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This card makes me think of carol singers all gathered around a door!! The card was inspired by a video by the very talented France Martin. You can see the video here. Her instructions are brilliant and with them I was able to make this lovely card using the “Wonderous Wreath Stampset”. This stampset is one of the new photopolymer stampsets available from Stampin Up. It comes with a matching framelet die set and if you purchase them together there is a 15% discount!! Good to know.
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Until next time, happy crafting.
I am sitting in Costa’s waiting for my dental appointment!! I thought I would post my latest creation whilst I sip my drink.
I used “Bordering Blooms” photopolymer stampset to stamp my artists impression of holly. I used Garden Green ink and then I used my Cherry Cobbler blendability pens to colour in pearls, to imitate berries and decorated my holly bough.
The sentiment comes from a now extinct stampset called ” Wishing You”. Again I stamped this using Garden Green. I added baubles punched with ornament mini punch from glitter card. I then pierced lines in the card to simulate string or chain on the ornaments. All this was done on Whisper White cardstock. The card was finished off with a matching envelope.
I hope you like this Christmas card and I am sure you will see more posts using “Bordering Blooms”!! If you would like to learn how to create cards like this, or to buy cards from me. please contact me 07881 027800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
It would seem that Christmas is nearly upon us! Where has this year gone? I have been busy making Christmas cards and whilst looking on Pinterest I was inspired to make this card using the photopolymer stampset, “Festival of Trees”
The card base is cut in two places and the centre strip is discarded. In order to stop the card moving about as I worked on it. I hit on the idea of using a small bulldog to hold the pieces together until the trees were stuck down.
I used the “All Is Calm” DSP pack and finished off the trees with glittery stars cut from silver glimmer paper. The card stock was Pear Pizazza to compliment the DSP.
I then stamped the tree again and made a matching tag with the scraps and the Scallop Tag Topper Punch.This elegant tag would grace any present
I hope you like it, and happy crafting until next time