Christmas Foliage Stamp 3 Ways –

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I recently received a new package from with products from their latest release. It was full of new paper pads, stamps, stickers, and alpha dies. I’m sure there is something in this new release that you will love in your craft room! I decided to use one of my favorite stamps from the new release called Slimline Christmas Foliage in three different ways. It’s a gorgeous holly, berry, and winter leaf pattern that is perfect for the holidays. The stamp set also comes with a holiday sentiment. I love stretching my supplies, so I thought I’d show you three ways to use the same set. I have all the links below, but if you have something similar in your stash, use what you have!

Holly Jolly Christmas


Joy & Happy Holidays!

For this card, I used the watercolor stamping technique for a different look.


  • Ink the SBC Slimline Christmas Foliage stamp with Concord and 9th ink cubes – cranberry, stardust, and poppy.
  • Spritz the stamp with clean water and stamp on watercolor paper. Press the stamp into the paper and let it sit for a few seconds to absorb into the paper.
  • Spritz the stamp with clean water once more and stamp again.
  • Clean the stamp and ink with SBC metallic gold pigment ink.
  • Before stamping, shift the paper a little bit to get an offset look with the pigment ink.
  • Splatter with Tim Holtz flickering candle mica spray.
  • While the panel is drying, die cut the sentiment with the SBC Typewriter Alpha die set. Die cut each letter 3 times from white cardstock, once from cardstock coloring with the SBC gold pigment ink, and once from red cardstock.
  • Adhere the letters with liquid glue.
  • After the panel has dried, adhere red cardstock strips to either side and adhere the sentiment. Add the sub-sentiment from the SBC Sticker Book, Peppermint Christmas with foam tape.
  • Tie twine around the inked panel.
  • Die cut a panel of white cardstock with the Pinkfresh Studio, Diagonal Stitched Plaid die. Adhere behind the inked panel.
  • Die cut the bottom with Pinkfresh Studio, Slimline Edger dies for a decorative edge.
  • Adhere to an A2-sized card base.
  • Add final embellishments – gold sequins and several drops of SBC Pops of color, champagne glitter around the panel.

Fa La La La La

For my third card, I focused on using the sentiment from the SBC Slimline Christmas Foliage stamp set to make a clean and simple holiday card.


Hope you enjoyed these cards and are inspired to try something from the new release! Happy crafting!

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