Monday, November 9, 2015

Rerun No. 6 | Happy Christmas


Welcome lovelies to our next monthly Rerun!

Each Rerun will provide plenty of inspiration focusing upon a featured product, a month-long sale on the featured product and a challenge (with a prize!).


For our sixth Rerun we are concentrating on Happy Christmas.  Happy Christmas is full of sentiments and images perfect for Christmas cards and gift giving!  Pair it with A Tree for All SeasonsThis Awesome House or Winter Woodland to create lovely Christmas projects!  Of course it would be perfect with our latest October 2015 Release too!

Now on to the cards!


I went with a couple of Christmas cards using the green, red, white and metallics.  I hope you like them!

For this first card I cut white cardstock with the larger rectangle layer from Essentials: Noelle Cutaways.  On a piece of white cardstock I stamped the larger poinsettia twice and leaves (all from Happy Christmas) in Versamark and then heat embossed it in bronze.  I painted in the flowers and leaves with Distress Inks using a water brush.  I cut them out and and arranged them on the scallop panel to see where to stamp the sentiment from Happy Christmas which I stamped in Versamark and embossed in gold.  I adhered the flower and poinsettia.  I adhered the scallop panel to a white cardbase.  Last I adhered some gold sequins.


On a panel of white cardstock I stamped the larger holly from Happy Christmas in evergreen bough Distress Ink and then added xmas red Stickles to the berries.  I set aside the panel to dry. Once dry I adhered it to a white cardbase.   I cut out the smaller rectangle layer from Essentials: Noelle Cutaways and stamped the wreath in Versamark and embossed it in bronze.  I painted in the wreath with a waterbrush and Distress Inks.  I cut out In a Word: Merry Cutaway from dark red cardstock and then covered it with xmas red Stickles and set it aside to dry.  On piece of vellum I dry embossed with an embossing folder which I adhered the scallop panel to with dimensional foam adhesive. I adhered the panel to the cardbase.  I adhered the merry over the wreath.

That's it from me...wait until you see what Heather, Kelly and Vanessa did with Happy Christmas!


CLICK HERE to see more from Heather.

kelly_Winnie Walter Happy Christmas Dec 25 Ornament Card kelly_Winnie Walter In a Word Merry Christmas Card
CLICK HERE to see more from Kelly.

CLICK HERE to see more from Vanessa.


Now it's your turn to play along with Rerun!
  1. Create a new project using Happy Christmas (and/or the coordinating cut files).  An alternative to using Happy Christmas (and/or the coordinating cut files) is to create a new project using one of the projects featured in this post (or any Rerun post throughout November) as your inspiration.  Make sure you use at least one (1) w&w product (this can include a freebie) in your project.  If you choose the alternative to using Happy Christmas (and/or the coordinating cut files), please include in your post or project description which project inspired you and how.
  2. Link up your project here by 11:55 p.m. CST on November 30, 2015.  
  3. Enter as many times as you want before the deadline.
  4. This Rerun Challenge may be combined with other challenges found here on the w&w blog or elsewhere.
One project will be randomly chosen to win $25.00 credit to the w&w shop!  The winner will be announced on the Giveaway Winners page or in it's very own post on the w&w blog.


  1. Beautiful cards!! This is one of the stamp set on my wish list:) beautiful inspiration!!

  2. Gorgeous projects by all, playing along with the lovely freebies :)

  3. Awesome guide, thanks so much. The points are very clear to know about it in detail, much appreciated work, Great.
    Christmas ornaments


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