Quick And Easy Stamped Bauble Cards

Small Stamped Christmas Cards

Hi there. How are you. This is a good one for batch cards. They’re not too big and are reasonably quick to make.

I was watching crafty telly thinking “ I really like those stamps, I may need to buy them” when I realised I already had some similar stamps by the same company (Card-io) that I’d hardly used. They are tiny little stamps that are used to build up pretty effects and designs. I even have a set of stamp pegs!

To make the cards I used an inny and outy cut of a circle die to gently blend a little distress ink. They were just slightly offset to show the circle where the edges touch. This gave me a slight pattern to follow.

With a branch stamp I stamped 1st and 2nd generation with a beige ink pad, then with a sage green, stamp some leaves (again1st and 2nd generation) Stamping like this adds a some depth to the wreath.

Small Stamped Christmas Cards DetailThe three bauble stamps were stamped in red yellow and blue and the tiny little hangers are black. It looks fiddly but I used the acrylic stamp pegs with a stamp on each end so it was really quick.

A micron pen was used to add in the curly ribbon. I drew on top of the same line and on the baubles with a clear star glitter pen to add a bit of sparkle. I used glossy accents on the baubles to add some shape and dimension. A peel-off for the sentiment and were done.

Thanks for taking the time and stopping by. Till next time, have fun x

Dies Used:
Spellbinders – Nested circles
Stamps Used:
Card-io – Dotty Christmas
Card-io – Oriental Blossom
Free Stamp – Leaves from a magazine set
Inks Used:
Distress Ink – Fired Brick, Wild Honey, Peeled Paint
Versa magic – Sea Breeze, Sage, Wheat
Momento – Black Tuxedo



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