Vintage Saint Nicholas Christmas card made it easy with Stampin’Up! Product. I love vintage, and this Saint Nicholas is awesome in a vintage look.
Not all Santa needs to be red or color; a lovely vintage look is perfect for quick and easy card-making. I love the look of the old Saint Nicholas, and creating a vintage look with this set is an excellent look for the old Sant Nicholas.
Vintage Saint Nicholas Christmas Card With Deckled Rectangle
Without adding color but the little sponging around the frame, this style card is excellent for the one that needs dozens and dozens of Christmas cards. It is swift and simple to stamp and assemble.
- Very Vanilla: 11 x 4-¼, 3-¾ x 2-½.
- Early Espresso: 4-¾ x 2-½.
- Crumb Cake: 1-¼ x 4-¼, 4-¼ x 2-¾. Scallop Oval Punch Out.
- Die cut 2-¼ x 3-½ deckle rectangle out of the 3-¾ x 2-½ Very Vanilla.
- Stamp the Saint Nicholas using Early Espresso and a sponge dauber sponge Crumb Cake around the rectangle.
- Die cut 4-½ x 2-¼ deckle rectangle out of the 4-¾ x 2-½ Early Espresso.
- Die-cut 4 x 2-½ deckle rectangle from the 4-¼ x 2-¾ Crumb Cake.
- Emboss the Crumb Cake rectangle and strip with the Timeworn Type Folder.
- Stamp the greeting using Early Espresso on the scallop oval. Sponge around with Crumb Cake ink.
- Assemble all layers.
Vintage Saint Nicholas With Scalloped and Contours Dies
This one is stamped on Crumb Cake cardstock using Early Espresso ink. Also, the sponging in the edge is with Early Espresso, but lightly.
Saint Nicholas Spotlight With Circle Punch
So many times when we stamp an image, we tend to use the full image on the stamp but check this spotlight Saint Nicholas on the 2″ circle. Stamp Saint Nick on a 2″ Crumb Cake using Early Espresso and color the “fur” using a white watercolor pencil (no weather, just color with the pencil)
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