Hello and happy Friday! Today´ s Christmas card set is a mix of products by Fancy Pants, Vicky Boutin and Canvas Corp Brands. It´ s a bit like “something old and something new”, except it´ s for Christmas.
For the first card I used a premade card base from Vicky Boutin´ s Warm Wishes collection and fussy cut the tag from the same collection papers. The puffy stars are by Fancy Pants (older collection) and the tiny “badge” with 24 on it, is by Canvas Corp Brands. For dimension I used 3D foam on the background.
For this card I used a cute picture I fussy cut from a present tag and reused here. The paper is again Vicky Boutin Warm Wishes collection, as is the Chipboard Sticker. The stamped sentiment is by Klartext.
For the last card I used Vicky Boutin Warm Wished paper as the cards background, then added a die cut frame with a Canvas Corp paper sentiment on top. The wreath is also by Canvas Corp Brands – fussy cut and adhered on place with 3D foam. I also added some shine with Stickles to the wreath.
And another few peeps covered with these Xmas cards again :). Thanks for stopping by and taking a look! Have a good day and take care, xxx, Sanna
Hello everyone and happy Thursday! Today I am sharing a second set of Christmas cards, created using Vicky Boutin Warm Wishes collection papers and Klartext stamps.
On this card I used a premade card base as my background, added some Distress Oxide stamping with a Klartext stamp and a black bolder sentiment stamped with Versafine ink. The 3D Chipboard sticker is also from the Warm Wishes collection.
For my second card I combined the Warm Wishes collection papers and Chipboard stickers and added some dimension with 3D foam and some cute dots with Liquid pearls by Ranger Inc. Stamping is again done with Klartext stamps.
For my last card I used older product from my stash, a Elizabeth Craft Designs die cut die and paper as well as a Klartext stamp. The shiny dots are done with Stickles by Ranger Inc.
It´ s good to finally have some Christmas cards done. Hope your week is getting along nicely! Take care, xxx, Sanna
Hello there, everyone! I hope you had a great Christmas time and a good start into 2019!! Today I´m up here with a different type of card after posting sooo many Christmas cards :). A baby shower card is on the “menu” today :)…
I created this card with stickers and die cut ribbon! I saw a similar card on the web (too bad I don´t know who it was by!) and got my inspiration from it. I used Doodlebug Design stickers for the centerpiece and added a few Nuvo sequins to go with them. The cloud is decorated with Stickels to add some more shine to it.
And the die cut paper ribbon on the very left – that is one of the very first products I bought, like back in 2008. I think it was by American Crafts. And it works just perfect for this card here (I´ve added links to other baby stickers for you on to the supply list, since these are from my older stash)!!
The recipient of this card was pleased, so I supposed it means “mission accoplished” for me :).
Hello there everyone!!! I hope you all are having a lovely holiday season and some relaxing downtime from all the fuss with your family and loved ones! I am enjoying a couple of days off work. So in between eating Christmas cookies and good food, I am dropping by to show you a girly Christmas card. The recipients wish was to have loooots of glitter and pink on the card, so this was my interpretation on that:
I´ve used a die cut Christmas tree I received from am Xmas card swap I join every year. I really like this fliligree tree very much. I´ve frist taken a pink paper and stamped snowflakes with VersaMark ink onto it, then heat set a white embossing powder onto them. The little spots here and there are supposed to be additional snowfall :). then I took another pink patterend paper, covered that with clear double sided adhesive from Elizabeth Craft Designs and placed the die cut tree onto it. After that I poured a layer of pink SIlk Microfine Glitter onto the areas and attached (polished) that with my fingers to the adhesive.
Finally all I needed to do was to add a stamped sentiment (Stampin´ Up!) and glitter glue details (Nuvo and Stickles) and some wood veneer stars to the card. Finished the card off with some faux stitching around the edges. That was it. The recipient really liked her girly card, so I am happy to have accoplished my task to her liking :).
Next up will be a masculine Christmas card, so be sure to come back for that in a few days time :). Merry Christmas and happy crafting,