This is the tree I helped my daughter create for her kindergarten bulletin board. We had such a fun time decorating it. We used the Stocking Builder, Snowflake and Ornament Punches. For the garland we punched strips of Real Red using the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch. The tree skirt used the Lace Ribbon Border Punch with the Shimmery White card stock. After adding all the "lights" we spritzed the entire tree with Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint mixed with rubbing alcohol.
Sending a big HAPPY BIRTHDAY wish to my Dear Husband.
Here is another pull out card that can hold a gift card or money. I made this for my son to give to a classmate. I cased this from Frenchie. I changed a few things but not much. She has a wonderful tutorial and a list of supplies on her blog. Just click her name to view it.
Here is the final card I mailed out for Christmas this year. I just love these colors together. The Real Red, of course, is a traditional Christmas color, but the Tempting Turquoise is not. This is the same layout as the card I shared on the 23rd of this month. Here I used Early Espresso Quilted Satin Ribbon and the Big Top Birthday DSP.
This is also one of the designs I used this year for my cards. I cased it from someone, but I can't remember who. I used Cherry Cobbler and Crumb Cake card stock to recreate this card. The Mini Jingle Bells are tied to the Cherry Cobbler Bakers Twine and Quilted Satin Ribbon.
I trust everyone enjoyed their Christmas. I know I did. I love spending time with those I love. Here is the 3rd design I mailed out this year. Of course, I cased it. I have Kathy to thank for this wonderful card. She did such an awesome job. Click her name to check out the original.
Supplies: Winter Post, Lovely as a Tree, Serene Snowflakes and Occasional Greetings stamp sets, Basic Black and Whisper White card stock, Black StazOn, More Mustard, Cherry Cobbler, Baja Breeze and Not Quite Navy classic ink, Shimmer Brads, White Embossing Powder, Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin Ribbon, Tag Corner Punch(retired) and the Snow Burst Embossing Folder
OMG! Don't you just love this Silver Glimmer paper? It will make any project shine. This is the 2nd design I used for my Christmas cards this year. I cased it from Debra Currier. I love how simple it is. I used the Word Play stamp set for the main image.
I am so excited for tomorrow. Mid-morning church service and then family fun. Oh, I can't wait.
Supplies: Cherry Cobbler and Whisper White card stock, Silver(4 x 1/2") and Red Glimmer paper, Black StazOn, and Versa Mark ink, Winter Post stamp set, 1/2" Circle Punch and Designer Frames Embossing Folder.
This is one of the designs I used this year for my Christmas cards. I got the layout from Mickey Roberts. I just love the button/ribbon combination in the middle of the card. I tried to make most of my cards with non traditional colors. I didn't want to stray to far though. I used Wild Wasabi for my base (4.25 x 5.50). I think it looks great. I hope everyone that received one enjoys it.
Supplies: Cherry Cobbler Classic Ink, Holly Berry Bouquet Designer Buttons, Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin Ribbon, Mini Jingle Bells, Hand Penned stamp set, Cherry Cobbler Bakers Twine, Eyelet Border Punch, Stripes Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Very Vanilla(3.75 x 2.50), Early Espresso(4 x 2-5/8, and Marina Mist(4x5) card stock, and Paisley Petals DSP(4 x 1.50).
I made this ornament to put on a gift. It served as the bow and was adhered using temporary adhesive so that it could be taken off the package and hung on a tree. The Brilliant Blue card stock is retired but looks so nice. I punched out a scallop circle in Real Red and a snowflake in the Silver Glimmer paper. I added the Mini Jingle Bells using Cherry Cobbler Bakers Twine and a white button. The ornament will hang from Silver Elastic Cord.
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