I have made some ornaments and little gift boxes for the little ones in our family. The ornaments are 3x3 mini canvas and the boxes I made from my stash of 12 x 12 Christmas paper stacks. I used 3D stickers, die cuts, ribbon and little embellishments for the ornaments
When I saw a card on Pinterest using this die I knew I had to have it. The tree is so elegant and the card really doesn't need anything else. The die works well with all the card stock and foil paper I tried it on, I even used some glittery gift wrap. Here is a link to this die Woodlands Die Tim Holz.
Every year I tell myself "no more new stuff, use what you have". This year I have really tried to use my stash, but there are so many wonderful new dies, images, rubber stamps and papers tempting me. Ok back to this post. The papers are from a paper pack I bought a few years ago. The rubber stamp is also an older one. I stamped and heat embossed onto parchment paper, did a simple border and then layered with gold and patterned paper.
This post was inspired by Billie at http://ramblingrosestudio.com/
She explained how she went about making this card. I sat down and gave it a go and wow so happy with the way it came out.The image is from the "Lovely as a Tree" Stampin' UP stamp set and the sentiment from Lawn Fawn "Winter Scripty Sayings". I will be back with some more Christmas cards.
Do I go to bed or finish the card I have been working on. Card wins. I have used another Aurora Wings image for this card, dies from Marianne designs and Spellbinders. Coloured with ProMarkers and lots of glitter and Wink of Stella.Enjoy.
I have add this little guy printed off and hidden in my stash of "to do" projects.
I have finally managed to find the inspiration to colour this Aurora Wings Sunflower Sprite digital image. I have used my trusty ProMarkers for the colouring. The corner was die cut with a Tim Holz Mixed Media die. The sentiment is from Crafter's Companion Crisalis Classics - A Morning Stroll.
Thanks for visiting
I am entering this card into the following challenges: