Simple Christmas card for my husband. Created using printed foiled cardstock from Paper Studio. Added ribbon and label.
Christmas shaker card created with Stampin’ Up Still Scenes. The diagonal striped paper is regular Christmas wrapping paper. I die cut the house and trees and colored with copics before adding them to the snow globe. The sentiment is from the same stamp set.
Our Christmas cards this year. The first two were created using Stampin’ Up Feels Like Frost DSP, which was framed by using SU Heirloom Frames dies and embossing folders. These framed pictures were adhered to card stock that had been embossed with SU Scripty embossing folder. The sentiment is from SU Toile Christmas. The third card was created by cutting pearlized card stock with the SU Detailed Deer die. I then embossed the sentiment from SU Blended season. This layer was adhered to the gold card stock using dimensionals.
Quick and simple Christmas card using Stampin’ Up Making Christmas Bright.
Trying to work on my sunrises/sunsets. Made this one using Distress Oxide Inks. The stamp sets used were Stampin’ Up Lovely as a Tree and Stampin’ Up Farmhouse Christmas.
Created this shaker Christmas card using the Die-namics Snowman Snow Globe die set.
One down, 59 to go. Our Christmas card this year. Used Stampin’ Up Winter Woods set. What cannot be seen in the picture is the Wink of Stella on the snow and the green tree.
Finally got a chance to get into the craft room for a little bit tonight. Made another set of coaster tiles using a free stamp set from Papercrafting Essentials. Stamped with Stazon and colored with Chameleon markers. Once dried, I brushed on a layer of Mod Podge.
Christmas card I made for a co-worker to give to her father. Used Stampin’ Up Coffee Cafe set. There is a pocket on the inside from Stampin’ Up Pocketful of Sunshine for a gift card.
Another Christmas card using Stampin’ Up Santa’s Sleigh. Background was made using Brusho Crystals (need a little more practice with them, but the splotches don’t show up too much except in the picture). Background trees are from Stampin’ Up Festival of Trees. Christmas balls on tree were made using glitter glue.