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Saturday, 9 December 2017

Christmas tags

Hi friends!

Do you ever find it difficult to stick to your plans? 
I, for sure, am always running behind schedule...lol... But with a family around that is acceptable. 

I had great plans of participating in the 25 days of Christmas tags hosted by Tracey this year, but it didn't happen. 

I did make the tags but was late in making and submitting them. 

Here are my tags made for this Holiday season (Few are still in the making)


The bigger tags are the plain tags from Darice matted with pattern paper. One of the tags has a distressed background. 
The Star and circle tags are die-cut from the Lawn Fawn Perfectly plaid pattern paper, using Stitched circle dies by DCAM and Stitched star dies by Gina Marie.
 The images are stamped with Black Archival ink on Canson Montval paper, coloured with Zig clean markers and fussy cut. 
The images and sentiments are from the stamp set Santa's Christmas by Craftyscrappers

More pictures






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Sunday, 3 December 2017

Merry Christmas

Hello friends!
Christmas fever is completely over us now. 
We are all busy making Christmas cards. 

Now, I wanted to make multiple cards (instead of a single) at one go. 
I made these 4 cards simultaneously. You will see how!




I used the "Santa's Christmas" newly launched stamp set from Craftyscrappers for these cards. 


I took a couple of pastel green card bases measuring 4.5" x 6". Using Lawn Fawn's "Freshly cut grass" dye ink, I randomly stamped all the sentiments from the stamp set over the card base. (I did not use the larger/longer  sentiments) Once the ink was dry, I die cut one card using a Stitched star die by Gina Marie and other card using heart die by Spellbinders. I trimmed each of this die-cut panel to the size 4" x5". I stamped the images from the stamp set on Canson watercolour paper. Coloured them using Zig clean markers and an Aqua pen. Fussy cut all the images. Stamped the sentiments on a black cardstock using Versamark ink and heat embossed them using white EP. 

On to the assembling of the cards.
I foam mounted both the die-cut card panels on a green card base each. Adhered the Santa image and the sentiment strip on the card. Lastly, added few enamel dots to add some elements.

I adhered white card panels to green card bases. Foam mounted the die-cuts over some twine. Adhered the images and the sentiment. Lastly, added some enamel dots to complete the cards. 

Here are the pictures.

CARD 1




 CARD 2



Hope you liked my cards!
Looking forward to your feedback.

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Friday, 1 December 2017

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Here is my DT inspiration for the same.


The digi I have used for my project is the "Buzz". 
Here's a link to the image.

I coloured the Digi with pencil colours. Die-cut the image using rectangle stitched die. On a bluecard base, I mounted this die-cut. Lastly, added a sentiment to complete it.


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Thursday, 30 November 2017

Snowflake ornaments

Hello, friends!

I have a set of two Christmas cards today on my blog. 
These cards are similar in design but with a different colour scheme.



I am using the Mudra "Christmas Decor" stamp set for these cards. 

CARD 1


On a white card panel, I stamped the three snowflakes from the stamp set using Versamark ink. 
Heat embossed the snowflakes using gold embossing powder. 
I die-cut the three snowflakes using three different sized circle dies. 
On a top folding yellow coloured card, I adhered the die-cut snowflakes. 
Using a black gel pen I marked the dotted lines on the card to show the hanging string. Stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set. 
Rounded off the bottom corners.
Lastly, added few golden cup sequins to add some element to the card. 



CARD 2



I stamped the three snowflakes from the stamp set using Versamark ink on three differently coloured cardstock. 
Heat embossed the snowflakes using gold embossing powder. 
I die-cut the three snowflakes using three different sized circle dies. 
On a top folding white card, I adhered the die-cut snowflakes. The yellow die-cut is adhered flat on the card, while the other two are adhered using foam adhesive to give some pop to the card. 
Using a black gel pen I marked the dotted lines on the card to show the hanging string. Stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set. 
Rounded off the bottom corners.
Lastly, added few matching coloured cup sequins to add some element to the card


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Sunday, 26 November 2017

Blessed Christmas

Hi, Friends!
Yet another CAS Christmas card today.

I have used the Santa's Christmas Stamp set, a new release, from the Craftyscrappers.




I stamped, coloured with zig markers and fussy cut the images. 
On a white card base, I adhered the pattern paper from The Basics stack by DCWV. 
I die-cut a white cardstock using the MFT stitched snow drifts die. 
Stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set on the die-cut. 
Mounted this die-cut on the pattern paper. 
Adhered a strip of silver/gold washi tape at the bottom of the card base. 
Adhered the images on the card using thin foam tape (I didn't want extra pop to the images) 
Lastly, added few coloured cup sequins to add elements to the card. 



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Saturday, 25 November 2017

Season's greetings

Hi!
Another Christmas card ... A new snowflake CAS card today.



On a white panel, I stamped the snowflakes of various size (from Mudra Christmas Decor) with various dye inks from Lawn Fawn. Stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set using Black Memento ink. Mounted this panel on a card base using foam tape. Lastly, added co-ordinating coloured cup sequins to the centre of all the snowflakes. 

That was so quick to make and very pretty and colourful too. 
Do you agree?



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