Christmas in July ❤︎ mini series (Part 3)

I'm so happy you're joining me for part three of my Christmas in July mini series. I'm sharing another idea on how I get my Christmas card making going in summer. I don't want to create snowy hills, color snowmen or die cutting snow globes when it's that warm outside but I'm always up for some rainbow color action in my craft room :-)

Christmas stamps and dies with a fun color twist.

We all have these wonderful Christmas stamps in our stash that we just would love to use more often but they usually are only in our hands around October until December. What I like to do is, picking some of my favorites and spice things up with unusual color combos. How about a rainbow Christmas card or a black and white one with a pop of one color. You could also use a happy summer combo like yellow, pink and teal (one of my favorites) or just use what you like. ;-) I personally can make rainbow cards all year round but I'm not that much in the mood for the traditional red, white and green in July.

I made two clean and simple cards using rainbow colors. The first is stamped with dye inks and solid trees. The second one is made with watercolors and a die cut word from gitter paper. Both of them do not take much time to make and you could easily make multiples of them.

I hope you got inspired to create some Christmas cards with fun color combos. This is the last post of my Christmas in July mini series. If you missed part one, click here, if you want to see part two, click here. ;-) And if you would like to check the Christmas cards I made in the past, click here or check the sidebar under themes/Christmas.

Thanks for stopping by!
Have a colorful day,

   this post is not sponsored
Products used:              
So Mini Hellos - The Stamp Market
Lawn Fawn mini ink cubes (dye ink)
Joyful Wreath Die-Namics - My Favorite Things

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