Hi there, Marilyn here and today we’ll create a fun Santa’s little helpers Christmas card. Hopefully you have all or most of your cards done by now because Christmas is almost here. For me, it usually ends up that the closer we get to Christmas the fewer people will get handmade cards because I nearly always run short of time, and this year is no exception. The good thing with this card is that once the images were coloured, the remainder of the card worked up very quickly. Below are the steps I used to create it:
It’s Marilyn here today hoping you are well and enjoying the fall weather.
I want to share a Christmas card made with the gorgeous Snowflake stamp set and a make-it-yourself background. If you don’t have the paints you can easily use a piece of pretty patterned paper to emboss the snowflakes instead.
Hello Crafty Friends, I hope you are well. Marilyn here and the project I want to show you today is a versatile one that can be used as Christmas gift tags, as place cards for Christmas dinner, and when finished as a tag/place card you can remove the sentiment and use the glittery poinsettias as tree ornaments. It’s quite simple to create!
Hi Everyone! Marilyn here with a card I made using the Stitched Hexagon, Trio of Leaves and Words 2 die sets. You could use any sentiment for this card so it is versatile and would work for many different occasions. Please forgive the glare in some of the photos – I recently purchased a glass mat and didn’t realize how badly the light reflected until I was watermarking the photos.
I think spring has finally arrived in my part of the world. By the time March arrives and no matter how severe or mild the winter has been, most of us want to see the end of it. Spring is such a pretty time of year with all the fresh and new greenery, birds happily singing and trees budding.
Today’s card is fitting for this time of year and uses the Adventure Edges die, the Laundry Party and Spring Sentiments stamps.