Thursday, December 13, 2018

Christmas Card 12-13-18

I am sharing another Christmas card I made for this year.

I made this for my granddaughter.  This is the Lawn Fawn Reveal Wheel die.  There are a couple of steps to the process, but it is easy once you have made one.  All the images are from Lawn Fawn and colored with copics.  I also cut some snow drifts from Lawn Fawn dies.  The snowflake that rotates does have shimmer on the wheel colors, but it really doesn't show up in the picture.  I added some extra die cut snowflakes on the front.  I think she will like this. :)

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Christmas Treat Bags

Hi,  I have been super busy and I am sure you have been.  I wanted to share a little treat bag I made for my granddaughter's class.

I made 18 of these bags!  I had a sort of assembly line going  and once all the die cutting and coloring was done, it went quickly. :)  This treat bag die is from Lawn Fawn and it is super easy to use and put together.  You need to cut two of the die to assemble the bag.  I used some buffalo check patterned paper cut to fit the front of the bag.  I used a paper punch to cut the scalloped circles, because I just couldn't face any more die cutting. lol  The image is from Mama Elephant and colored with copics. I fit 5 candy treats in each bag and then tied a piece of bakers twine to close the bag.

I am also going to share a few Christmas cards today and more soon.

These images are all from Purple Onion Designs, from the collection by Stacy Yakula.  I love her images so much.  This little scene is colored with copics and some of the images are fussy cut and adhered to the scene.  Mounted on patterned paper and then red card stock base.  This is one of my favorite cards I made this year.

These images are also from Purple Onion Design, also from Stacy Yakula.  All colored with copics. The caroling bear and rabbit are so cute! I added some snow at the bottom of the tree with a snow pen.  The sentiment is from Power Poppy Bottlebrush Tree stamp set.  Mounted on patterned paper and then a red card stock base. 

See you soon, thanks for stopping by