Logo 1

Bumbleberry Papercrafts: Modern framed sentiment Christmas card

Hello, good to see you over on the blog. So, Christmas isn’t far away and if like me you still have cards to make, then they need to be stunning but easy at the same time. The Altenew Starry Night stamp set is perfect for this, and combined with a die you can create modern framed sentiment Christmas cards in no time! The card design is easy to change up with different colour schemes and your choice of embellishes can vary too.

modern framed sentiment Christmas card Process overview

To start off, stamp the star corner banner from the Altenew Starry night stamp set onto a white card panel in versamark ink. Rotate the card 180 degrees and repeat so all 4 corners are stamped. 

Cover this in Gold embossing powder and heat set. Die cut the fine frames rectangles die from Altenew in old mirror card and adhere to the front of the panel. Add a sentiment from the stamp set to the front of the panel within the frame rectangles. Lastly, add a few colour corresponding sequins to the front of the car sing multi medium matte adhesive.

To simplify this card even further, making them even quicker to make, stamp the corner banner of stars and circles in dye ink, skipping the heat embossing altogether. I love using blue and white together and think this made for a lovely fresh and elegant card fitting for the sentiment.

modern framed sentiment Christmas card photos

Did you like this project? Why not pin it and save for later? It will be there for when you need it!

For the original post on how I made this card, head over to the Bumbleberry Papercrafts blog HERE to find out more and to pick up the items I used.


Feel free to leave me a comment below, I would love to hear what you think of the card!

If you enjoyed today’s post, why not sign up to the newsletter to find out when new posts are out? Just click on the link on the menu or fill out the form to the side. As always, you can also follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest! Or if you prefer, why not follow me on Google +!

Till next time,

*this post was  produce as part of my design team work for Bumbleberry Papercrafts. I have not been paid to make this post, but I am given supplies from Bumbleberry Papercrafts to use. However, I only create projects I am proud of and use the products that I love.  The information provided is based on my own personal experience – I am not an expert. 

About Me

Hi, I am Verity and I live in the UK.  I love to create beautiful projects whenever I can. My main passion lies with Papercrafting, however, I will always turn my hand to a new project or craft any chance I get.


Current Design Teams:


Affiliate Links

*With these affiliate programs below, I receive a small commission (at no additional cost to you) when you click on my links and make a purchase from their store. This helps maintain the site and provide funds to purchase crafting goodies to keep inspiring you all. 


Catherine Pooler Shop


WOW! UK Shop


WOW! US Shop


Altenew Shop


Bumbleberry Papercrafts UK Shop


Craftstash Shop

Scrapbook.com Shop


Sign up for the Newsletter for crafty inspiration as it goes live on the blog!

Want to steup up your stenciling techniques?

This free 4 page resource shows you nine techniques to use with just one stencil!

Leave a Reply

Teal-inspired Christmas – Three ways with one simple die

Today I’ve got a trio of cards: three ways with one simple die and I’ve got a beautiful teal-inspired Christmas colour combination. This fun and whimsical ‘More Holiday Decorations’ die from Spellbinders can create stunning and elegant cards with ease by using a beautiful colour

Read More »
Art-deco-inspired Christmas card

Art-deco-inspired Christmas card with hot foiling

 I’m really trying to stretch my supplies when it comes to Christmas cards and making different styles. Today I’m sharing an Art-deco-inspired Christmas card with hot foiling using a beautiful plate from PinkFresh Studio. Pair it with the right colour scheme and sentiment and you

Read More »
%d bloggers like this: