Hi and welcome! Today I have two tags to share for the May’s Christmas Craft Creations challenge. The theme is Tags Or ATC and you can find all the details here.
I used the Lawn Fawn’s Plaid stencil and Distress inks to create the background piece and then cut it in half and used a tag punch. The two snowmen were from my stash, just colored them so that they match the plaid. I stamped and heat embossed snowflakes on the backgrounds and also added die cut snowflake behind each snowman. I also added some sparkle and these are my finished tags:
Thank you for stopping by! I hope you’ll join us in the challenge 🙂
Hi and welcome! Today I’m sharing my DT card for Christmas Craft Creations challenge for the month of March. The theme is Christmas Flowers and you can see the details here.
I used the Christmas Rose Bouquet stamp set by Wplus9 and colored it with Copic markers and fussy cut it out. I used embossing folder by We R memory keepers from the Basic Stripes set and lightly ink blended distress ink in brushed corduroy. I added a frame popped on foam tape and also a sentiment from Lawn Fawn set. I also added some splatters and Nuvo Crystal drops in Caramel Latte.
Hi and welcome! Today I’m sharing my card for the February’s Christmas Craft Creations challenge. The theme is Blue and Silver and you can see more details here.
I made a simple ink blended background: chipped sapphire and blueprint sketch Distress inks. Once my panel was completely dry, I stamped and heat embossed in silver the ornament from “Baubles” stamp set by Pink Ink Designs. Then I used Nuvo Glitter pens in silver and blue to color few parts of the image. I slightly trimmed the panel on both long sides and adhered it flat onto a dark blue card panel, and then onto my card base. I added the sentiment “Merry Christmas” in silver popped on foam squares and also added few silver confetti.
Thank you so much for stopping by! Please, check what the other amazing design team members made and leave them some lovely comments 🙂 I hope you’ll play along!
Hello and welcome! Today I’m sharing my card for the January’s Christmas Craft Creations challenge. The theme is “Ribbon or Twine” and you can see the details on how to enter here. You have time till February 9th.
For my card I used supplies from my stash: already colored and die cut unicorn from Lawn Fawn’s stamp set and a dry embossed with stencil piece of cardstock (I am taking part in V’s Just Stash January challenge).
I stamped and die cut scarf and lots of gifts, then colored them with Copic markers and added details with sparkly gel pen. I used Distress inks to add color to the dry embossed panel. Lastly, I created “patterend paper” by stamping snowflake with rainbow colors around the edges of my card panel. I also stamped small snowflakes all around with gold Delicata ink and did a little bit of ink blending on the raised snowflakes.
To put the card together, first I wrapped twine around the dry embossed piece, then popped it on foam squares over a slightly larger mirrored card piece and then adhered all onto the rainbow snowflake panel (adhered onto my card base). Then I added the images, some on foam squares, some adhered flat. Added the sentiment and a bow out of the twine. Added few gold sequins and that was it.
Here is a video showing my process:
Please, visit the challenge blog for more inspiration from the talented design team members 🙂
Hello and welcome to the Christmas Craft Creations challenge for the month of December. The theme is Winter Blues and all the details and rules can be found here.
I had recently bought a new watercolor set so I decided to use it for my cards. I took two blues: Indigo and Ultramarine. But first I stamped and heat embossed in gold snowflakes from Stamperia’s Snowflakes stamp set on watercolor paper. I didn’t do a great job stamping so some of the snowflakes came out partially but that was totally fine. Next step: just playing with the colors and lots of water.
For card number one I added vellum on top with heat embossed sentiment “Peaceful Christmas Time” in Finnish, adhered die cut snowflakes (leftovers from another project) and added sequins for a bit more sparkle.
Card number two: matted the watercolor panel on textured blue cardstock, added vellum strip with the sentiment “Let it snow” and added also sequins.
I hope you will join us in this month’s challenge 🙂
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a better and healthier 2021!
Hi! It’s a new month and we are having our new challenge at Christmas Craft Creations. I’m jumping in with the launch team but I’ll have one more card to share when my team’s turn is. Christmas is coming closer so I really need to focus more on making those projects 🙂
October’s theme is Christmas Music so when I saw the digital stamp Angel Tart at 7 Kids Craft Store I thought she looks like singing and will be perfect. I colored her with Copic markers but I don’t have a video showing the process. However, I have a video on how I made the rest of the card.
I used Picture It Christmas background stamp by Clearly Besotted and also stamped twice a present from another stamp set. I made an attempt at creating Northern Lights with a twist. Because I don’t have wide variety of blue markers, I tried using distress ink on top and yey, it worked 🙂 I ink blended light blue for snowy hills and colored the rest of the images with my Copics. I used white gloss spray for falling snow and I also added few music notes around the angel. I thought that ‘We wish you a Merry Christmas’ is just the perfect sentiment for this card. Lastly I added some more snow with white gel pen and Nuvo Crystal glaze on the ornaments and bows.
You can see my video here:
Please, check the project inspiration from the rest of the team. Challenge closes November 10th and we have aprize 🙂 I hope you will get inspired to play along with us!
This month’s theme is Shaped Card so I decided to make a round one. For my cardbase I simply cut out two circles, scored one at like 1 inch and adhered them together only on that part. I used a Marianne Design’s doily die and Nellie’s Choice Conifer branches dies. The poinsettia and the leaves are from Simpn Says Stamp’s The Magic Of Christmas set and I colored them with my Copic markers (kind of a no-line coloring).
More details in my video:
Please, check the projects from the rest of the team. I hope you will get inspired to play along with us!
This month’s theme is Animals and I chose the cutest reindeer for my card (I love his smiley face) 😀 I did a little bit of stamping, Copic coloring, a little bit of masking, ink blending and heat embossing.
You can check my process video:
Stamp sets that I used:
Clearly Besotted – Let’s Prance (reindeer)
Clearly Besotted – You’re Dino-Mite (mountains)
Clearly Besotted – Scene It More (hills)
Lawn Fawn – Ready, Set, Snow (snowflakes)
Clearly Besotted – Scene It Seasons (sentiment)
Please, check also the projects from the rest of the team. I hope you will get inspired to play along 🙂