I’m so excited to be guest designing again for Your Next Stamp’s October release. Here is my first project using their new bough die. This die is so versatile and can be used as a focal point or embellishment.
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Stay tuned tomorrow where I will be participating in YNS blog hop! Fun projects to come this month so stay tuned!
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.
Welcome to day 3 of my holiday tag series. Today I created the very simple tags using 2 adorable stamp sets by Taylored Expressions. To see the process video click here. There you will find all the supplies used.
Look at those faces!
The sentiments are pretty funny!
For day 4 of 25 in my holiday card series I created this cute little Rudolph scene. Rudolph is one of my favorite Christmas characters. These types of cutesy cards are challenging for me, but I’m happy with the way it came out. Of course anything with Rudolph is perfect!
If you would like to check out the process video on how I made this card, click the link below. There you will also find the list of supplies I used.
Welcome to day 2 of my holiday series. Today I wanted to do a snowflake card with some blues and purple distress ink. I got my color inspiration from a card I saw online and I really like how the colors blended and turned out.
I used Lawn Fawn’s Put a Bow on It to create a bow which was not my original plan, but turned out pretty cute. I used the same glitter paper to create the snowflakes.
To check out the process video, click this link where you will find a list of products.