Finally, it is also snowing here in our town. Everything is getting covered in snow. I doubt that it will last until Christmas eve.
On the occasion of the snow fall I show you the following Christmas card:
I want to participate in the current 4 Crafty Chicks challenge # 381 called "christmas/winter critters" but I only have a card with the gorgeous Frosty Fairy Friends by Lawn Fawn. I used the Horizontal Snow Drift Die Cut by My Favorite Things for the background together with a stencilled and heat embossed starry sky. Does this count?
I enter this card in the following challenges as well:
During my last crafting session I realised that I own a beautiful die cut set of stars by "Lil'Inker Designs" called "Seasonal Stars Dies Set". I used scraps of ombre colored backgrounds I kept in my stash and cut out a punch of those stars. The huge German sentiment says "Merry Christmas".
I started my production of Christmas Cards lately. This one is on a purple bokeh background with lavender heat embossed snowflakes and white Tonic Nuvo Drops and a German Christmas sentiment.
In real life you can read the sentiment much better than on that picture.
For this card I played with new backdrops I purchased recently. Centerpiece is the cute "Adorable Elephant" by My Favorite Things which is one of my favorite stamp set. Sentiment is by Create A Smile Stamps.
Today, I wanna show you my first card where I used texture paste on an ombre background using a mandala stencil. It was easier to create as I thought and the outcome is amazing! I love it! That evening I made a bunch of textured backgrounds for future cards to come.
Unfortunately, there is always need for sympathy / condolences cards.
I made this card using the brayered background technique with distress inks and stamped the flowers from Stampin'Up "Thinking of You" and a sentiment by Rayher on it.
Today, I want to show you get well cards I made in the last couple of weeks.
For this shaker "get well" card I used the peek-a-boo window, adorable elephant and doodle blooms by My Favorite Things stamps. The patch is from Lawn Fawn.