Thursday, December 19, 2013

Hawaiian Christmas Card + VIDEO!

Mele Kalikimaka!  Today I'm sharing a quick (-ish) and simple Christmas card.  I wanted to include a card in some of the holiday packages that I'm sending to family and needed it to be simple enough to make multiples of.  So here's what I came up with: 

I used a super cute stamp set by Dandelion Designs called Hawaiian Christmas.  I stamped the palm tree and sentiment (translation: Merry Christmas {&} Happy New Year) and used my copic markers to color the images in.  I then used the Stitched Journaling Card die by Lawn Fawn to cut everything out and mounted it on some Neenah desert storm cardstock. A little red baker's twine finished off this simple card.

I also made a video for this card, so I hope you'll check it out: 

If you enjoyed it, I hope you'll subscribe to my Youtube channel!  There's a link over on the sidebar of my blog if you watched the video from here ----->

And since I added some sparkle (Wink of Stella clear glitter) to the details on the card, I'm going to link this up to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Bling it on

Thanks for stopping by!  


Stamps: (Hawaiian Christmas) Dandelion Designs
Dies: (Stitched Journaling Card) Lawn Fawn
Cardstock: (white) PTI, (desert storm) Neenah 
Copic Markers: YG03, YG25, YG95, R27, R46, RV69, Y21, YR21, Y28, E53, E55, E57, colorless blender
Embellishments: (red twine) Twinery, Wink of Stella clear glitter brush tip pen, Uni-ball Signo Broad white gel pen
Tools: (hole punch) Martha Stewart 


  1. This card is so fun and perfect for you! Nice video!

  2. Super fun and bright!! Love it!! Great design too: love the kraft background!
    Enjoyed watching your video!!

  3. That is an adorable Christmas card, Lizzy!! Your coloring looks awesome! Great video, too! :)

  4. FABULOUS card!!!!!!!!!! I love it! Gonna head over and watch your video. :)

  5. Beautiful card. Brings back memories of when we used to live on the beautiful island.

  6. I love Dandelion Design stamps and your design is perfect for making multiples. Mele Kalikimaka!


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