I still have my daughter home from school sick, which has slowed my progress for launch preparations for this weekend, but I have made a couple of cards with the Scentsational Season bundle from the Holiday Mini to show you.
The gingerbread card was an idea I cased from Deb Fearns.
The Easel card is my own creation and features new products. If you would like more information, please contact me.
I made some tags for Christmas using the Scallop Topper punch and Santa's Sleigh framelits.
They are rather cute, aren't they. The cardstock is Whisper White for the tags and greetings and the Deer have been cute from Copper foil, the wreath from Mossy Meadow and Red Glimmer for the bow. I used some Real Red grosgrain ribbon thru the tags and the greeting comes from Teeny Tiny sentiments stamp set.
To on the front of the tag and from on the back of the tag (which I didn't photograph) stamped in Real Red ink is from the set Oh What Fun.
I hope you will join in our challenge this week to create something other than a card. We look forward to you joining us at Stamp, Ink, Paper.
You all know how I love my Easel Cards right? Well I've added a little light to them in the form of the little battery operated candles. Neil bought me some boxes of them online. I've been playing around with a couple of different designs which are for an upcoming class of very Special Christmas cards with my group but thought you might like to see them. This is the first one I've done using the retired stamp set Christmas Lodge. It's a gorgeous set with this beautiful tree and really suits a vintage style Christmas Card. I've also used the Deco Label Framelits which are fast becoming a favourite and the Beautifully Baroque and Fancy Fan Embossing Folders.
The Cardstock is Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla.
I have the light on so you can see the gorgeous effect from the little candle. Here is a photo when it's off.
This is how it looks from the side. It's like a tent. Extra card was added to the length to ext…
These are for a customers order, but thought you may like to see them again anyway, as it is a card I've designed before, but because she would like 5, they are all going to be slightly different.
I hate mass production, after all they are handmade cards and as such I like them to be individual, not copied, so there will be different colours, slightly different layout and arrangement of elements, but essentially and functionally the same. I really only do the mass production thing when I'm working on swaps, and I do get bored with making the same thing as well.
This is the first one I completed today.
and a side on view here with a closeup
Here's a couple more I've completed.
and I finally got them all finished.
I've made sure each once is slightly different and I'm really glad this job is finished and I can organise the post. I'll share with you some other cards that were also ordered next time.