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Lindsay's Stamp Stuff - Christmas Cards

I had FUN making these cards. The new Homemade Holiday digital paper pack from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff is so lovely I wanted to do something that really showed off the paper. Making these fun rosettes made me feel like a kid. Remember accordion folding paper to make fans? In your comments, let me know if you would like a tutorial on how to create these rosettes.

Since I enjoyed making the first one, I made another one using some different papers.

Here is a look at the entire paper pack. (Did I mention that I love these?)

Do you like them? If so, you can get them today for 40% off. Mygrafico is having a 40% site wide sale today so you can pick these up at the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff store.

Be sure to check out the new sets too. Vintage Christmas Labels are designed to work with your Nesties and are becoming my favorite Christmas stamp set. If you don't have Nesties, they are still really easy to cut by hand. Here is a peek at this awesome set:

Be sure to visit the rest of the DT to see what they created for your this week. As always, Lindsay will have a freebie for your on her blog.

Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer)
Cheryl Gorka (DT Coordinator)
Diane Bove
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Laurel Seabrook
Leanne Garner
Margie Visnick
Micki Harper
Rhonda Walker
Shannon Neparko
Tamara Bennett

Thank you for stopping by!


  • Stamps: Tree Trimming Trio & Holiday Treats from PTI
  • Papers & CS: Homemade Holiday Paper Pack (digital paper) from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff (, PTI kraft CS
  • Inks: Close To My Heart Sweet Leaf & Tulip
  • Tools: Stampin' Up border punch, Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities
  • Embellishments: Jenni Bowlin buttons, Hug Snug seam binding, misc. pearls & lace



Laurel said…
Beautiful use of the papers!
Margie said…
This is so pretty, Cheryl! Love the rosettes, especially!
Cheryl said…
oh wow realy love what you have created here just amazing,hugs cheryl xxxxx
Karin said…
Those colors are beautiful! Love the medallion paired with the lace :)
Annika said…
you're right, those papers are totally fabby, especially love big polka dot ones - yum!!
Gotta have a go at making these cute pleated flowers so tutorial would be real welcome!!
Beate said…
Both cards look beautiful! Wonderful fan fold flowers.
Hugs and smiles
Love your cards, that vintage feeling especially with the lace, beautiful. It always amazes me how many challenges you can fit one card into.
Irene said…
Two absoloutely stunning and beautiful cards with fabulous paper folds. I love the traditional Christmas colours and your fab lace.

Thank you so much for joining in our latest challange at Bah!Humbug!
Annette22 said…
wunderful card with the only true christmas colors

thanks a lot for sharing us at the very first fairytale challenge


Leanne said…
Your cards are gorgeous Cheryl and yes I would love to have a tutorial on making the rosettes!! I just love these papers! I think Lindsay outdone herself this time, they are gorgeous!!
Keva said…
This is so cute. I love the flower and the sentiment. Perfect!
Cindi said…
gorgeous card!! I would love a tutorial on the pinwheels
Cleota said…
Very nice. Love the flower! Thanks for joining Pattie's Creations Design Challenges this week. Come back again and use a Pattieboop image and you'll get an extra chance to win!
Pattie G said…
WOW, what a wonderful creation! Thank you for joining us this week at Pattie’s Creations. Hope you come back next week.
Sandi said…
Wonderful Creation!
Thanks for playing in our challenge!
☺ Sandi
DT Lead Team 1 for Pattie's Creations Challenge!
and Pattie's shop
Home of Pattieboop and Allie!
Anne Marie said…
Great cards! I love making those flowers, too. I like how you did the centers , too. That lace on both cards is goooorgeous! :)
Melanie M said…
Thank you for entering Patties Creations challenge.
karlinchen50 said…
This is a very nice card and a sweet image.
Thanks for joining us at Fairy Tale Challenge
Hugs Karla
Elizabeth said…
Lovely vintage feel to this card. Love it.
Rleen said…
Fabulous card! Beautiful handmade flower. I love making those so pretty!
Thank you for joining us at the Whoopsi Daisy challenge this week. Hope you'll join us our weelky challenge.
Hugs, Rleen
Marlene said…
Beautiful cards, Cheryl. That flower is WOW!
Love these flowers and your card is perfect :) Would love to have a tutorial :)
Ruth said…
Those rosettas are stunning! thank you for sharing!
Pat (mspfd) said…
Wow, Cheryl, this is spectacular. That papers are gorgeous. And yes I would love to see a tutorial on making the rosettes!
Linda Robinson said…
This look wonderful.. I love the DP you used. and your rosette is perfect.. Hope you are having a happy day! Hugs, Linda
Anita said…
Beautiful card Cheryl. The papers are gorgeous and I love the lace and your rosette.
LindaC said…
These are pretty cards. I especially like that unusual green button. Thanks for playing along with Whimsie Doodles. LindaC-DT
Pat said…
Super cards, love the colours and the super rosettes. Thanks for joining in at Bah Humbug this week.

Pat xx
Rae Anne said…
OMG - Your projects take my breath away!!! WOW!!! Thanks so much for participating in Catch the Bug's Anything Goes challenge with Bugaboo Stamps! :D MWAH!
Bianca said…
You have made a very pritty card! Very beautifull image and colors. Thanks for playing with us at our very first challenge of Fairy Tale. xx Bianca
Ann said…
Fabulous cards. Thank you for fancy folding with us this week at Bah! Humbug!
Ann xxx
darling Ho said…
Wow!! Beautiful flowers!!
And the color you used is perfect!
Thanks for you join our 1st challenge at Fairy Tale Challenge.
~~darling Ho~~ FTC DT
Great papers!! Love that rosette too! Jennifer Macguire just make one from a Tim Holtz die cut - how easy!!
Very pretty! Love the rosette and the digit paper :) tfs
LindaS said…
I really like the layers in the flower. Thanks for joining Pattie's Creations Desing Challenge.
Karen B. said…
Your pleated flower is gorgeous!
mforquer said…
Oh my those flowers are awesome! I should give that a try
KER said…
very pretty showcased them well...those rosettes are great
Micki said…
LOL, I know, those rosettes are soooo addicting. you've showcased these perfectly and I love your cards. I will have to CASE them, lo :-)

Marion E. said…
This is stunning. What a beautiful card. And I would love to see a tutorial for that rozette! I love it.
thanks for joining us at Shelly's Images this week. Hope you will be back next week with your fabulous work!
Lindsay Weirich said…
I love these, so vintage and homespun, they look like they took a lot of time to make but I bet you could make a bunch in a snap!
1CardCreator said…
These are beautiful Cheryl you made me want to print that paper up immediately! I would love to see a tutorial on how to make those pinwheels. ~Diane
karen said…
Really beautiful, thanks so much for sharing these with us at Fab N Funky this week! Karenx
Marilyn said…
Very nice... that flower is an incredible embellishment!
Thanks for joining us at Stamps R Us!
Cathy said…
Such a beautiful card, and what a gorgeous flower.
Thank you for joining in the InStyle Stamps Colour Challenge this month.
Cathy xx
Joy said…
thanks for playing with Bugaboo!! Joy DT for Bugaboo
Trinh said…
Beautiful cards! Love the PP and the rosettes. Thanks for entering the MG Christmas challenge!
Sammibug said…
Gorgeous, Cheryl! The medallion is so cool! I tried those once but they kept coming apart! What's your secret? Thanks for playing along with us in our anything Christmas challenge at Shelly's Images.
PokSa said…
Fantastic work. I love your style.
Thanks for joining us at the Fairy Tale Challenge.
The rosette is wonderful!

Thanks for joining this months In Style Stamps Inspiration challenge!

Shelly's Images said…
What a beautiful card! Thanks so much for joining our challenge this week at Shelly's Images. Please join us again soon. :)
Sue Upson said…
Lovely card, love your folded flowers, they look so effective
Thanks for sharing with us at this weeks Scrapbook Sisters Card Challenge Sue xx
Min said…
This card is just BEAUTIFUL!!! Love that flower!!
Thanks so much for playing with us this week at Shelly's Images - we hope you'll join us again!
Hugs & Happy Days!
Gemma said…
a gorgeous christmas creation! Thanks for joining in the challenge this fortnight at Digistamps 4 Joy, hope to see you again next time! Gemma :)
Beautiful card. Thank you for taking part in our challenge.
Julie said…
This is so lovely,glad you joined this week's challenge at Scrapbook Sisters,Have a great week,Julie.x
Robin McK said…
Hi Cheryl!

Love those cards - beautiful fanned flowers! Thanks for playing at InStyle Stamps!
Kerry said…
Cheryl, this is absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at the ISS color challenge!
Taylor said…
You are so great - i love this card!!! Thanks so much for playing along with us over at InStyle Stamps for our color challenge!

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