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Scrapping For Less | November 2019 Flavor of the Month Card Kit Reveal | A Vintage Christmas



It’s all about “A Vintage Christmas” this month. I love the look and colors of vintage Christmas decorations. I hope you are inspired by the sweet little postal girl, the indented glass ornament stamp, and all of the other papers and baubles that we have added to the kit this month to give it that vintage feel. Join in on our hop and if you happened to miss where to start head back to the Scrapping for Less Blog  where you can find the full lineup and also where you can  enter into our Rafflecopter. If you are new to our blog and website head to the Subscription page for all the various links to purchase a 1x kit or to subscribe. New subscribers will receive a special gift this month (while supplies last) for signing up for a subscription. Enjoy the vintage inspiration from our Design Team and guest designers this month – Teresa- Scrapping for Less Co-Owner



Below is the ingredient page! It shows everything you will get in your kit for the Double Dip Sunday level and the Banana Split level.


Here is the sheet of card sketches for this month!


These are the four collections you’ll receive when you order the Double Dip Sundae kit.



With the Double Dip Sundae Kit you will also receive lots of high quality card stock. This last picture (below, right) is the goody bag you’ll receive if you subscribe to the Banana Split level kit.


I was asked to guest design again this month! I created a card using each collection from November’s Flavor of the Month Card kit. The theme is “A Vintage Christmas.” I absolutely love anything vintage–especially Christmas decorations! All the stamps and pattern papers from this kit have that fabulous vintage vibe–they were so much fun to craft with! Out of all the collections in this kit, I really couldn’t choose a favorite. Each collection is awesome, and I loved how all my cards turned out. Check out my YouTube Video below and supply links!


Card #1: Victorian Christmas Card

I stamped this Victorian house onto a piece of kraft card stock from the kit and colored it in using colored pencils. I pulled out my Gelly Roll Pens to add bright glowing colors to the twinkle lights hanging from the eves of the house. I then stamped the snowflakes from the set using white pigment ink.



Card #2: Christmas Post Card

The stamp from this collections is from LDRS, and of the back of the packaging they show a picture of this stamp already colored in. I used this as my inspiration, and colored in my card just like it. I love all the white details they left uncolored on their example. I used a mixture of my Prismacolors and Polychromos pencils to color in this scene.

I used one of the sketches to put this card together. I don’t often create square cards, but I had fun putting this one together. It is a 5″ x 5″ card, and I cut out the square window on the red pattern paper as well as the striped pattern paper using a square die.


Card #3: Jolly Santa Card

I love this Santa image! I’m going to be using this stamp again to make more Christmas cards this year. I colored him in using colored pencils again, but I used a very soft color palette. His hat looks more pink than red, and I love it! I stamped him onto a piece of Insulation Pink card stock. It was my inspiration for coloring in my Santa. It’s such a soft pink–you can’t buy this card stock anymore, so I’m going to hoard the rest of my 8 1/2 x 11 sheet. Lol! I used another card sketch to pull this card together.



Card #4: An Ornamental Christmas Card

I used even more colored pencils this time. I love using them on kraft card stock, so that’s what I did. I masked off the flower that was on this bulb so that I could stamp the sentiment there instead. I heat embossed it with Alabaster White embossing powder, but before I heat embossed it, I just stamped it with embossing ink, colored it in, and then heat embossed it. This allowed me to color in the image without having to go around the raised embossed lines.



Card #5: Noel Ornament Card

I love this die from the Banana Split level! I wanted to cut it out with some glitter paper, so I found a piece that matched really well with the pattern paper from the kit. I cut it out two more times with the die and glued them together. This added more dimension to the die cut.



Do you want to see how I put these cards together? Check out my video below! You can watch it here or over on my YouTube Channel in HD!

I loved crafting with this kit!! Scrapping for Less’ card kits are always so unique and fun and jam-packed with crafty goodness!

Hop along for more great inspiration using November’s Vintage Christmas Card kit.

Next on the blog hop is the fabulous Luci from My Crazy Craft Life! Click the link below.

November 2019 Flavor of the Month Card Kit

Thank you for hopping by, and I hope you have a wonderful day!

Supply Links:

Featured Products:

Scrapping for Less Subscription Kit:

Jackie’s Craft Table Glue:

Olive and Oak Styling Mats:

Art Mediums:

Faber Castell Polychromos Colored Pencils:

Prismacolor Pencils:

White Gel Pen:

Gelly Roll Pens:


Mini Misti:

Original Size Misti:


Wagner Heat Tool:

Fiskars Paper Trimmer:

Score Board:

Cutter Bee Scissors:

Jewel Picker:

Blending Brushes:

Foam Blending Tool:

Sizzix Big Shot Machine:


Mini Die Cut Machine:

Inks & Adhesives:

White Unicorn Pigment Ink:

Simon Says Stamp Intense Black Ink:

Hero Arts Embossing Ink:

Jackie’s Craft Table Glue:

Scotch Foam Tape:

Score Tape:

Kokuyo Dotliner:

Kokuyo Refills:

Post-It Note Masking Tape:


Neenah Solar White Card Stock 110lb:

Glitter Card Stock 6X6 Pad DCWV:

Other Supplies:

Alabaster White Embossing Powerder:

Embossing Bag:

Mason Jar Plate:

Faux Stich Banner Dies:

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