Hello friends, hope you are enjoying this series of posts where I share the projects we made on our November card class!
If you are local to me (Frisco, TX) you might want to start joining us! these are awesome, plus all the ladies that attend are so great! I always enjoy the talks and the community feel of being crafting together!
The third card was actually “CASED” (aka. Copy and Share Everything) from the holiday catalog, it is on page 36!, so you can get a lot of of ideas from the catalogs themselves, these are awesome tools to get your creative juices going.. when I am not that inspired and its taking longer to create something, I just flip thru the pages of the catalog and see what I like and “case” it.
Its important to note that when “casing” if you don’t have a stamp set, embellishment, or cardstock color, you can always substitute it with whatever you have, like in this case I didn’t have the specific stamp set, but I had the Watercolor Christmas stamp set, which I think the font on the sentiments are awesome, so I used that one instead of the Cheers to the Year stamp set that was used in the sample from the holiday catalog..
Everyone loved making this card, I think this is another great card to make multiples of for your Christmas cards, and the foil paper and the DSP is just great, and since you don’t really use a lot of these, you actually can get a lot of cards made with one sheet of both the champagne foil paper and the DSP… using the copper washi tape on the borders really accentuate the card..
You can check below the video tutorial for this card, and see how easy and quick this is!!
Let me know if you have any questions, I will be more than happy to help you.. and if you want to get any of the items I use, please click on the images below, these will take you to my online store where you can purchase these items. As always I appreciate your support 🙂
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