Simple Evergreen Christmas Card!


Today’s Christmas card uses the rich Stampin’ Up! Moroccan Designer Series Paper and a beautiful evergreen tree image from Thoughtful Branches Photopolymer Stamp Set!

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  • Alternative ideas!  The Thoughtful Branches stamp set (including it’s bundle and coordinating dies) was a hot ticket and has officially sold out. However, many alternate trees will work with this layout!  Consider Lovely as a Tree stamp set (a classic, from p. 130 of the Annual Catalog) or this tree from Santa’s Sleigh for a modern spin (one of My Favorite Things from the Holiday Catalog, p. 24).
Santas Sleigh Thinlits Dies Stampin Up

Santa’s Sleigh Bundle – Images © Stampin’ Up!

  • A touch of Glimmer Paper adds instant holiday appeal.
  • Pretty sentiments inside and out!  “Christmas Joy” and “Peace & Happiness” are greetings from the Stitched with Cheer Photopolymer stamp set.  Bonus!  This stamp set coordinates with the Stitched with Cheer Project Kit.


  • Hover and Pin it!  The photo below shows key products for today’s Christmas card that you can save or pin to Pinterest.  If you are viewing this post by email, you’ll need to click the title of the post to access my blog and pin.  See ALL my labeled product photos in one spot on my How to Make Simple Cards board on Pinterest.  This card was created by my Stampin’ Pretty Design Team.


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  1. I’m so glad you enjoyed today’s card. Thanks for your sweet comments, Frenchie, & Chris R.

  2. Simple but lovely MsMary, love !!!
    Hugs Frenchie

  3. Chris R. from Iowa

    This is a fun card with that Moroccan Nights paper. I just might have to CASE this as I have a piece from a shares. Otherwise, I am not sure what I would do with the piece. This is a fun way of using the paper. I am sure I have a tree that would work. Thanks for an interesting alternate to the traditional holiday colors which I normally love!

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