Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Monday, December 19, 2016
I just love the embossing folder Pine Bough. It is so versatile for many projects, but today I used it on this Christmas Card along with the Christmas Pines thinlit dies. I used whisper white card stock for my base, ran it through my big shot to emboss it first. Then cut out my Pine needles from Emerald Envy and the pine cones from Early Espresso and Soft Suede.The ornament is from a retired bundle.I then stamped my sentiment in Real red. Stuck a few foil snowflakes in and all done!!
Saturday, December 17, 2016
This was simple but turned out rather pretty dont you think? I had a few co workers that love buying my Christmas cards so I had to get busy making up some. This was the start and what a great start it was. My card base was made with Real Red card stock, and matte with whisper white. I then cut out the mistletoe from the Pretty Pines thinlit dies on Emerald Envy card stock., adorned it with some pearl embellishments I had on hand. Stuck on a few gold stars and the edge with some gold and white foil paper. It seemed to be missing something so I added the green silk ribbon. My sentiment was stamped in Real Red ink from the Banners for Christmas stamp set and cut out with the Bunch of Banners thinlit dies. I adhered it to the card face with a few dimensional's to make it pop. Then wah lah..a pretty and ready to sell Christmas card.Product List