Christmas in July Blog Hop!
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Ashley asked us to create cards that would be easy to mass produce! Easy for me since I'm all about CAS! Lol
Once I got started making Christmas cards, I couldn't stop. I'll be sharing two of those with you today!
For my first card, I used my Imagine!
When I purchased the Good Old Days Imagine Cartridge, I feel in love with it. All of the images are so adorable and I love the colors. I used this adorable Santa with his sack frull of goodies! With the imagine images you mostly have to layer and pop them up so that they have some dimension. That's what I did today using some foam tape. I just noticed the head on my doll or jack in the box whichever it is is leaning forward. OOPS! Okay onto I how I made it. My blue base is 5 1/2 X 4 1/4 and is Recollections card stock. My white layer is 5 1/4 X 4 inches and is from my scrap box. My background paper is cut at 5 X 3 3/4 and is also from my scrap box. My image was cut at 3 inches using the layer feature. I added some silver ribbon from Michaels. My sentiment is from K Andrew's Winter Wishes, one of my favorite sets and was stamped using Tim Holtz Broken China ink. I added four little pearls with Silver Liquid Pearls.
For my second card and my favorite! LOL I used Elmo & Friends Holiday Cricut Cartridge! I love, love, love Elmo!
Another A2 sized card. My green base and red layer are Recollections. My background paper is DCWV Christmas Combo stack. My adorable Elmo was cut at 3 1/2 inches with all his layers. I added some Frosted Lace Stickles to the white of his hat and some red Studio G glitter glue to the berries on the barrel. I also gave him some goggly eyes. My green satin ribbon is from Michaels. My adorable sentiment was stamped in Craft Smart Pine Green ink using K Andrew's "Winter Wishes" stamp set.
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