Hi everyone, I’m quickly popping in to share a card by Kristina.
For the background I’ve stamped and colored different images. It was a little bit time consuming but so worth it.
Thank You all, I hope you had a magical Christmas. Happy New Year!
Hello, friends! Olga is here today. This is my first post on this blog and I can’t wait to show you three Holidays cards using Origami Winter Clear Stamp Set.
For my first card I used die cut Dotted Shaker Tag, filled shaker with Classic Christmas sequins fusion and seed beads.
On the side I stamped and emboss the tree. Colored it with Zig markers and cut it out. Adhered it all together and for the finishing touch I’ve added a tiny golden bell.
I’ve also made matching tags.
For my next card I die cut Dotted Frame and embossed with snowflakes. Blended it with distress inks.
For my last card I’ve stamped, colored and cut random images from the set. Blended the background with red Distress ink and added a few sequins from Majestic Fusion.
Another close up.
Thank You and Happy New Year!
Hello everyone, I’m quickly popping in to share a card by Valentyna.
Thank You all for stopping by and have a wonderful day!
This is Maria from Krumspring – I am so honored to be here, guest designing for sweet Katia. Her products pretty much rock, right?
I have 2 christmas cards to share with you.
I looooove this little reading fox from the brand new stamp set Foxes. I have put him on top of this pile of presents and then I wrote “jul” in the little subject space on the book. Jul means Christmas in danish. I imagine him sitting there reading Christmas stories or singing jingle bells.
A little closeup so you can see the colouring and details a bit better.
For my second card I used the new Elongated Dotted Hexagondie and again the Origami Winter Christmas tree (I love that tree, lol). I also used the snowflake for that set, embossed it white and did some inkblending for the background. It’s very strong coloured ha ha..
Well that is it from me today – thank you for having me Katia !
Merry Christmas everybody.
Valentyna is here today and I have a shiny card and exciting news to announce. I have a pleasure to be Guest Designer for The Paper Players challenge blog for next 6 months term. Whoo-hoo! And today’s my card is bright and glamorous for The Paper Players current color challenge, hosted by Jaydee.
For the tag, I cut Dotted Shaker Tag Creative Die 3 times, to make a dime and then embossed snowflakes with Ranger Enchanted Gold powder and stamped sentiment from Happy Snowflakes stamp set.
Thank you for visiting!
Hi everyone, I’m popping in to share this fabulous CAS card by Valentyna.
Here’s a close up of the bow. I love the red bow, makes look so festive.
Valentyna here popping up to share another Christmas card. For this card, I used new Darling Ribbon & Dotted Frames | Creative Dies to make a window panel from SSS woodgrain cardstock.
For the focal point, I went with an origami tree from the Origami Winter stamp set for one more time. Looks like this tree is my favorite for the season. I colored the tree with Zigs and adhered it to the base with 3D foam tape. To finish my card off I stamped sentiment from the same set and added Holiday Cheer Fusion sequins.
Thank you for stopping by!
The card base and the shaker border are made out of Neenah Solar White cardstock, and the dimensional part I cut out from white foam.
I used regular foam, not sticky back one. To make it sticky I adhered Stick-It sheets on the both sides. It’s so thin, that I didn’t have any problems at all die-cutting foam with Stick-It on both sides.
Inside of the shaker I placed snowflakes mentioned as well as some Icy Clear Seed Beads. Lastly I stamped the sentiment.
Shakers are fun cards, especially they’re fun for recipients. But they’re a bit more time consuming to make. So I this time I decided to go with the simpler design. And like how it turned out.
I like how clean it is. With some deep blue in the shaker window. I imagine this card as a view on a snowy night through the window 😉
Have a wonderful day!
Here is a close up.