Hello crafty peeps - this card was fun to make.
The layout was easy to put together, I die cut the base panel with a stitched rectangle. Then die cut coordinating paper with a tag die. I added some twine and foam tape to pop it up.
I cut part of the sentiment from the paper and popped it up with foam tape for a tone on tone look.
Supplies: White cardstock, Designer Paper - Honey Bee (Birthday Bash), foam tape, twine, gems.
Did you know: So far, man had survived on Earth for 2 million years. The dinosaurs lasted 15 millions years.
I put all the elements together, then added some clay snowflakes, and the sentiment strip that has a layer of blue cardstock.
Supplies: White, blue and kraft cardstock, Designer paper - Photoplay, Memory Box - Evergreen Sky Collage, and Deer Trio, Spellbinders - S3-418 (hills) , Picket Fence-Clay snowflakes, Simon Says Stamp - sentiment Strip.
Did you know: One out of four adults can't tell their left from their right.
I still have some holiday cards to share but I wanted to post something different today. I don't about any of your, but the Boxing Day sale bug got me and I can expect a few crafty supply parcels in the coming weeks.
For my card, I started with a sentiment panel and layered it with black cardstock and foam tape. I adhered it to the bottom layer slightly off center. The bottom layer is coordinating patterned paper, also layered with black cardstock, and I added some twine across the bottom section.
I finished the card with gems and sequins.
Supplies: White and black cardstock, Designer Paper - Echo Park, twine, gems, sequins.
Did you know: Two percent of Earth's people have red hair.
Merry Christmas crafty peeps, I hope you have a festive holiday season and that you are surrounding by family and friends and perhaps you get some crafty time tucked in there somewhere.
I layered all the panels of this card with black cardstock, the sentiment is a punch out piece that I added a layer of black cardstock to and popped up with foam tape. I finished the cards with small clear gems in the centers of the snowflakes on the patterned paper.
Did you know: Santa’s sleigh is the fastest vehicle ever! On Christmas Eve, Santa has to travel around the world to deliver presents to all the children on the nice list. There about 2.5 billion children in the world – so Santa’s sleigh has to move at a speed of around 1,800 miles per second.
I started with a dark green cardstock for the bottom layer that I added some texture to with a script embossing folder.
I staggered strips of patterned paper then added a die cut branch I had on my desk. The stamped sentiment is popped up with foam tape.
I popped the panel up with some foam tape on a white card base. I finished the card with some gems.
Hello winter is right, the fun winter weather is causing so much havoc across Canada and US right now, I hope everyone gets to their destination in time to celebrate the holiday season or just get home.
This card was simple to make but I love the clean design. I started with sentiment panel and added a layer die cut with the Postage Stamp die and popped up with foam tape.
I cut a coordinating piece of patterned paper and did the same layering.
I added some twine with an enamel dot to finish the card.
Supplies: White and black cardstock, Designer Paper - Echo Park, Simon Says Stamp - Postage stamp edge die, twine, enamel dot.
Did you know: Santa's reindeer (Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and Rudolph) are arranged in two lines of four, with Rudolph leading with his red nose! Donner and Dancer are nearest to Santa's sleigh. Dasher is next to Prancer.
The snow is falling heavily as I type this, and there is already a significant amount accumulated, I think kids and some adults will be having a snow day.
Today's card is showcasing another Penny Black Masterpiece made simple.
I started with a layer of patterned paper, this plaid design is so pretty with the gold lines. I added a layer of brown cardstock to each of the panels.
The masterpiece panel is also popped it up with foam tape.
Supplies: White and brown cardstock, Designer paper-Memory Box, Penny Black- Masterpieces, Simon Says Stamp-Sentiment Strips.
Did you know: Usually a snowflake is formed of about 200 of these ice crystals. Snowflakes have six sides. There's a famous saying that goes, 'no two snowflakes are the same'. As snowflakes fall to the ground, they will each take their own unique journey, and that journey will determine what they look like.
Good Morning and Merry Monday, miracles of miracles I seem to have pulled it off. I have managed to mail and create almost all the holiday cards for this season. I still have two more, one for my husband and the other for my son.
For this card I used two coordinating patterns from a paper pack for the panels, I added a layer of blue cardstock behind, and a very thin strip of the same cardstock to highlight between the two panels.
I added a layer of cardstock to the top panel then adhered it with some foam tape. I added the twine and the enamel dots to finish.
Did you know: Reindeer travel up to 55 km per day and reach a top speed of 80 km/h.