Merry Christmas Scooter Card

Make It Merry Christmas Scooter Card

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One of my absolute favorite stamp sets from the Annual inspirations CTMH Idea Book is the “Make It Merry” set. It’s the scooter! It looks like a cute little Vespa, and I love it. Although this is a Christmas stamp set, the scooter can be used in any type of project, all year long. I used the scooter in a Halloween card here.

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The card base for this project was taken from a retired CTMH cardmaking kit from years ago. The background came pre-designed, and I added stickers for some more interest. The opening/window in the card is actually supposed to be used for mounting a picture. Instead of going with the picture, I created an art card and glued it onto the card window!

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The scooter was stamped onto White Daisy cardstock in black ink, and colored in with a marker to match the yellow in the card background. I stamped another black ink scooter onto Cranberry cardstock and cut out only the covers for the wheels. These were then glued over the plain black covers for some added color.

The presents and bird were stamped right onto the cardstock in Cranberry ink. The tree was stamped with New England Ivy ink onto scrap cardstock and fussy cut out. I carried over the yellow and red to color in parts of the tree. To make the tree pop off the card, I adhered it with thin foam tape. To finish off the card, I added 3 gold sequins for some sparkle!

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For the inside of the card, I stamped the “Make It Merry” sentiment in Cranberry ink. I also created another Christmas tree and adhered it with thin foam tape. Just another jolt of color for this festive card!

I’ll see you in the craft room,


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