Christmas Cards

The Greetery’s Christmas Time Holiday Collection

Who’s ready to start making Christmas cards?? Today begins the reveal of The Greetery’s Christmas Time Holiday Collection. You are going to be blown away these next three days as all of the new products are showcased. Betsy has outdone herself again, and I I’ve been looking forward to sharing some inspiration with you!

My first card features the new Cathedral Window stencils and die. This set is so unique, and so easy to work with! I had a lot of fun creating this icy snow scene, and incorporated the new Pine Wisp Die, and Opposites Attract Holiday stamp set. I also used Brick Layer die to add some added interest to the card front, and of course, I couldn’t resist using glitter!

I used the new Winterberry Bouquet stamp and stencil set for my next two cards.

I used Pinkfresh Studio inks to stencil the berries, then finished with the detail stamps from the coordinating stamp set. I used a white gel pen to add some highlights, and finished with a little glue and glitter. (Of course. Lol) I die-cut the image, and used thin foam squares to add the bouquet to the watercolored background. I tucked a couple Pine Wisps behind the berries, and finished with a foiled Abundant Joy.

For my last card, I exchanged the blue inks for red, and added a few smaller berries.

I love how well the Pine Wisps worked behind the berries for this slim line card. The watercolored background is Weathered Wood and Speckled Egg Distress Oxide inks, splattered with a little bit of white paint. I added chunky glitter to the wisps for extra sparkle, and finished the card with another sentiment from Opposites Attract Holiday stamp set.

New Products used today:

  • Winterberry Bouquet stamp + stencil + die
  • Cathedral die + stencils
  • Pine Wisp die
  • Abundant Joy die + hot foil
  • Opposites Attract stamp set + die + script die

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 of today’s products. Everything you see this week will be available in The Greetery Shop this Friday, October 7th, at 10am EST.


There will be TWO $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 the morning of the release on The Greetery Blog. 

Today’s Designers:

Keeway Tsao
Angelica Conrad (You are here)

Laurie Willison
Wanda Guess
Dawn McVey
Heather Nichols
Kelly Lunceford
Norine Borys

209 Replies to “The Greetery’s Christmas Time Holiday Collection”

  1. Such beautiful cards! I love the cathedral window! It is such a stunning element to add to a card!

  2. I am so impressed by the soft and subtle look. The glitter effect with 3 different kids of glitters was so cool. Love the pine dies.

  3. These ate lovely! I especially live the slim card and how the chunky glitter shines on the pine boughs.

  4. Oh my goodness! Your cards are amazing. I love the icy snow on the cathedral window and the brick background. I love the gold foiled joy sentiment and the chunky glitter on the pine wisp.

  5. Oh my GOODNESS!! Just so festive and lovely! The winterberry bouquet is just scrumptious!! I LOVED watching you make the vintage ornaments! Those cards are just fabulous!

  6. Your outside view of the cathedral window is SPECTACULAR Angelica! The details add so much to an already fab designed die cut. Your other two cards showcase the winterverries so well. I love the pine needles too.

  7. The stain glass is fabulous – as are the other cards here as well – such nice layering and eye appeal – TFS

  8. I’m new to card making and glad I found this company. There are many wonderful designs with this release.

  9. Oh, these are so pretty! Lovely holiday images and dies! I am in love with the hour glass die sets!

  10. So pretty, Angelica! The Pine Wisps are a perfect accent for Christmas and all through the Winter. Thank you for sharing your videos this week!

  11. What beautiful cards. Adding the frost to the church window takes it to the next level. Such inspiration.

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