Geschenkanhänger mit Klartext-Stempel

Hallo und einen wunderschönen Samstag! Heute habe ich ein weiteres Projekt vorbereitet, das mit den Klartext-Stempeln und dem Dani Peuss Scrapbooking Kit gestaltet wurde.

Als Hintergrundpapier habe ich einfach weißen Cardstock verwendet. Die Etikettenstanze ist aus meinem Fundus (von Tonic Studios). Die Stempel, die ich verwendet habe, sind alle von Klartext (Nr. 5014 “Grunge” und Nr. 1192 “Handgemacht”).

Für die erste Schicht habe ich Distress Oxide “salvaged patina” mit dem “Grunge” Klartext-Stempel verwendet.

Danach habe ich den gleichen Stempelset verwendet, aber den Stempekissen gewechselt. Hier habe ich ein Hero Arts Shadow Ink-Kissen in rot benutzt.

Daraufhin habe ich mit einer Schneeflockenstanze von Martha Stewart (aus meinem Bestand) das Vicki Boutin Papier gestanzt und je eine Schneeflocke auf eine Geschenkkarte aufgeklebt. Die Flocken habe ich zusätzlich mit Halbperlen dekoriert.

Für den vorletzten Schritt habe ich noch das Stempelset “Handgemacht” mit dem roten Stempelkissen verwendet und den Satz “für dich” auf die Etiketten gestempelt.

Zum Schluss habe ich die Schneeflocken noch mit etwas Nuvo Glitzerkleber geschmückt und etwas Bäckerschnur für die Befestigung angebracht.

So habe ich für einige Weihnachtsgeschenke bereits selbst gestaltete Geschenksanhänger parat. Macht ihr welche selbst oder kauft ihr welche? Zu jeder Bestellung bei Dani Peuss.de könnt ihr jetzt auch Geschenkkarten bekommen (als Printfile zum Runterladen). Ließt hier mehr darüber!
xxx, Sanna

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Christmas cards

Hello and happy Friday! Today I´ m stopping by to share two cards I recently created using Studio Tekturek papers, Elizabeth Craft Designs dies and Klartext stamps.

For this card I´ ve also used a cute image from a present card I have saved. It makes for a perfect focal point on the card. The background paper is by Studio Tekturek and the stamp is by Klartext (available at Dani Peuss). The die cutting for the focal image is done with a Elizabeth Craft Designs die cut die.

And for the second card I pretty much did the same, except I used old stickers as a focal point with some Nuvo Drops glitter glue. I also outlined the stamped sentiment with old border stickers.

I have been making quite a few cards recently, but I sent quite a few on their way, so I have to be prepared. Have you already mailed all your Xmas cards? And do you make them yourself? If so, flat or bulky?

Wishing you a lovely, creative weekend!
xxx, Sanna

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You matter

Hello and happy Monday! While I was creating the Trifecta cards which I posted yesterday, I just could not stop at 3 cards. So I made one more :).

Pretty much the same techniques here like on the cards shared yesterday, but in different colours and I used a STAMPlorations clear sticker for the sentiment as well as for creating the heart patterns.

I just inked a piece of paper in pink, then adhered the newspaper clear stickers on top and then fussy cut hearts out of that piece. Easy & FUN!

Hope your Monday was okay and not too stressful!
xxx, Sanna

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Slimline CAS Christmas card

Hello and happy Tuesday! Today I am stopping by for another Christmas card share. This time made with old product from my stash and some Canvas Corp Brands Christmas papers.

How I did this card? Here is a hint 🙂 :

I pierced holes into the precut glitter Christmas tree with my Tim Holtz piercing (craft) tool, then I just added very old Basic Grey brads to create “baubles” for the tree. That´ s all! A Canvas Corp background paper to go with their sentiment paper strip and the card was done.

Such an easy way to a) recycle bits and b) reduce older stash and the tree looks kind of cute in the end with the different coloured baubles on it.

This will be a fun card to put into mail to someone special this year!
Wishing you a good day,
xxx, Sanna

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Happy Holidays

Hello and happy Monday! I have now officially started on my yearly Christmas cards. Late, like every year ;-). I have quite a few to do, so I will be sharing them here from time to time, sometimes maybe even in bulk, so you don´ t get bored :). Here is today´ s share:

The papers are by Canvas Corp Brands, from my DT time there and I´ ve added a half pearl from my junk drawer and a precut glitter snowflake as a focal point. A Christmas card always can use some glitter, if you as me.

I really, really like the simplicity of this particular card. Also the colours. Too bad I don´ t have more of this gorgeous paper in my stash. It makes fab xmas card backgrounds!

Hoping your week will be a good one! See you on Wednesday with a Xmas card tutorial share and also stop by later this week for more card shares :).
xxx, Sanna

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