Thursday, February 21, 2019

Get Cracking on Christmas: Very Merry die cuts

Hello! My friends and I really enjoyed breaking out our Christmas designs throughout last year so we are back to do it again this year.  The idea behind Get Cracking on Christmas sprung from the fact that many of us crafters who work in the industry with stamp companies seem to be busy with other things come the holiday season that we never seem to have time to make holiday projects.  So once a month we are making a holiday card so by the end of the year we are guaranteed to have a handful of holiday cards ready for the season. I am joined by my friends Jenn, Cheiron, Libby, and Caryn today sharing a batch of Christmas projects.


Today's card takes a break from the cuteness that typically lives here and uses some die cuts and Christmas paper pad that have been sitting in my craft room waiting to be used. Covered the card base with a weathered wood pattern paper.  Then I used the Concord & 9th Sophisticated Script stamps to white emboss the first half of my sentiment.  The die cut pieces of my sentiment are also from Concord & 9th. I used the Double-Cut Alphabet dies to cut a red pattern paper.


I thought the outline letters would go well with the outline cluster leaves die cut from Simon Says Stamp, cut from green pattern paper. I finished off the card with some Studio Katia gold crystals and majestic confetti embellishments. Not a super traditional Christmas card but I love how it turned out.

Be sure and visit JennCheironLibby, and Caryn for more Get Cracking on Christmas projects and if you want to join us on our monthly quest to make holiday projects please share on social media using #getcrackingonchristmas.


Cindy C. said...[Reply to comment]

How delightful!!

Andrea Hastilow said...[Reply to comment]

Fantastic ! Must get started on my cards, every time I see a post I get all my stuff ready then birthday cards get in the way.

Jennifer Reece said...[Reply to comment]

What a great idea to make Christmas cards all year! Such a great combination of paper, colors, does and bling!

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