Spellbinders July 2023 Blog Hop - Christmas in July

Hello, fellow crafting enthusiasts! It’s Debbie here, excited to share another delightful crafting adventure with you all at Debbie J’s Crafting Corner. Today’s video features the Pine Cones and Holly Stamp Set, a fabulous set perfect for mass-producing your own Christmas cards.

We are also part of a Blog Hop, where you can explore an array of inspirational creations from talented crafters like you. (more about that later)

So, let’s dive into the crafty goodness and discover a new technique to spread joy this holiday season.

Crafting a Colorful Christmas

In this video, I explored a new technique for using the Pine Cones and Holly Stamp Set. Instead of the usual heat embossing, I experimented with various vibrant ink colors. The result? A beautiful rainbow of Christmas cards that are sure to brighten anyone’s day!

Step 1: Stamping the Magic

To begin, I used my trusty Misti stamping tool to stamp the pine cones and holly in different colors. Catherine Pooler’s “Deck the Halls” ink gave a rich, dark green, perfect for that classic touch. Then, I tried the festive “Cranberry Fizz” for a splash of cheerful red. But why stop there? I also tried some unconventional colors, and I must say, the non-traditional hues turned out to be just as stunning!

Step 2: Assembling the Joy

With a plethora of colorful stamped images, it was time to assemble the cards. I trimmed one panel in half and adhered it to an A2-sized card base, leaving a bit of white space for a clean, elegant look.

Next, I took another stamped panel and turned it into a diamond shape, placing it in the center with foam tape to add some dimension.

Step 3: The Finishing Touch

To add that extra festive touch, I cut out a beautiful Essential Diamond Frame from red cardstock and added it to the center with foam tape. This elegant frame adds a perfect finishing touch to the design.

Finally, I crafted a “Merry Christmas” sentiment, layered it up with a couple of backings for added dimension, and placed it on the card front.

Step 4: Sparkle and Shine

To make these cards truly magical, I couldn’t resist adding a touch of bling. A few sparkly gems strategically placed around the design added a delightful sparkle that will dazzle the recipients.

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Mass Produced Christmas Cards | Spellbinders Clubs Blog Hop

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Big Hugs!


Thanks for joining me in some crafty fun!

Let me inspire you to create something great!

Because, if I can make it, YOU CAN TOO!

~ Big Hugs!

Debbie Jenkins

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Did I forget to mention this? There is a Hop Giveaway!

To celebrate this release, we are giving away a $25 gift certificate to 3 lucky blog readers – selected from the comments on our blog. Giveaway closes on Sunday, July 23rd, 11:59 pm MST. The winner will be announced in this blog hop post the following Wednesday. The winner is responsible for shipping costs, duties, and taxes.

Please note, store credit (gift certificate) cannot be applied to Club Subscriptions. Store credit can be applied to shop past Club products, Club extras and regular releases.

Here is the rest of the lineup!


And there you have it! A colorful collection of handmade Christmas cards that will surely spread joy and warmth this holiday season. I had so much fun experimenting with different ink colors and creating these cards, and I hope this video has inspired you to embark on your own crafting journey.

Don’t forget to check out the entire Blog Hop playlist, where you’ll discover more amazing creations using Spellbinders products. Also, be sure to visit my Youtube Channel for more crafting inspiration and tutorials.

Thank you for joining me at Debbie J’s Crafting Corner. Wishing you all a wonderful day filled with creativity and joy. Until next time, happy crafting!


Deb Jenkins

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  1. Lovely cards! I really like the design and it was a good idea to do it with a variety of colors.

  2. Great cards! I love how you cut the frames to create squares and the variety of colors look so pretty!

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