Hey Everyone! I have been doing much better with posting more frequently now that the holiday madness is mostly over. I trust that each of you had a great holiday and I hope that each and every one of you have the most amazing year. I pray 2017 is your best year yet!
I'm sad to admit it but this year I didn't hand out 1 handmade Christmas Card, because I didn't have enough in my stash for everyone, so didn't think it fair that only some people got handmade cards and that others didn't.
That's why I am so grateful to be on the Design Team for Christmas Card Challenges, because its going to force me to get all my Christmas Cards done this year so that everyone of my family and friends can receive a handmade card from me.
I am here this week to share with you Christmas Card Challenge #3.
If you want to play along please visit the blog for challenge rules.
Here's this weeks challenge:
I struggled quite a bit with this challenge, because I wasn't sure what to use with the colour scheme. I was thrilled though that my Christmas gift from my amazing boyfriend would really help with this challenge, and I couldn't be more thrilled with the way that this card turned out. Not to mention that playing with new goodies is always a good time. Its all I want to do currently is just play with my new goodies!
I love how these images, and sentiments could be used to create a variety of scenes and winter scenes, and how you can use them for other seasons too.
Here's the front view of the card...
Here's the side view of the card...
Paper Trimmer - used to cut the different layers of the card as ell as the card base.
Bone Folder - used to fold the card base and crease the fold of the card
Tim Holtz Scissors - used to trim the double sided tape for the card
Quickie Glue - glue used to help attach the sparkles to the snow banks on the card
Double Sided Tape - used to attach various layers of the card together.
Ranger Matte Medium - used to attach the snowflakes and the little creatures to the front of the card
Sparkle Sweeper - used to help brush off the extra sparkles
Tweezers - used to help position the bunnies and the bird in place on the card
Acrylic Blocks - used to attach the stamps to in order to stamp the images
MFT Black Ink - used to stamp all of the images and the sentiment with
Prisma Colour Pencil Crayons - colouring medium used on the image
Blending Pencil Crayons - used to blend the colours of pencil crayons on the card front
CC Designs Snowy Wall Stamp - wall and the lamp post used on this card
Lawn Fawn Merry Messages - Sentiment used for this card
Lawn Fawn Snow Days - stamp set used to stamp the bunny and bird
Cuttlebug - machine used with the dies to cut out the various pieces of the card.
MFT Pierced Rectangle Die - rectangular die used to cut out the main image
Lawn Fawn Snow Days Die - used to cut out the Bunnies and Birds
Doodlebug Sprinkles - used to help embellish the wooden ornaments
Fine Glitter - fine glitter attached to the snow banks with the quickie glue
Lawn Fawn Ornaments - wood veneer snowflakes - used for the embellishments on the card (cannot find a link for these)
White Cardstock 110 lbs - paper used for the front of the card, which the image and sentiment are stamped on
White Cardstock 80lbs - card stock used for the card base for this card
Recollection Christmas Noel Pattern Paper - pattern paper used for the background on this card. (cannot find link)
BoBunny Double Dots - used to mat the main image