Merry Christmas....yikes I know it is a bit early, but we have the coolest thin cut that I just had to play with. I am all for simple fast cards and this die delivers. Below are 3 cards I made in no time at all. Add this die on top of some pretty pattern paper and bam an instant beautiful Merry Christmas card.
You can order this die here and make a stack of cards and be ready for the holidays early. You are welcome ;)
Oh boy....I am so excited about this Holiday Expressions Idea Book ...there are so many beautiful new products. There are more that 20 of us Close to My Heart consultants that are taking part in this hop show so off the new products. So grab some coffee and hop along. If you came here from Michelle Johns's Blogyou are on the right track. Here is what I made:
I used B1632 Wonder of the Season for these first 2 cards. The top card I did in non-traditional colors of Sage and Ballerina Pink. I use used the Oh What Fun paper for the background mat. The card below I used Sage, Willow and Raspberry. I stamped the images to make a wreath.
For my last card I used the Bunches of Love Stamp set and sage and ballerina pink. I used the new Intense Black Stamp pad for the sentiments and I have to say I love it!!
Welcome to the September 2018 Stamp of the Month Blog Hop, which is set of 2 stamps called Just Treats. This set will work well for the upcoming holidays.
If you have come here from Michelle Loncar's Blogyou are on the right path! This month we have close to 20 Close To My Heart Consultants sharing their creations using this month's SOTM and other great CTMH products on their blogs. This is simple to do - just click on the link at the end of the post on each blog to move to the next one! Here we go.....
Here is what I made with this set:
I made some simple and fast cards with this fun set. The top card I used the Beautiful You Paper Pack as a background. The second card I did a random stamped background using the stamps in the set and used only Tangerine and Black inks. The last card I matted with Willow cardstock and colored the letters with my ShinHan marker.