We really need to get back into sending handmade cards during the Holiday season.  The Timeless Tidings Project Kit will make it quick and easy.  

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These elegant cards will make you look like a professional cardmaker in no time at all.  The Timeless Tidings Project Kit makes 20 cards, 5 each of 4 designs, one more beautiful than the next.  The kit includes 20 printed card bases and envelopes with gold foil edges.  You can’t get any more professional looking than that. I remember when I was a little girl and we received a Christmas card in a fancy gold edged envelope, I knew it was extra special.  

The Timeless Tidings Project Kit also includes lots of beautiful gold foil and printed die-cut accents and backgrounds.  You will even receive 80 green and champagne rhinestone jewels to give your cards that extra special sparkle. 

Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Timeless Tidings Project Kit, Stampin' Up!

Ok, aren’t these just gorgeous?  The four designs are elegant, yet just take minutes to stamp, assemble and embellish.  Pair the Timeless Tidings Project Kit with the Timeless Tidings stamp set and you’ll have all you need to get these done.  But, wait, you can also step them up with a few die-cuts and punches, if you so desire.

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These are my stepped up versions using the same kit.  That’s right, I started off with the Timeless Tidings Project Kit and Bam! stepped it up.  

Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Timeless Tidings Project Kit, Stampin' Up!

I’m loving how this one turned out.  I added a die cut in the background from the Detailed Baubles Thinlits Dies.  Adding the scallop circle of Cherry Cobbler really made the sentient pop.  And our Gold Metallic Thread added just the perfect bit of wispy goodness.

Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Timeless Tidings Project Kit, Stampin' Up!

Our Merry Christmas to All Bundle has big beautiful words and die cuts that are easy to use and incorporate into your card making. I used the bundle to die cut the “Merry”. The sprig punch made it quick and easy to add just a little something to bling it up.

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Isn’t it funny how a little piece of ribbon can dress things up.  And it’s not really Christmas without at least one snowflake. I love the way Stampin’ Up! products all coordinate.  Makes creating very quick and easy.

Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Timeless Tidings Project Kit, Stampin' Up!

This one has to be my favorite.  I punched a starburst from our gorgeous Gold Glimmer paper, added a strip of Cherry Cobbler card stock to the main image and dressed things up with the Merry Merlot ribbon.  But the star of the show, in my opinion, is the beautiful die cut from our Delicate Lace Edgelits.  

I’m happy to show you how I put these together in my FREE video tutorial.

Still quick and easy with a big WOW, right?  Here is a list of the items I used in each of the stepped up versions

Card #1 – May the Warmth of Christmas…..

  • Die Cut – Very Vanilla CS  – Detailed Baubles Thinlits
  • Scallop Circle – Cherry Cobbler CS – Layering Circles Framelits
  • Metallic Gold Thread – about 25″

Card #2 – Merry Christmas

  • Merry – Gold Foil Paper – Merry Christmas Thinlits Dies
  • Sprigs – Gold Foil Paper – punch 2 sets with Sprig Punch

Card #3 – Hoping Beautiful Moments & Happy Memories……

  • Snowflake – Gold Foil Paper – Seasonal Layers Thinlits
  • Sprigs – Gold Glimmer Paper – Spring Punch – 1 image
  • Ribbon – 3/8″ Gold Metallic Edge – about 10″

Card #4 – Sending Good Tidings……

  • Starburst – Gold Glimmer Paper – punch one with Starburst punch
  • Mat – Cherry Cobbler CS – 5 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
  • Accent Piece – Gold Foil Paper – die cut one from the Delicate Lace Edgelits die

Need some supplies?  I would appreciate you shopping my online store.  Here are the supplies you’ll need to complete the Timeless Tidings Project Kit in the original version.

Thanks so much for stopping by.  Until next time, Create Something Beautiful!