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Magical Christmas

November 1, 2020

Karen here today with some vintage-feel cards created with one of the stamp sets designed by Sue. These stamps make creating fun cards so easy and quick.

On this first card, I stamped the “Have a Magical Christmas” stamp from the Snow Stamp Set with Versamark ink onto a piece of green dot cardstock (1-1/2″ tall) and added Ranger Silver Embossing Powder and heat set. I layered this onto a piece of snowflake print cardstock (3″ tall) and then onto the music cardstock.

I die cut the whole thing with the Fitted Rectangles die. Because there are three layers of cardstock, I ran it through my Big Shot twice, but it did cut through beautifully. I added a glitter line sticker and snowflake crystal embellishment at the top and wrapped some pretty lace from my stash around at the bottom of the sentiment. I then put this panel on a card base I made with Kraft cardstock.

The sentiment from the second card is also from the Snow Stamp Set but is embossed with Copper Embossing powder.

Thank you for stopping by today.

Craftily yours, Karen

Supplies from Elizabeth Craft Designs

Other Supplies

Christmas and Kraft Cardstock, Versamark and embossing powders, snowflake embellishment, lace

A Way With Words Els van de Burgt Studio Joset Designs

Vintage Remember

June 4, 2016

Remember by Suzanne Cannon

Hello! It’s Suzanne here today to share a simple layered card.  This patterned paper has been beckoning me for weeks.  Once again it called softly as I caught a glimpse of it. Finally, I said, it’s your turn!  It leapt out of the packaging and practically assembled itself.

If I can make a card with an unspoken or simple message then I’m usually pretty happy. The balloon breaking free could represent any number of life changes…. It could be significant for someone leaving someplace or someone, or starting a new phase of life. What about a graduation? You don’t want them to forget you!  What does it represent to you?

Here is how this card made itself!

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