Stamping and Playing with Stencils

Stamping ahead with SVG Cut Files for Two Quick Christmas Cards

Stamping ahead with SVG cut files and sure speed up the process when quick cards are needed. In the case of today’s cards, I already had the pine trees, snowman and snowy cabin already cut out and stamped. Stamping with the MISTI and a cut jig (see this post for more info) makes it super easy! 

Using this stencil, Falling Snow Stencil by SugarPea Designs for the snowy background made these winter scenes a snap!


Stamps to create these two cards: Snowmen Multi-Step Clear Stamps, Snowy Pine Trees Multi-Step Clear StampsSnowy Cabin Multi-Step Clear Stamps, and Big & Bod Christmas Greetings Multi-Step Clear Stamps from Kitchen Sink Stamps.


The snowman card I used, White Glitz Glitter Gel by GinaK & Therm-o-web to create the falling snow. The snowy cabin card I used, Pure White Ink by Avery Elle (with blending brush). Both are fun, but I think I like using ink and the blending brush best.

Which do you like?

Please don’t forget to check in with the KSS Design Team and see what they have cooked up. Have a wonderful Inky day!

Lynn  Nancy (Video Demo)


Supplies for the cards above:

Paper: Solar White Classic Crest from Neenah. Brocade Blue from SU!

Inks: (all Memento Inks – unless noted) 


  • Happy Holidays (snowman) – Paris Dusk + Danube Blue
  • Happy Holidays (snowy cabin) – Rhubarb Stalk + Lady Bug

Inks used can be found in the Color Recipes for each set


Embellishments: pop dots

4 thoughts on “Stamping and Playing with Stencils

  1. Great idea to have elements already ready to go. I like the snowy backgrounds. My fave is the cabin scene.

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  2. Such beautiful cards! I love the cabin!

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