Christmas Cardinal

By | April 13, 2009

Christmas-Cardinal copy

It's Tuesday and time for another Christmas card.  This card is for the Christmas Stamping All Year Long Blog.  It's the 12th challenge so that means I'm 12 cards ahead for the Christmas season – woohoo!  Check out the fabulous cards made by the other design team members – they're awesome!


  • Stamp Set:  Christmas Cardinal
  • Paper:  Natural White, Chocolate Chip, Wassail Pattern Paper by BasicGrey
  • Ink:  Black Craft Ink, Riding Hood Red
  • Accessories:  Clear Embossing Powder, Old Olive Stampin' Write Marker, Blender Pen, Circle Nestability, Striped Grosgrain Ribbon from the Holiday Mini Catalog (2008)

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7 thoughts on “Christmas Cardinal

  1. Traci

    Gorgeous card! Love that cardinal image and the ribbon you used. Sounds like you have got a good start on your Christmas cards! I really need to find time to join this challenge then I wouldn’t have to resort to store bought cards for those last few friends! LOL

  2. Maria

    Awesome job, Rachel! Your card is very elegant and the cardinal is a perfect image for Christmas. I love the dp that you used. .. it’s very pretty! As always, you did an awesome job with the challenge! It’s always great seeing what you come up with each week!!


  3. Sankari W.

    what a beautiful cardinal!!! love your christmas card and the beautiful DP too!!! so happy to be able to be doing these great challenges of Maria! I acutally feel ahead of the game… and that is crazy because I am never this organized!!!

    Hope you are doing well!!
    best wishes and hugs,
    Sankari :)

  4. Connie

    Wonderful card this week! I agrre with the others … love the DP and the image! Beautiful!

  5. Siobhan

    Rachel, this is just beautiful! I love the BG paper, it coordinates so well! Congrats on being so far ahead of the Christmas card game!

  6. Naomi

    It’s beautiful! And I will so hate you in Dec when I am scrambling to get cards made!!! I need to go ahead and start, I don’t like mass producing many of the same card, this is so what I need to do!


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