Christmas Cards

The Greetery’s Merry Makings Collection: Day 2 Reveals

Welcome to the second day of product reveals for The Greetery’s gorgeous Merry Makings Collection. I’m really excited for today’s reveals. These products are so fun and playful!

Say hello to Destination: North Pole. How fun is this?!! The stamp set coordinates with the previously released Destination dies and stencils. I made my own scene, using several images from the stamp set, and snow-drift hills with the Drifting Die.

A lot of comments were made yesterday on my unusual Christmas colors. I find color palettes on Pinterest, and pin them to my Christmas Palette Pinterest Board. I picked one of the vintage color combos as inspiration for my scene. I used six The Stamp Market ink colors: Blush, Bubble Gum, Raspberry, Curry, Island, & Sea Glass.

I loved the trees so much, I had to give them their own background. I hand-stamped the trees with the same Stamp Market inks, then stamped the trunks With Pinkfresh Studio Doe ink. The holly berries layered stamp is also from Destination: North Pole.

The Wood Slice I die-cut from cream card stock. The outer bark was inked with Ground Espresso Distress Oxide Ink, and a finger dauber. The inside was inked with Brushed Corduroy. I splattered Ground Espresso Ink and white paint all over the pieces, and glued them together. I finished with dabs of Ranger Multi Media Matte around the edges, and a heavy pour of Rock Candy Glitter. In person, the wood piece looks like there’s ice on it. It’s so pretty!

I used the new Snowflake Soiree stencil and die set for this pretty-in-pink card. This set is very much like the Pinwheel Party set. There are four stencils that work together to create a pretty, multi-colored snowflake border. There are also individual snowflake stencils with coordinating dies.

I used two colors on the four-step stenciled snowflake border. I inked the edges first with Raspberry ink, then blended Ballet Slipper and Raspberry inks over the stencils. I blended another panel with Raspberry ink, and stamped snowflakes from Snowflake Soiree stamp set. The die cut word and shadow is from the coordinating die collection. I stenciled the single snowflakes, and applied a thin layer of Frost glitter glaze over the stencil before removing. After the glitter dried, I die-cut the snowflakes.

New Products Used Today:

  • Destination: North Pole Stamp Set
  • Destination: North Pole Die Collection
  • Written In Ribbons Holiday Stamp Set
  • Written In Ribbons Holiday Die Collection
  • Wood Slices Die Collection
  • Snowflake Soiree Stencil Collection
  • Snowflake Soiree Die Collection
  • Snowflake Soiree Stamp Set

Be sure to stop by The Greetery Blog to see the beautiful creations Betsy has made for today, as well as full details for each product. Everything you see this week will be available in The Greetery Shop this Friday, October 9th, at 10am EST. Thanks for stopping by!


There will be a $50 store gift certificate given away each reveal day this week. For a chance to win, leave a comment daily at each blog stop. Winners will be announced Friday Morning on The Greetery Blog. 

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127 Replies to “The Greetery’s Merry Makings Collection: Day 2 Reveals”

  1. I love the tree background. Such amazing colors, and I love the versatility of it for so many greetings!

  2. Great holiday cards! The slimline card is my favorite. The drifting die was the perfect touch for the hillsides. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I’m not seeing my comment from earlier, so I wanted to comment again. The bright colors are so happy and stand out in the swirly snow! Love that you did an example of the slimline card with this adorable set!

  4. Well, apparently pink should be a Christmas colour – that’s what I say. Love all three cards but the wood slice and snowflake cards are just stunners.

  5. Love your projects, and that slimline North Pole Card is my fav of the bunch – it’s perfection!

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