Happy Hanukkah

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Hello and Happy Hanukkah! I kicked off the holiday by attending a menorah lighting ceremony in Lancaster City last evening and then lit the first candle when I got home. Last week I had a Hanukkah cardmaking class and these are the four cards we made. Stampin’ Up! hasn’t had a new Hanukkah stamp set in many years so I pulled out my favorite retired set, Jewish Celebrations, and also used stamps and dies that I’ve purchased over the years from a few other companies. All of the cardstock, inks, Designer Series Paper and embellishments are Stampin’ Up! products. It is always a challenge to come up with creative ways to make cards for Jewish holidays so I always keep retired products that I think will work well for future holiday projects – so glad for my stash!

I got this fun card layout from LeeAnn Greff’s blog, Flowerbugs Inkspot. The menorah image is from the Jewish Celebrations stamp set. I stamped it on Very Vanilla cardstock and cut it out with one of the Tasteful Label dies. The Happy Hanukkah greeting is from a current SU stamp set, Snowflake Wishes. The embossing folder I used for the side panel is Stylish Scroll. The DSP and blue frayed ribbon are from the Boho Indigo Product Medley, which was in the 2020-2021 Annual Catalog. The inside greeting is from Altenew’s Love and Light Stamp set. The cardstock and ink are Misty Moonlight.

This is a fun fold card. I purchased Rubber Cafe’s Celebrating the Festival of Lights stamp set several years ago at a scrapbooking show and it is no longer available. I used Night of Navy cardstock and ink. The DSP is from You’re A Peach, which is currently available in the 2021-2022 Annual Catalog. I colored in the dreidels with Smoky Slate, Balmy Blue, Misty Moonlight and Night of Navy Stampin’ Blends. The inside greeting is from Altenew’s Love and Light stamp set. The bling is from Holiday Rhinestone Basic Jewels.

This card features the beautiful menorah from Altenew’s Love and Light stamp set, which is still available. I stamped the image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on Shimmery White cardstock and colored it with Smoky Slate, Night of Navy, Balmy Blue, Granny Apple Green and Highland Heather Stampin’ Blends and used the coordinating die to cut it out. I die cut a piece of silver foil with a Stitched Rectangles die and popped the menorah up on it with regular and mini Stampin’ Dimensionals. The card base is Smoky Slate. The DSP is Springtime Foils Specialty DSP, which was a Sale-A-Bration offering a few years ago. The silver ribbon came in a combo pack with gold ribbon and is retired.

This is another fun fold card that uses the Celebrating the Festival of Lights stamp set. I heat embossed the dreidel and greeting with gold embossing powder on a piece of Basic White cardstock that I cut with one of the scalloped dies from the Stitched so Sweetly dies. I cut a piece of NIght of Navy cardstock with a larger scalloped die and adhered them together. Card base is Night of Navy and the gold striped paper is from the Expressions in Ink Specialty Designer Series Paper from the current 2021-2022 Annual Catalog. I added a few Champagne Rhinestone Jewels for a bit of bling.

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