For this christmas card I used the 8 x8 pad from Graphic 45 – 12 days of christmas, and the matching chipboard pieces. Quite a bit of fussy cutting and some layering on this one!a bit of kindyglitz to finish, and no ribbon for a bit of a change…one more in this series, and then we will move on to something else.I have been busy with house work today, but I am off now to the craft room for a couple of hours – some lessons to set up for january, seems so far away but will be with us before we know it.Til tomorrow…
I decided to show these cards together as each pair uses the same images from the 12 x 12 sheet of graphic 45 12 days of christmas papers,but I did something different with each one.I have used some of the matching chipboard pieces from the same range, and added ribbon, bling,and bakers twine as well as a liberal amount of fussy cutting and layering.taught a class toady, and my family are all out tonight putting on a wrestling show so it’s off to the fish and chip shop now for me , then an uninterrupted night of crafting to follow… bliss….. til tomorrow…..
The paper I used her ( graphic 45 12 days of christmas) was from the 8″ pad, so its the same image as last nights card but smaller, which allowed for a bit more decoration. I matted the image onto some green bazzil cardstock, and layered some fussy cut papers in the corner. The card base is made from Stampin Up cardstock. I have a class tomorrow – so looking forward to seeing my ladies, so must go and pack my bag! Til tomorrow….
Quick card today – Stampin up cardstock for the base, a piece of christmas paper – ( I think it may be an older piece of graphic 45) and 2 baubles punched from glitter cardstock using a stampin up mosaic punch. Add a little ribbon and bows, greeting sticker and it’s done – good card for lots of quick makes! Til tomorrow….