Friday, December 8, 2017

Watercolor Christmas with Snowflakes

I love the Watercolor Christmas set on page 34 of the
Holiday catalog.  It coordinates with a Project Kit, but
I often look at these coordinating products as separate
components, because they can work well separately, too.

This is all Copper, Cherry Cobbler and Old Olive.  I'm pretty
partial to Copper and snowflakes.  These snowflakes, made out
of Copper Foil Sheets (p 194), come from the 
Seasonal Layers Thinlits on page 216.  I like the fact that
these Thinlits offer 3 different sizes of snowflakes, 
so that you have options for any Christmas card.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Lift Me Up Cookie Cutter Santa

First off, don't ask me how I came up with this card.
I was shuffling through my sets and for some reason,
the Lift Me Up set (p 58) paired itself with Cookie Cutter
Christmas (p 116).   Like if the reindeer go on strike, 
Santa can parachute into town.  At least that's the story
and I'm sticking to it.

Santa was colored with the new Stampin' Blends (LOVE) and
layered on to some Only Olive Color Theory DSP (p 187).
The Seasonal Layers Thinlits (p 216) snowflakes were
made with Silver Foil (p 194).  The candy dots were
colored with a silver Sharpie to coordinate with the snowflakes

Monday, December 4, 2017

Painted Harvest Christmas Wreath

I am overjoyed because Painted Harvest, on page 49 of the Holiday catalog will carry over to the upcoming 2018-19 annual
catalog. This is such a versatile set, that is easy to use.

In this example, the sunflower component is used to
create a Christmas wreath.   The sentiment comes from
Christmas Pines on page 120.  I love layering the wreath
on a piece of Wood Textures DSP stack, because it
resembles a wooden door.   This is a really quick and easy
Christmas card for friend or family!