the first batch of Dasher cards from some of central Ohio’s finest paper crafters: Debbie Mason, Kim Reeder, Sherry Rider, and Sheri Foos . All four of these gals had similiar color combinations and they all turned out wonderful. The card with no dasher was a card Kim Reeder made as a bonus card to use up all her supplies in the kit.
Do you recall the most famous Stampin Up reinder of all? Well it is not Rudolph it is Dasher of course! This Dasher stamp is an ala carte stamp #116816 and was put to the test. I sent out several kits to some of stampin friends to see what they could do with the Dasher stamp. The kits contained cardstock, ribbon, Designer series paper and other embellishments to make a card and send back to me and I will gather them and send them off to some lucky soldiers in Afghanistan along with other goodies in a care package. So over the next 4 days you will see the results of this challenge from our friends that were kind enough to play along. For those of you that have received the kits and not returned them you missed the deadline but if you want to still play, please do. It is never too late to brighten the day of a soldier fighting for our freedom. Today’s post features non other than the cards of the 3sisters2stamp family. Our 3 kits used the yummy Frostwood lodge Designer Series Paper #124002 from the StampinUp holiday minicatalog.
Cammie went a little crazy and made 3 cards for this Dasher challenge and each one is extremly detailed in her signature style.
The final card featured is mine and I used the Two tag die for my dasher and lots of layers and since I am mad about plaid that is the DSP that I chose to design my card around.
This Dasher stamp from the SU Idea Book and Catalog #116816 sells for $8.95 and is one of my favorite Christmas stamps. Both Cammie and I have owned it since it came out a few years ago and neither of us have ever inked him up to make a card. So we have challenged ourselves and our other sister Blair to dust it off and make cards using it. We also want to extend the challenge to our blog viewers to play along. Email me your completed cards by Oct 27th and they will be posted sometime in November. If you would like to play along and don’t have the stamp you can email me email@example.com or visit Cammies online site :http://cameronclement.stampinup.net to place your online order. Remember to try and use mostly all SU products for challenges that will be posted on the 3sisters2stamp blog. If you play we may make it worth your while!