I’m Dreaming of a Quilted Christmas!

Stampin Up Quilted Christmas Congratulation Cards Idea - Mary Fish StampinUp

I predict the Quilted Christmas Bundle and suite of coordinating products will be top picks in the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog.  They are divine for year round use as today’s card shows in a splashy mix of Lemon Lime Twist, Night of Navy and Tempting Turquoise.  Consider projects for baby, birthday, wedding or autumn “quilts” by just playing with color and shape!  

The holiday catalog begins Sept. 1.  Here’s a handy wish list for you to print and start tracking your favorites!

Christmas Quilt Bundle #146026 – Images © Stampin’ Up!

SAVE 10% when you purchase the Christmas Quilt Photopolymer stamp set and Quilt Builder Framelits Dies as a bundle.  Available Sept. 1.

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STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • Giving this card a year round “personality” starts with not only changing colors but using a versatile sentiment from Dare to Dream Photopolymer Stamp Set.  The stamp set can be earned FREE when you qualify for Stampin’ Rewards.

    Dare to Dream – Images © Stampin’ Up!

  • I love the pattern possibilities of using the stamps and dies.  Details like the “stitches” of the dies and stripes of the stamps (cropped and layered into the design) make my heart go pitter pat!  

    Stampin Up Quilted Christmas Congratulations Card Idea - Mary Fish StampinUp

  • Ravishing ribbon?  Check!  The Night of Navy Gingham check adds a coordinating touch of pattern that is the perfect polish!

    Stampin Up Quilted Christmas Congratulations Card Ideas - Mary Fish StampinUp

  • Get a sneak peek of oodles of my favorite products in the Stampin’ Up! holiday catalog in my video reveal here.
  • Hover and Pin it!  The photo below shows key products for today’s Quilted 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.  

Stampin Up Quilted Christmas Congratulations Card Idea - Mary Fish StampinUp Supplies

WOW!  Check out this Stampin’ Up! video for even more ways to use the Quilted Christmas Suite of products!




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13 Comments:

  1. Mary this card is stunning. The colors just pop off the page. I love this card. You are so amazing, Hugs,Ellen Hinds

  2. Judy Iacoboni

    Oh my gosh Mary, I can hardly wait to get my hands on Quilted Christmas. I am not only paper crazy, I am also a quilter. The designs are endless. Thanks so much for sharing your “sneak peaks!” Watching my mailbox for catalog soon.

  3. I love everything about this card, Mary! The Tempting Turquoise and Lemon Lime Twist pull it far away from Christmas to show how versatile this bundle is with all times of the year. Such a sweet, simple card!

  4. Ooooh, beautiful, MsMary…… you sew?????? Toooo?
    Lol, I love it ,
    The colors are lovely ♥️
    Hugs Frenchie

    • No sewing for me, Frenchie. Those are little “stitches” made by the dies. I just love all the pattern and color possibilities!

  5. Kadie in Arizona

    Simply PERFECT my friend.

  6. I’m so glad you are as excited about this stamp set and dies as I am!

  7. Robbye Hamilton

    Very pretty, I love the gingham ribbon. Great color choices.

  8. My favorite hobbies collide! I’m so excited to see this new bundle! Mary, your color choices are so chic…love it!

  9. Mary Anne Schnettgoecke

    Stunning card Mary! The colors really pop! I love the versatility of this bundle.

  10. Can’t wait for the catalog! So Versatile and cute as a big! Love all your ideas. Thanks for all your inspiration.

  11. I am having a difficult time lining up my quilt “inside” stamps with a stamped outline stamp. Any suggestions you have found? I do find if u coordinate the die cut outline it does cover the spaces the stamped color missed, but that is not always the desired effect. Maybe it just takes practice.

  12. it takes practice and you need to keep the dies lined up and in place when going through the big shot. Try using a little tape or sticky note for added insurance?

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