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I'm having a SU! Christmas card workshop tonight. These are the 2 cards everyone will be making. They will make 5 of each design. This first one I used our Dasher stamp.
The base is Very Vanilla c/s, then a piece of real red over that. I used the Merry Moments paper pack for the snow flake rectangle and green strips. I stamped Dasher with Chocolate chip ink and chalked real red around the edges. I placed the stamped image on with pop dots (dimensionals)The chalk gives a softer look compared to inking the edges. I used the glue pen and dotted around on the antlers then used Dazzling Diamonds glitter. I finished the card with some rhinestones. The inside I stamped Merry Christmas in Real Red ink.
For the next card I used the tree from our Snow Swirled stamped set.
I again used Very Vanilla as my card base then placed a piece of Old Olive c/s over that. I punchd out circle with Real Red c/s then a scalloped cirlce with the same color. I tore a piece of Very Vanilla c/s then placed another piece from the Merry Moments paper pack over that. I stamped Merry Christmas in Real Red ink. I stamped the tree on Very Vanilla c/s then cut it out and used our Real Red maker the dot the centers of the snow flakes. The tree is on with pop dots (dimensionals). I finished the card with some brads and stamped a Christmas sentiment in Real Red inside.
I love the look of the Old Olive c/s and Real Red c/s together. You've got to get some of our Merry Moments paper too. This is just a few samples of the designs in that pack. They are gorgeous. I can't wait to use some of it in my scrapbooks.
This is my first Christmas Card Workshop to do. I hope the ladies like these cards.
Oh yeah, for any of you following my computer troubles, I'm still updating at mom's. She says it's fine with her when we walk through the door b/c she gets to see the kiddos while I'm "blogging". : )
Have a great evening everyone!
Until next time...