Friday, December 28, 2018

The Card Concept 105

Hey Friends, Sorry this post is late! Lots of Holiday celebrating around here! This week we invite you to share your Christmas tree with us or a favorite card you made in 2018. Easy Peasy right?

I'm sharing one of my favorite cards. It was from February of 2018. I like this card because of the big gold heat embossing sentiment and pretty patterned papers. 
I hope you are having a wonderful holiday. See you next time!

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

The Card Concept 104

 Hey Friends, I'm sitting out for this The Card Concept challenge but we have such a pretty inspiration for you this time. 
I hope you play along. Here's a link to the blog so you can see the design team's pretty cards. 
I will see you next time. Happy Holidays!

Friday, December 7, 2018

Multiple holiday cards

Hey Friends, I've got some random Holiday cards to share today. The first one is a Gina K Designs/Simon Says Stamp Collab. set. The trees, reindeer and sentiment are from that set. The gingham stamp is Simon Says Stamp. 
I stamped the trees in green on a kraft base. After stamping the gingham in black on red CS, I die cut a circle, set the silver embossed reindeer on top and added a white embossed sentiment, sequins and a silver bow. 
daranddiane Double D challenge -Deer.

 For this one ( I made 2 actually) I stamped some Simon Says Stamp snowflakes on blue CS with ink and heat embossing. Then I sponged on more distress ink around the outside and added a sentiment and sequins.

These 2 sets are Wplus9. The houses and trees are a separate set. The text and banner are a different Wplus9 set. I copic-colored the images to match some patterned paper. I popped the panel up, added a little stamped flower, sequins and twine. 

Thanks for stopping by! 
Links below.
Your next stamp #103 Christmas carol or song. my 3rd set of cards has a sentiment from "White Christmas" song.
Cas-ual fridays 214 Inspiration has trees. My first set of cards applies. 
Time out challenges Joyful- all the cards are joyful.
Moving along with the times Anything Christmas