Michelle Last

Hearts Come Home Christmas Card

I am sharing one of the first Christmas Cards I’ve made.  I have used the ever so gorgeous Hearts Come Home Stamp set and matching Hometown Greetings Edgelits from Stampin Up for the sketch challenge with the Global Design Project.

Hearts Come Home from Stampin' Up!

You are absolutely going to love this bundle including the dies as there are so many house/building combo’s and limitless possibilities.

I wanted to go bright and cheery and had a blast using lots of colour, ink, ribbon and paper.  I still had my sewing machine out from last weeks card so I added some stitching too!

The trees are from the Card Front Builder Thinlits and add some height to the background.  I did ink the trees with the Old Olive Ink and a sponge brayer to add a little texture and the greeting is heat embossed in white.

Global Design Project #GDP106

I added lots of texture and dimension using ribbon, stitching, patterned paper and dimensionals.

We would love to see what you can make using this sketch challenge and enter your projects to be in with a chance of being selected as one of the 3 winners!

Let’s go over to the Global Design Project Website and see what the other design team members have made using the same sketch.

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Stampin' Up! UK's #1 Demonstrator Michelle Last based in Buckinghamshire. Classes, inspiration, order online and advice. I would love to hear from you.


  1. Nicely done!

  2. I totally love that card and some stitched stuff, how lovely, a really beautiful card!

  3. I love it Michelle – I have this set but not the edgelits but its such a versatile set – OMG – real sewing – I”m in awe! x