BLOG HOP: Gentle Peace Christmas Card

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blessed greetings- stmapin upWelcome to my Stamp It Demonstrator’s Group Christmas / Holiday themed Blog Hop. We’re all really excited the day has finally arrived to unveil our projects that we’ve been crafting for you.

You may be just beginning your journey through our blogs, or you may have arrived from Liz Miller’s Blog (#11).  To continue on your journey through our Christmas projects, simply use the buttons on each post.

My share is a Christmas Card created to look like the stained glass window of a church. From the  Stampin Up “Gentle Peace” photopolymer stamp set. This stamp set is what I call a “rogue” stamp set, it was released last month separately from any of Stampin Up’s catalogs and is available in my online store. The scene is gorgeous, Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus. Colored with the Blendabilities markers. Designed by Veronica, supplies listed below.


  1. Tami White – you are here!
  2. Diane Giarrusso
  3. Linda Cullen 
  4. Siara Acdal
  5. Elizabeth Jeanne Thatcher
  6. Lori Mueller
  7. Tonya Jastad
  8. Mary Bush
  9. Stephanie Kolker
  10. Kathie Rotti 
  11. Liz Miller

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  1. This is a gorgeous card Tami! Wonderful work!

  2. Tami, I wish I loved coloring! I would totally CASE this card!!! It’s beautiful!

  3. very pretty card

  4. Beautiful card Tami!!

  5. Your card is so beautiful!!

  6. Beautiful card Tami! I do LOVE to to color 🙂 I just ordered my first Blendies and I hope I can color with them as well as you do here. Gorgeous! TFS with us!

  7. Tami-I have hopped through the blogs and every project was so pretty and creatively made. Thank you for hosting a blog for us to glean more great Christmas ideas…so stinkin’ cute and adorable!!!!!!!!!!!
    Karen from NE Iowa

  8. Carol Carriveau says:


  9. A beautiful card…clean, crisp, and definitely put me in the Christmas spirit. Love it!


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