Silent Night Holiday Card Idea

Stampin Up Sleigh Ride Edgelits Dies Jingle All the Way By Mary Fish

The Sleigh Ride Edgelits Dies (this product is retiring–learn more) ensured a perfect crop of the silhouette of homes for my silent night holiday card idea!  See more holiday card ideas here.

Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge MOJO424

I relied on this week’s Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge (MOJO424) for my crisp black and gold design.


  • The beauty of the Sleigh Ride Edgelits Dies is that you can pop up either the die cut or it’s “negative” (the “leftover” space).

Stampin Up Sleigh Ride Edgelits Dies Jingle All the Way By Mary Fish Star Punch

  • I chose the “negative” space and cropped it as well as Whisper White cardstock with the 2 1/2″ Circle Punch.  Stampin’ Dimensionals between the two circles create a 3-D effect.

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  • The modern holiday paper for both the background and envelope liner is from Winter Wonderland Specialty Designer Series Paper.  See Stampin’ Up! holiday catalog designer paper in one spot.

Stampin Up Sleigh Ride Edgelits Dies Jingle All the Way By Mary Fish Winter Wonderland Envelope Liner

  • For a color match, I cropped the gold banner in the top right and stars (Confetti Stars Border Punch) from the gold stripes of the Winter Wonderland Specialty Designer Series Paper.
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  • Purchase the Sleigh Ride Edgelits Dies and the coordinating Jingle All the Way Photopolymer Stamp Set together as a bundle and SAVE 15%.

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  1. Thank you, Patricia. That warms my heart!

  2. Patricia Blewett

    Just looked at your site for the first time…..beautiful. I really like the thinlit dies and
    stamps. So many great ideas. Thanks so much.
    Pat. B

  3. It took me a while to figure it out, too, but it’s brilliant! I LOVE this card! Thanks for sharing your talent!

  4. Love your card Mary, it has inspired me to use your card as inspiration for my swap cards with my group of SU ladies.Gonna steal your idea and tweaked it a bit for my card.

  5. Carol Carriveau

    Magical and fabulous, Mary – love that you used the three colors – really beautiful~!

  6. Love this!

  7. Fabulous card, Mary! So elegant and classy!

  8. Thanks for taking the time to leave such kind comments. I read and treasure each one.

  9. Mary you have created the most beautiful bold elegant card! Just love the negative use of the buildings and the large stripe of gold and black! Just wonderful combination!

  10. Thanks, everyone, for your sweet comments. Starts my rainy and cool day in Tucson with a smile!

  11. WOW!! Mary, I’m blown away by this gorgeous and ever so elegant card, truly amazing!!! SERIOUSLY!!!!!

  12. Beautiful, elegant card. I love it!

  13. This black and gold card is simply OVER THE TOP my friend. SERIOUS WOW CARD!

  14. Just beautiful Mary! Your talent has inspired me beyond words!!

  15. Fabulous! At first I wondered how you left the “Windows” off??? Ha, it’s all in what your mind expects to see …. You clever girl, love the negative and the whole card!

  16. Nancy Farrell

    Oh Mary, what a beautiful, elegant card. Great one!!

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