On the Second Day of Christmas I give to you 2-Step Stamping
Today's project is using the Reason for the Season Stamp Set. This is a Two-Step Stamp set; you get to combine individual stamps to build the final image you want in the colors you choose.
In order to create this card you will need the following supplies.
On the 1st day of Christmas I give to you A Card with a Wooden Tree.
My husband was creating wooden paper again this weekend, and I thought to myself I wonder if that will fit through a punch, or can you cut out with a framelit using the Big Shot? The answer is yes to both of these questions and I made this card.
I will be posting a different Christmas project every Monday and Thursday for the next 12 days.
You will need the following supplies to create this card, plus a husband with a table saw that likes to shave down 2" × 4" boards.
It is Maximum Monday again and today's project is one of the gift tags you will be making in class on December 15th. Gift tags are quick and easy to make and you do not need a lot of supplies to make them. Because of their size it is a great way to use up some of your scraps you have accumulated lately from all the holiday cards you have made.
Welcome to Technique Thursday. Today's project are little paper pumpkins made by using the Gift Box Punch Board. The idea for these pumpkins is from another Demonstrator, Dee, you can visit here website and her version on the pumpkin here: http://createwithdee.typepad.com
Welcome back to Maximum Monday, today's project is a Witch Broom.
You will need the following:
- Chocolate Chip Card Stock (or any broom color) cut to 5 1/2" × 2"
- Pumpkin Pie Card Stock
- Happy Scenes Stamp Set
- Banner Punch
- Linen Thread
- Chocolate Chip ink pad
- Fringe Siciors
- Liquid Glue
- 1" × 8" Cellophane Bags
- 1/16" Circle Punch
- Halloween Smarties
Ok, well this makes 11, but it was too cute not to show. See you next week
Welcome to technique Thursday. Today's card is a Halloween Card. If you have not figured it out I just love Halloween, this card is made using the Witches Night stamp set, and I have used the spiderweb stamp to create a unique background for my card. You can use this technique using any stamp set, it is great when you just don't have the right piece of DSP for your card. I have also used the fabulous black glitter paper, it really does sparkle, however just not in pictures.
Happy Thanksgiving and welcome to Maximum Monday. Today's project is a punch art turkey, using none other than the Owl Builder Punch. This happens to be one of the most versatile punch, you can make anything you want with it, including a really cute owl. Well the turkey never did make it onto a card this Thanksgiving, look for it next year.
To make the turkey you need the following.
Owl Builder Punch
Card stock scraps in fall colours (Chocolate Chip, Cherry Cobbler, Pumpkin Pie, Whisper White)
Tombo liquid Glue
It is Technique Thursday again, and today's technique is using the Stampin' Spitzer to make a background. The inspiration for this card came from the new Starbucks fall cups. I even used part of the cup band to make the sentiment on the card. The stamp sets I used on the card are retired sets, however you could use any open leaf design, such as the lighthearted leaves set found in the holiday catalogue. Want to learn how to do this technique and others with the Stampin' Spritzer? Check out my series of technique book classes starting in January.
Today's Maximum Monday card is a sympathy card made with the Lovely as a Tree stamp set.
You will need the following:
- Stampin' Trimmer
- Score Board
- 2 colours of card stock, I used very vanilla and chocolate chip
- 2 stamp sets, I used Lovely as a Tree, Teeny Tiny Wishes
- ink pad, I used chocolate chip
- adhesive, I used stampin' dimensionals and SNAIL