Welcome to day 14 of my holiday card series. I decided to go simple because lets be honest, I’m cutting it down to the wire with my holiday series. I will finish this series, but oh my am I running around like a buffoon trying to get videos done daily. Definitely will take a breather once I am finished with this series. For your sake and mine! 🙂
So for day 14 I made this really quick and simple card using my favorite color, pink! I love non-traditional colors for Christmas. Christmas is my favorite season, but red and green color combo is not. Winnie and Walter has a great stamp set called Holiday Trimmings. It consists of rows of stamps which makes this card super fast since the trees were stamped in rows at once! I topped the card off with the gorgeous Merry Christmas sentiment from SSS, tied a bow with pink twine, and topped it off with sequins to complete the look.
If you want to see the 4 minute process video (I believe this time is a record), click here. As always you will find a list of supplies in the description box of the video!
Happy Monday! Today I used this intricate Simon Says Stamp Create Joy die to create these pretty little cards. Like I said in the video, if you happen to work with this die, make sure you have patience. Whew! The die is lovely but does take some time (did I say patience).
I used Lawn Fawn paper and some ribbon in my stash to finish up the cards. My card bases are 5×5 which is a lovely change to the regular card sizes we use.
If you would like to see how I created this card, click here. There you will find a list of supplies as well.
Here is day 12 of my holiday card series. I used the Simon Says Stamp Christmas Cats stamp set and my Spectrum Noir Markers. I am really starting to love these markers!! I also tried the Marvy Snow Puff pen on the cat’s hat. Look how it puffs up!! That marker could become addictive! For the process video, click here. There you will find a list of supplies as well!
Welcome to day 8 of my holiday card series. Today I used SSS Ugly Sweater stamp set. The images in these stamp sets are so cute and a great way to create your own patterned paper or customize your own ugly sweater. To see the process video, click here. There you will find a link of supplies used as well. Stay tuned for day 9 coming soon!