Today’s card is a slight variation on one of my cards from the Christmas in July series I made in the summer. These are so easy to put together and simple enough for children to help out too.
I have another quick and simple (& beautiful) card today – you can make lots of these if you do each stage in batches. I love cards that can be made like this.
It’s getting quite close to Christmas now and time is running short if you haven’t started on your cards – my answer is to give you quick and simple ideas so you can get yours made with minimal stress.
So, here we are as promised – the video tutorial for my 3D forest card made for The Artful Stampers And Pootlers Blog Hop last week.
I’ve packed away the Christmas stamps for today’s card – there are birthday’s to be celebrated this month, so we are doing a ‘normal’ card today!
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With this card, I managed to make a forest of trees with just one stamp – using the stamping off technique.
I love how beautiful these cards have turned out and they were easy to make as well. The Wondrous Wreath stamp set can be found in the Christmas section of our Annual Catalogue.
It may be just a month away, but if you are hosting a New Year’s Eve Party then now is the time for invites (if you haven’t already, that is!). Imagine receiving something so lovely as this invitation.
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Here I am again using the small pine branch stamp on today’s card. This time I have used it to create a background using different shades of green.
I’ve been having so much fun with my sponge daubers at the moment that I have worn one out! In particular, it was the one using the blue ink – all those lovely night time skies I’ve been making.
I had quite a bit of fun making the background for this card. These last few weeks I have decided to step up my cardmaking a little and get more artistic with them – so there will be plenty more ahead.
These little cards are so cute and adorable! And when you use the coordinating punch with the stamp set, it becomes a whole lot easier too.
I absolutely adore how well this card has turned out and those little mice are so cute! I’m going to need a little more practice, but this isn’t bad for my first time using this technique.