I finally have all my Christmas card fronts attached to the bases. I have 39 of the navy and white with the bunny image, and a dozen of the reindeer puppy. I do want to make some other ones when my new SU! stamp set comes, but for now, I am going to look through my stamps and get some images ready to color to build up my stash.
Hope everyone has been having a wonderful summer!
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Here is my first Christmas card for the year. It is simply navy and white. I cut a navy A2 size card base, and then another in white. I used the large snowflake border punch from EK Success on each long side of the white and layered it over the navy card base. I cut a strip of navy to cover the white center strip, and embossed it with a snowflake border embossing folder from Cuttlebug. This doesn't show up well in the photo. The center stamped image is a Penny Black "slapstick" stamp that I bought last year. I used my Circle Scissor Pro to cut the white and navy circles.
Monday, August 1, 2011
I made a few more Tilda cards. I am thinking about writing "heard you caught a bug" on the inside and using them as get well cards. The photo corners were cut with my Slice machine and the Paper Reverie design card. The adorable ladybug at the bottom of the stamped image is cut from my Cricut Create a Critter cartridge. Tilda was colored with Prisma watercolor pencils.