Slimline Christmas Greetings
Framed Florets Thank You

Easy Designer Series Paper Christmas Card Video

Today I'm sharing a card that's a snap to create using scraps of Lights Aglow Designer Series Paper.  

DSP Christmas Video_1

The greeting is from the Very Best Occasions stamp set and was popped out using the Framed Florets dies.

This card design/layout has unlimited Designer Series Paper possibilities that you can use for any occasion, not just Christmas.  I'm thinking birthdays, thinking of you, sympathy, get well, etc.

DSP Christmas Video

Don't forget to include a hand-written greeting on the inside of your card.  In today's digital world, handwriting is a personal touch that we see less and less.  Just a sentence or two is all it takes to make your card more personal.


5-1/2 x 8-1/2 Cherry Cobbler/Evening Evergreen

4 x 5-1/4 Sahara Sand

3-7/8 x 5-1/8 Very Vanilla

3-1/4 x 4 Very Vanilla

1/2 x 3-7/8 Fitting Florets DSP


November Exclusive PDF Tutorial - Season of Chic Bundle

November PDF Collage

This tutorial has pictures and directions for (5) cards featuring the Season of Chic Bundle.  You can receive this exclusive tutorial FREE during the month of November with a $25.00 order (before tax and shipping) placed in my online store when you use Host Code CFY2BSFW.



The July–December 2022 Mini Catalog will be retiring soon!

All products, including stamp sets, are available while supplies last

Last Chance Sale starts December 1st and ends January 4th

Click here for the Last Chance Product List

Click here for the Carry Over Product List


All of the supplies used to make this card are available in my online store, just click on a image to shop Stampin' up!



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