I recently had surgery and wanted to create some thank you cards to give to all those who were so thoughtful of me and my family while I was down. I also got a new embossing folder and these thank you stamps and wanted to use them. This is what I came up with. My stamp platform made making a bunch of these so easy! I love it!
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Gingerbread Man Christmas Z-fold Card
I love Z-fold cards! So easy and I always love how they look . These turned out fun! Love the mix of traditional and non traditional Christmas colors.
http://tuesdaythrowdown.blogspot.com/2017/12/tuesday-throwdown-371-christmas-scene.html Christmas scene
http://pileitonchallenge.blogspot.com/2017/12/pile-it-on-challenge-137-non.html Non traditional Christmas colors
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Monday, December 4, 2017
Christmas Jar Tags
I LOVE how this turned out. I still need to add some twine on my tag, but LOVE it. On the back I did a print and cut that says "From our house to yours" and then our names. I think these will look so cute on our neighbor gifts. So much fun! This was modified from a file from My Scrap Chick. Instead of a card, I just made a tag. So fun! I don't remember what stamp set my Merry and Bright came from, but it was a perfect fit on my tag!
http://cutitupchallenges.blogspot.com/2017/12/challenge-136-christmas-song.html Christmas song... It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas – “With candy canes and silver lanes aglow”
http://trimmiescraftchallenge.blogspot.com/2017/11/challenge-444-30th-of-november.html christmas present
Posted by Heidi at 8:26 PM 9 comments:
Labels: card, Christmas, Print and Cut, Teacher Gift, winter
Thinking of You Cards
What do you do after you have had surgery and you can't lift or do anything for a few weeks? Well, you make cards of course. I recently got some new embossing folders and was watching some youtube videos on different ways to use them and one of them was to ink them. Since I had never tried that, I gave it a try. I decided that using a brayer works better when your pattern is smaller and close together. When the pattern is farther apart, the brayer made marks in the white space. Still pretty, but a lesson none the less!
http://diecuttindivas.blogspot.com/2017/11/ch-345-thinking-of-you.html thinking of you
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