All supplies are Stampin' Up! except where noted. I really love this vintage Santa and girl image by Inkadinkado that I stamped in Brown Sugar ink on Crumb Cake cardstock, then inked the edges with Tim Holtz distress inks of Tea Dye and Old Paper. Highlighted a few parts of the image with Prismacolor pencils. Background is Christmas Collage on Naturals Ivory, Champagne glimmer paper and last year's snowflake brads with some retired ivory ribbon to embellish.
Monday, November 23, 2015
The following is an embroidery project of mine that I wanted to share, I love the vintage holiday toys!
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Saturday, November 14, 2015
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
This card was made using the Ornament bundle from the Stampin' Up! Holiday mini. I used the new embossing folder on Crumb Cake card stock and swiped some craft white ink over the raised design. Stamped the ornament in a pale color and colored in the design with alcohol ink markers, cut with framelits ornament die, hanger in glitter paper. Stamped holly in Artichoke (matte framing same color), colored in leaves and berries. Cut a poinsettia out of Real Red and attached it with silver mini brads.
Using up some scraps to make some Christmas gift tags, it's not too early to get started apparently. It seems the holiday season starts earlier every year, we were seeing Christmas merchandise weeks before Halloween. Sheesh.
I found this cute little gingerbread house stamp at my local thrift shop and I couldn't resist it. I love, love gingerbread anything :) Colored images with Copics and used Stampin' Up cardstocks, mini brads, tag top punch, and grosgrain ribbons. I am going to add some Dazzling Diamonds highlights to the roof and ground near trees.
Saturday, November 7, 2015
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Monday, November 2, 2015
I picked up a sheet of Graphic 45 Christmas paper and made this easy Christmas project using a Stampin' Up! polka dot gift bag, vintage button with miscellaneous brads and ribbons from my studio. Sentiment from Penny Black.