Christmas Card Class #5

One of the cards from my afternoon Christmas Card Classes.  In these classes, we made three each of three cards, plus a bonus project.  This is one of my favorites….. simple, yet elegant.

Wonderland

Here’s the fixin’s!

The card base is Very Vanilla.  We took a separate panel of Very Vanilla and punched a 2 1/2″ circle in the top center, and stamped Silent Night in Mossy Meadow at the bottom right.  We then embossed the panel with the Softly Falling TIEF, leaving the bottom inch or so of the panel out of the folder to emboss only the top 2/3rds or so of the panel.

We centered the panel onto the base card, and taking a pencil, put tiny marks inside the punched circle, to mark the area for stamping.  We removed the panel and stamped the trees from Wonderland in Mossy Meadow into the pencil-marked area on the base card.  Snowflakes are stamped in Sahara Sand around the trees.

Gold satin ribbon is wrapped around the layer and tied with a bit of the Gold Metallic Bakers Twine.

The panel is adhered to the base card with dimensionals and a couple of gold sequins were added.

The supplies for this card are available for purchase by clicking on the shopping basket.  And, if you’re in the Fort Knox/Elizabethtown, KY area, I’d love to see you in one of my classes.

If you’re interested in becoming a demonstrator, I’d love to have you on my team!

Until next time……..stay inky, my friends!

Christmas Card Class #3

Another card from my Christmas Card classes, using the Peaceful Pines bundle.

Peaceful Pines

Here’s the fixin’s!

The card base is Garden Green.  The panel is Whisper White.  First, we stamped the tree on the white panel in Garden Green and added the string of lights in Real Red, ON THE LEFT SIDE, and cut it out with the matching framelit.  We then embossed the white panel with the Softly Falling TIEF.  We adhered the tree we stamped and cut out next to the “hole” from the cut out tree.  We wrapped real red satin ribbon (from the Clearance Rack) around the white panel and tied a piece of gold cord around it.  The panel is adhered to the card base with dimensionals, adding a couple next to the tree cutout to give it extra dimension.

I used the mini star punch and gold glimmer paper for the stars, which are adhered with dimensionals.  Lastly, Merry Christmas, from Teeny Tiny Wishes is stamped in Garden Green on a Whisper White scrap and punched with the Washi Label punch and adhered to the bottom with dimensionals.  I then took the 2-way glue pen and dotted a little glue randomly over the card, sprinkled it with Dazzling Diamonds glitter and shook off the excess.

All of the supplies for this card may be purchased by clicking on the shopping basket.  And, if you’re interested in becoming a demonstrator, I’d love to have you on my team!

Until next time………stay inky, my friend!

November Stamp Club

Here’s one of the projects we made at our November Stamp Club!  I’ve gotten a lot of compliments on this card, and the members really loved it!

Sleigh Ride Edgelits

Our base card was made from Night of Navy CS.  Our panel is Whisper White.  We cut out the ornament with the Delicate Ornament Thinlit Dies (largest ornament), then stamped the ornament top from Embellished Ornaments in Marina Mist, and our swirly “branch” from Everything Eleanor is stamped in Night of Navy.  The panel was then embossed with the Softly Falling TIEF.

We used the Sleigh Ride Edgelit dies and scraps of Shimmery White and Marina Mist CS to cut the houses and sleigh.  These are then adhered to the back of the panel behind the cutout with dimensionals.  Attach the panel to the card with dimensionals, add a silver ribbon and a rhinestone “star”, and you’re finished!

If you’d like more information on Stamp Club, or other classes, please contact me!  If you’re in the Elizabethtown/Fort Knox area of Kentucky, I’d love to stamp with you!

All of the products needed for this project can be purchased by clicking on the shopping basket.  If you don’t have a demonstrator, I’d love to be yours!  And, if you’re interested in being a demonstrator, I’m happy to help and support you!

Until next time………stay inky, my friends!