Stampin' Up! supplies: Cheerful Christmas image colored in markers of Real Red, Old OLive, Garden Green, and Not Quite Navy on Whisper White cardstock. Festive Flurry die and a window sheet to cover the white snowflake, attached with an antique brad for center and some sparkly embroidery floss to hang.
Sunday, October 26, 2014
This is a fairly easy project made easier if you have a hot glue gun. I wound two strands of Christmas candle decorating garland around the finished cone tree and studded it with some pearls and pins. The tree topper is a snowflake rhinestone from last year's Stampin' Up holiday catalog. I stocked up on those beauties, my favorite SU embellishment ever!
Friday, October 24, 2014
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Monday, October 20, 2014
These little paper mache ornaments are pretty easy to do with scraps of designer paper, I used three different design papers for each one. Start by tracing out a template in the shape of each section. Vellum usually works well for this task as you can see through it to know where your lines are. I used glue sticks to adhere and some very narrow rick rack trim to go between each segment to add more definition.
The papers used were Authentique for the Halloween and Stampin' Up! Candelight Christmas for the red and green one.
Saturday, October 18, 2014
Monday, October 13, 2014
I am so happy to be back with my friends from the Splitcoast Color Challenge sample team! We are celebrating the 500th color combo challenge showcasing each of the four seasons. Pick one or make one with each recipe, they are so lovely you will want to try them all.
The first card is Winter using Island Indigo, Lost Lagoon, Cherry Cobbler, and Olive. I used the new mini set Holiday Home by Stampin' Up!
The second card is for Spring with a pastel combination of Crisp Cantaloupe, So Saffron, Pistachio Pudding, and Soft Sky. Stamp set is Flower Patch on some retired Attic Boutique paper. All supplies are SU.