I’ll share it with you on Sunday.
it was something like 11:00 pm by the time I’d finished it, and I hadn’t made a
card to share with you today.
I decided the easy option was to CASE a
card,so I went to the office to check out Pinterest, but then I had a
I went down to the sitting room where all the
Christmas cards we’ve received were hanging.
We have three large stars, like
amazingly strong fancy wire coat hangers, which we display our cards on.
the stars is reserved for handmade cards only, and I picked the card I
received from a favourite cousin of mine.
B lives about an hour and a
half drive away from me, and goes to classes run by her local Stampin’
Her Christmas cards always scream SU, and are the
clean and simple style I love.
started with a cardbase of Elegant Eggplant Cardstock (CS), with a
layer of Whisper White CS and a top layer of Elegant Eggplant.
I stamped the sentiment,
which is from the Hang Your Stocking Stamp Set, using Versamark.
I’d sprinkled it with Whisper White Embossing Powder, I heat set it
using my Heat Tool.
Then I used some Whisper White CS, and die cut the
branch and three snowflakes from the Seasonal Layers Thinlits Dies.
adhered them to the front layer of the card using Tombow.
Then I added
the three snowflakes, and drew a dotted line connecting them to the branch using a ruler and a white
the card I added a layer of Whisper CS and a layer of Elegant Eggplant
I heat embossed the sentiment, which is from the Holly Berry
Happiness Stamp Set, using the same Whisper White Embossing Powder, and
the same method as I did on the front of the card.
Beautiful cards don’t get much easier than this!
Many thanks to B for my card, and also to B’s SU demonstrator!
It’s nothing serious, I have regular check ups because I had a
bad experience several years ago!
That’s about it until tomorrow. Until then, happy crafting.