Dashing through the snow- Oh what fun this card was to make. Paper Trey Ink In the medow stamps and dies. I used antique gold to emboss with.
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Merry Christmas I stamped snowflakes on the back ground in stead of adding pattern paper the bird is a Tim Holtz die. Just add a button and a little twine and there you go. The is stamp out the same on all of the cards. I use shabby shutters distress ink to stamp and to color in I used other distress greens and rock candy distress stickles mix together. A Hugh thanks goes out to Sherry Carol from hero arts She showed us how to make this tree in Jenifer Mcguire's online classes. If you have never take one before they are fun. I can go at my on pace and not have to pack up my stuff and take it with me. Thanks for these wonderful classes Jenifer!
Oh Come all Ye Faithful I just Love the look of lace on cards and with pattern paper behind it makes it even pop.
Oh Holy Night the sentiment alone makes me want to sing Christmas carols. I added lace and twine at the bottom as to not take away from the beautiful tree.
Don't you just love the jingle bells. I really love the pink and blue together the banner cut using my slice and then I stamped seasons greeting and added two brads
Monday, November 7, 2011
SO here is another card using this wonderful tree and sentiment from Hero Arts. I love this one a lot. I used gems and pearls on the tree. I used blue twine and oops it got moved over a little I will have to move that back into place. I'm dreaming of a white Christmas is my favorite Christmas song sung only by Bing Crosby.
OK what can I say but I am sorry that I am so long in posting. I have some great cards to share all from Hero arts Christmas tree set. I fell in love with this stamp set and could not get enough so I have made a few to share. For the 1st card the star is a die cut from my slice as well as the reindeer. I stamp out the miracle of Christmas on to vellum and added it to the deer. For the falling snow I used liquid applique and added glossy accents on top.