Monday, September 28, 2020

Christmas Cards


Hello everyone, I'm up on the Sweet n Sassy blog today sharing two Christmas card with some of their BRAND NEW holiday stamp sets.

For this first card I went with the traditional red and green. I did some simple stamping and die cut it with doily dies. To add a bit of texture I embossed the flowers before gluing them together. I'm not sure if you can tell by the picture, but two of those flowers have snowflakes behind them -- just to add interest and dimension!


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Supplies and Tools:
  • Best Gift Ever (Sweet n Sassy Stamps)
  • Purr-fect Posies Die Set  (Heartfelt Creations)
  • Power Outage Prills (Heartfelt Creations)
  • Feathered Lace Nested Circle Dies (Gina Marie Designs)
  • Pine Branch (Sizzix - Tim Holtz) 
  • Create a Flake Dies (Spellbinders)
  • Christmas Quilt Embossing Folder (Couture Creations)
  • Elite M-Bossabilities (Spellbinders)
  • Pine Needles Distress Oxide (Ranger)
  • Foam Mounting Tape

My second card uses non-traditional colors and features the NEW "Christmas Gnomes" set.

 I created a fun little winter scene and added a country flavor with a gingham checked background using my favorite Texture Tiles set. Since I love little details, I added some tiny stars and two black snowflakes.

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Bunny said...

Cute cards. I especially love the first one. [Bunny]

Conniecrafter said...

Oh Esther, I really love the first card, the doilies are so pretty with all that detail, great embossed background. Love the sentiment. I love the touch of the snowflake behind the flowers!
Love the play on the sentiment with the images, like the patterned background and fun colors for the houses and gnome!

Karen Letchworth said...

Awesome cards as always, Esther. Oh my....Christmas is coming! Look out.
Thanks SO much for sharing your wonderful art in our challenges. Your cards are always a treat and I'm super grateful that you share them with us.
God bless you,
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