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Merry Christmas -

 Hello crafty friends! Today, I have a super simple yet beautiful Christmas card to share, featuring products from In case you prefer to watch a short video on this card, here is the YouTube link . I would also love it you like and subscribe ;)  Using the Wide Blender Tool , I made a gingham pattern on white cardstock using Pops of Color in Rudolph Red and Glitter Gold . I love the way it makes the card panel so shiny and sparkly. I set this aside to dry.  While the background is drying, I chose papers from the Peppermint Paper Pad and cut the word Merry from the Christmas Block Words Set. Quick tip: save all the negatives and extra letters to make more Christmas cards later on.  Next, I cut letters to spell Christmas in gold cardstock with adhesive backing (I got mine from the big box store) using the Loopy Cursive Die Set . I then adhere the sentiment onto my card panel. I wanted a little bit of pink, so I cut a pink cardstock down to 4.25 x 5.5 inches and the gingh

Fall Circles - Pretty Pink Posh

 Hello, crafty friends! Today, I have an Autumn card, using the new Pretty Pink Posh Fall Circles . This is such a fun set and the images are perfect for both card and tag making.  To create my card, I started by cutting 2 panels - a 4.5" square in yellow cardstock and 4" square in white cardstock. For the smaller panel, I ink blended Gina K. Amalgam ink in Warm Glow through the new Leaves Background Stencil . I then adhered the panel to the larger panel.  Next, I stamped the images in Memento Rich Cocoa ink on 110lb white cardstock and colored them with Copic markers.  Sunflower - YR14, Y18/15, G99/46/43, Y20 for the background Scarecrow - BG09/05/15, E47/44/43, Y18/15, G20 for the background Fox- E13/11/00, YR07/04/02, B00 for the background Leaves - G99/46/43, YR14, Y18/15, YR07/04/02, YR00 for the background   I then cut the circles with one of the dies included in the coordinating die set and foam mounted them on the small panel. For the sentiment, I stamped the word

Slimline Christmas Dies

Hello friends! I have a fun and easy-to-make slimline Christmas cards, featuring Spellbinders Be Bold Color Block Merry Christmas Etched Dies. Step 1: Cut 4 white cardstock measuring 4x8.5 inches. Ink blend with Festive Berries & Worn Lipstick, Kitsch Flamingo & Spun Sugar, and Mowed Lawn & Twisted Citron Distress Oxide Inks. Splatter with water for an oxidized effect.  Step 2: Cut the panels using the Spellbinders Be Bold Color Block Merry Christmas Etched Dies. Cut “Merry” - 2 in silver and 2 in gold cardstock. Make 4 card bases and adhere all the die elements. Step 3: Cut poinsettias and holly leaves from the Spellbinders Christmas Blooms Dies. Color with Copic markers - BG13/11, G43/40, and R22/20. Step 4: Add white dots with a gel pen. That’s all for these colorful and fun Christmas cards. I hope you enjoyed today’s post and that I’ve inspired you to create cards for your loved ones! Products used: Copic Sketch Markers - BG13 / 11 , G43 / 40 , R22 / 20 Distress Oxide I

Snowmen Friends - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello friends! Today, I am sharing a card using the new Pretty Pink Posh  Snowmen Friends Stamp Set . This is such a fun set that is perfect for any Christmas projects. It includes 6 different snowmen in adorable winter accessories.  For my slimline card, I cut the largest rectangle from the Slimline:Peekaboo Windows Die in white 110lb cardstock and ink blended the top portion with Kitsch Flamingo Distress Oxide Ink and the rest with Spun Sugar Distress Oxide Ink. I then splattered some white acrylic paint for a snow look. I also white heat emboss the snowflakes and the Let it Snow sentiment from the same Snowmen Friends Stamp Set.  Next, I stamped, colored, and cut the snowmen  and foam mounted them onto my card base. Here are the Copic Markers I used - BG10, C5/3/1, R39/37/35, RV25/23/21, YR07.  I then cut a strip of red cardstock and white heat embossed the sentiments from the new Holiday Scripts Stamp Set . I used liquid glue to adhere them under the snowmen. I then added som

Winter Circles - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello friends! Today I am sharing a 5"x7" card using the new Pretty Pink Posh  Winter Circles Stamp Set . There are 6 different images in this set and they are perfect for Christmas cards and tags. There is also a coordinating die set - a plain circle and a scallop lace circle. I decided to use all the images for my card. For my card, I first cut a 5x7 panel in white 110 lb cardstock. I then cut a gold cardstock measuring 3.75"x7" and a teal cardstock measuring 3.5"x7". I glued these down in the center of the white panel. Next, I stamped, colored, and cut the images from the Winter Circles Stamp Set . I colored them with Copic Sketch :  Browns - E25/23/21, E44, E50 Greens - G67/63/61 Golds - Y26/23/21 Teals - BG09/05/13 Reds - R27/24/22 Yellows - Y18/13 Backgrounds Penguin - B00 Poinsettia- Y21 Candle - R22 Reindeer - G61 Snowman - E50 Holly - BG10 I then cut 6 of the scallop lace circles in white cardstock and glued the images on top of each one. Next,