I have been busy making Christmas cards, tis the season!
Card#1 Ornament Keepsake
Score and fold Whisper White card base in half.
Run the Cherry Cobbler Corodinatons CS front through the Big Shot in the Stylish Strips Folder. Lightly sand and add to card base.
Add Whisper White oval to card.
Dust a Whisper White CS piece with the Embossing Buddy. Stamp Ornament with Versamark on to the Whisper White piece cover with Glittery Cherry Cobbler and heat with embossing gun. Run through the Big Shot with the Ornament Framelit. Add Dimensionals to the back of the ornament and add to the oval.
On a Whisper White CS strip stamp phrase from More Merry Messages with Cherry Cobbler Ink cut with the Banner Framelit. Add Dimensionals to the back of the phrase and add to the card front.
Card #2 Greetings of the Season
Score and fold Pool Party card base in half.
Emboss the front of the card base with the Northern Flurry Embossing Folder.
Flag cut the ends of the DSP and Card Stock strips then layer them onto the card base.
Dust the Whisper White Card Stock with Embossing Buddy then stamp with Bermuda Bay and Quickly cover with Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder and heat with Embossing Gun.
Run the stamped piece through the Big Shot cutting it out with Apothecary Accents Framelit
Run the Island Indigo CS through the Big Shot cutting it with the Chalk Talk Framelit .
Layer the stamped piece onto the Island Indigo piece, add Dimensional to the back and add piece over the banner piece.
Card #3 Santa's List
Score and fold Very Vanilla card base in half.
Run the Very Vanilla CS piece through the Big Shot centering the Circle Framelit on it.
Run the Real Red CS piece through the Big Shot, use the Very Vanilla piece to center the next larger Circle Framelit.
Re-run the Very Vanilla CS piece through the Big Shot in the Pretty Print embossing Folder.
Center the Santa on the card base and stamp with Real Red Ink.
Layer the Real Red CS piece on the card base then layer with the Very Vanilla CS piece.
So this is my start on Christmas Cards I hope they have given you some ideas. Now it is time to hop on over to Gail's