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Postage Cards for Two Holidays!

Hi! I have a holiday postage two-fer to share today! I fell in love with the Waffle Flower Postage Dies Set and all the inspiration I saw on social media. I had to have it so that I could make some fun cards to send out.

For my cards, I wanted to create individual boxes that all tied together so I pulled out two, adorable, Clearly Besotted stamps sets! One for Christmas and one for Halloween. These sets work so perfectly with the large postage die because the images are just the right size for each square.

What I did first for both cards were to stamp my chosen images in the individual squares using Tuxedo Black Momento Ink. I then coloured all the images using my coloured pencils.

Once all the images were coloured, I coloured in the backgrounds for each square. I also added white dots onto each blue background, gave the spider a web line, and wrote the word "naughty" on the penguin's list.

I then added a cardstock matte to the back of each postage panel. Black for the Christmas panel and purple for the Halloween panel. Then, I adhered them onto white top folding A2 sized (4.25x5.5") card bases.

I love how these cards turned out but cannot decide which one is my favourite. Possibly the Halloween card because I cannot get enough of that cute ghost cat! I'd love to hear which one you like best! Thanks for visiting and happy crafting!!

Here are links to the products I used to create these cards:

*Disclosure: I use affiliate links where I can. This does not add any extra cost to you, but I do receive a small amount which helps keep me in craft supplies. Thank You*

Sulking Santa, Clearly Besotted Stamp Set:

Scaredy Cat, Clearly Besotted Stamp Set: Scaredy Cat Stamp Set-40140 (

Postage Dies Set, Waffle Flower:

Momento, Tuxedo Black Ink Pad:

Prismacolor Premier Pencils:

Bearly Art Precision Glue:

White Gel Pen:

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Denise Bryant
Denise Bryant
Sep 29, 2023

These are so fun! I have the postage die also and am having so many ideas of what stamps I can use with it! Lots of possibilities!

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