Oct 24, 2014
Oct 23, 2014
Quick card to share with you today using another new Christmas set from the holiday mini, Festival Of Trees. This also could be a sneak peek of my Stamp A Stack on November 7th here in my studio, you make 10 cards, 3 designs and I am using this set. Locals I have room for a few more if you are interested in taking my class just let me know asap.
I am entering this one in the CAS on Sunday challenge of Emboss It, I used both wet and dry on this card.
Stamp Set: Festival Of Trees (Stampin Up)
Punch: Tree Punch (Stampin Up)
Noel: Wonderful Wreath Framelits (Stampin Up)
Dazzling Diamonds glimmer paper
Oct 21, 2014
My card today uses one of the new Christmas sets from Stampin Up Holiday Home. This set has so many elements and can also be used year round not just for Christmas. It also has a set of matching framelits. I am entering it in a one layer Stamped card challenge at Crazy For CAS
I am also entering it over at CASology
Stamp Set: Holiday Home (Stampin Up)
Die: Landscape Trio (Mama Elephant)
Oct 19, 2014
I am also sharing this one on A Scrap N Place blog today.
I love this cute little Monster Mash set from Lawn Fawn, so fun to color. To make this cute CAS card, I started with a white A2 sized base and added a mat of Limeaid cardstock that I cut using a "goop" die. I stamped my images and colored them with my Copic markers and cut them out with the Coordinating die. To finish my card I added some hearts and the greeting.
I used the current sketch from CAS(E) This Sketch, I just turned it sideways
I am also entering this one in Less Is More challenge of Little Creatures
Stamp Set: Monster Mash (Lawn Fawn)
Dies: Monster Mash Lawn Cuts (Lawn Fawn)
Border die: Dripping Goo (MFT Stamps)
I am also sharing this one on the Sweet 'n Sassy blog today.
One of the newest techniques card makers are using is Inlaid die cuts and I love this technique. It makes a beautiful CAS one layer card and it's kinda like putting together a puzzle which I love to do.
Fo my card I used the Long Stem Silhouettes set and the Coordinating die. The technique is really simple you can see all the deets and even watch a video on it HERE