Above is day 8 of my holiday tag series. I really wanted to try the chalkboard look and I think it turned out pretty good. I used Tim Holiday Drawings stamp set and white pigment ink. If you would like to see this technique, click here. All supplies used will be in the description box of the video.
For day 9 I used another Tim Holtz stamp set called Scribbly Christmas. I got my inspiration from a Simon Says Stamp blog post by Wanda Guess who made a card using this stamp set. I loved the look and decided to switch it up and make tags. For the process video, click here. You will find links to the supplies there.
Finally for day 10 I used this sweet Clearly Besotted stamp set, Let’s Prance. I love these little reindeer! I did a quick messy water coloring with my Distress Inks to color in the reindeer. If you would like to see the process video, click here. As always supplies are in the description box of video.
Here is day 18 of my holiday card series. I used amazing The Ton stamp sets, Holiday Bows and Grand Bows. These of course are layering stamps and if you have the patience, they come out beautifully! I stuck to traditional Christmas colors, red and green. If you would like to see the process video and how to line them up, click here. There you will find a list of supplies.
Card 19 is a one layer card which is starting to become my favorite type of card! Making a card with no adhesive?! Sign me up! I used Snowy Sayings by Cas-ual Fridays and some Memento Inks to create the cluster of snowflakes. My favorite color combo for Christmas is silver and blue. Loved the way this simple card turned out. If you would like to see the process video, click here. Links to supplies are there as well.
Card 20 was made using MFT Oh Christmas Trees. I love how these cards turned out and by a sweet accident, they are great masculine cards. I used silver and gold embossing powder on black card stock giving the card a different look. I don’t think black card stock is a color people tend to grab when making a Christmas card, but I love it! If you would like to see the process video, click here. Supplies will be linked in the video description.