I hope you are having a wonderful Christmas! I’ve been so busy these last couple of months that I haven’t had time to post all of my Christmas card, so I thought that I would post them today for you to enjoy. If you are like my family, after the meal and presents, the kids play and the adults settle on the couch to talk or catch up on social media. I always used to agree with my mother that the kids should put those phones down! But, I’ve given up and joined them, lol. I like to search for new card design idea, and see what my stampin’ friends are doing. So here are the last of my Christmas cards.
Make a quick ornament with a circle punch and glimmer paper. Add an ornament topper from the retired Embellished Ornaments stamp set and a greeting from the Itty Bitty Christmas. If you want the ornament lower on the paper, use the layering circles dies instead of the punch.
Did I say easy? Punch the moose from a piece of whisper white paper and use the negative space. Layer on top of piece of Wrapped in Plaid DSP. Layer on to cardstock and on to the base, add the greeting, done.
Add some visual movement by stamping without re-inking, move the stamp a bit each time. The truck almost rolls right off the card.
Cut some squares from scraps of whisper white, tip them at an angle, and stamp some Christmas images. Pop up the greeting square with dimensionals for interest. Don’t forget to stamp some branches on the background matting.
There are lot’s of fun ways to build a snow globe. My best advice is to dig out all the shinny stuff. Of course you could also go for serious and elegant!
I’ll end the way I started, with a sparkly ornament card and a wish for you,