Hopefully you will be able to watch my FaceBook live this morning! ( or my YouTube channel ) to see how to make this beautiful card!
It’s very easy yet lends itself to a degree of loveliness–I think!
This is the first card. I decided to create a sympathy version and I think it came our well. What do YOU think?
Basic white card stock was the base then I used the die/embossing folder with another piece of white for the layer.
I only added TomBow glue to the rectangle –letting the perimeter free fall on the card.
I did cut out another rectangle for the message and popped it on with Dimensionals.
Done –what do YOU think?
This next one is a thank you and I used Berry Delightful DSP ( one of my favs but you can use any DSP!)
Again, I used TomBow to adhere the layer but kept the edges free.
I will post two more after my FaceBook live –a birthday and Christmas.
I do love the versatility of this bundle and you may also!!
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Here are the supplies I used:
Ho-ho-HO! This adorable Stampin’ Up! stamp set
Signs of Santa makes me LAUGH!
Here is the card I made all by myself! HA HA HA!
FIrst, I love the expressions on ALL the elves and Mr and Mrs Claus!
Look at this little impish elf!
He’s popped up with a few Dimensionals.
I LOVE the predominant color palette – Poppy Parade and Garden Green. Festive and bright!
It was fun making this one by using the
Santa’s Signpost Framelits and the Santa’s Workshop DSP.
My message was used with the Silver Foil Paper and the Merry Christmas Thinlit Dies.
Yet another option for holiday cards!
I hope you like it and if you have any questions, please contact me!
This Stampin’ Up! Still Night Christmas stamp set is so beautiful!
I love making handmade cards and this set is so realistic.
The owl seems to be overseeing the lay of the land at this peaceful time of the year.
To get the om bray effect, I used Night of Navy ink with my brayer.
To make the moon, I took a 1/3/4″ circle and sponged Crushed Curry and Daffodil Delight ink on it.
After stamping the owl and branches, I ran them through the Big Shot using the Night Owl Thinlits.
Popped the owl on with Dimensionals then the moon and branch with Fine Tip Glue.
Then I added the message and snailed that on.
I had to add stars in the sky with White Craft ink and of COURSE they had to sparkle a bit -so out came the Wink of Stella!
What do you think?
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This handmade Stampin’ Up! Christmas card is so reminiscent of times past.
The old fashioned skis, sled, and snow shoes remind me when I was a little girl………….
So onto the card!
I used Real Red, Early Expresso and Very Vanilla card stocks plus the stamp set Alpine Adventure and corresponding Alpine Sports Thinlits.
It was fun using the Buffalo Check stamp with Memento Ink on the Real Red base.
You sure gets LOTS of mileage out of THAT stamp!
The sled was fun to create –two different cut outs then a little snip here and there and voila!
I did add a bit of gold thread for the pull rope and of course splashes of Wink of Stella here and there!
How cute is that???
The greetings came from Merry Christmas to All and Alpine Adventure stamp sets.
What do YOU think?
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This too darn cute Stampin’ Up! Signs of Santa Christmas card makes me laugh!
It’s fun to color and fun to paste!
I used the Big Shot with the Santa’s Signpost Framelits to cut out Santa .
Then I colored him using the Stampin’ Blends and added a puff of cotton to his cap with a drop of Fine Tip Glue.
I also used a banner from the Festive Farmhouse DSP with a bit of gold thread in front of it .
Santa is popped up on the Christmas card with Dimensionals and of COURSE I just had to add Wink of Stella here and there!
What do you think?
Let me know if you need any help or want to make this card.
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