Saturday, September 22, 2018

Night in Bethlehem Oval Window card

I was inspired by a card by Tami White for this one.  I made it daytime though..or maybe dusk and didn't add a star or stars.  I loved the peek through look and just changed the content of the oval.


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Friday, September 21, 2018

Signs of Santa Stampin' Up! Pop Up Box Card

The tutorial on splitcoaststampers dot com was my resource for this card.  (I had to hand cut the images from the designer series paper because my framelits have not yet arrived.) For class, using the framelits will make this a quick task!

I decided I liked the box to be full, and this textured striped designer series paper adds a pretty vintage feel to the card.

Popped Up:

Folded Flat to go into an Envelope:


For those for whom no flash allows you to see the depth better, I included that photo as well:



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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Detailed Poinsettia Simple Christmas card

For the final card in the series, I used Real Red cardstock under the cut out along with Mango Melody and Garden Green. This allows vibrant colors and a quicker assembly time which is perfect for a stamp a stack.  Do you like the new Real Red Mixed Satin Ribbon?




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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Detailed Poinsettia Stampin' Up! Christmas White Cut Out

For this second card, I used Whisper White Thick Cardstock as the base and layered Garden Green cardstock under the layer.  The Joyous Noel Glimmer paper is lovely when cut out using the Poinsettia image. I colored Rhinestones with the Dark Cherry Cobbler Blend to create berries.




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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Detailed Poinsettia Stampin' Up! Thinlits Christmas Card

The Detailed Poinsettia thinlits can be used to create a variety of looks.  For the first card in my three day series, I used Garden Green with the new Joyous Noel Glimmer Paper and the Merry Christmas Thinlits Dies.

In the first picture I didn't use a flash and you can see the depth created with dimensionals behind the layer.  In the second picture it appears that the card isn't even cut because of the massive amount of light hitting the holes in the Garden Green Cardstock!  I love the shine on this card.





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