So each day we are getting closer to Christmas and I am nowhere near ready, in fact I have so much shopping still to do I’m not sure I have enough time to do it!!
Today I wanted to share 2 cards that I have made for Christmas, although they are far from the traditional Christmas card! One had to follow the theme for a girl who loves ponies and one was for a skateboarding, guitar playing teenage lad!
Here is the result:
For this one I have used the Home For Christmas Range from Do Crafts. The images are from The Stamping Shack. I have coloured the image using Promarkers. I tried to keep some traditional colour within the image, although it is very subtle as the Greens and Blues are often used for images of boys anyway.
This second card is again made using an image from The Stamping Shack. I have added a snow effect to the grass using White Glitter. The flowers I made using the Tonic punches which are so fantastic when trying to get a flower to match your project.
Both cards have been made as 8″ x 8″ easel cards.
That’s all for today, I had probably best get off to do some Christmas shopping!
Today I would like to share a Christmas Wreath I have made to feature on the Do Crafts Blog. Each year I love to add to my decorations and always try to have a few home made items that match the decor. This year I chose to use the Do Crafts Home For Christmas range papers as I adore them, it must be the only paper pack that I have used up completely!
Today I would like to share a card with you that I have made using inspiration from the daily sketch over at the Do Crafts Creativity Club. Each day a new sketch is posted and I have to be honest and say it is not something I have used before I became a member of the Creativity Club, now I cannot wait t see what the sketch is each day as it gets me creating cards I would not normally create. It is great for broadening your crafting horizons!
Here is the card I made using Daily Sketch no 87.
I have used the Papermania Home For Christmas papers to create the circles, and Kraft card for the Scalloped circles behind them. The Holly is stamped from the Urban Stamps Home For christmas, which I stamped onto while card stock using black ink and then coloured using the Artist pens. I have then cut around the leaves and added red stones as the Holly Berries. The Holly tends to give the card a softer feel and I have used this in a few of my Christmas projects this year.
The sentiment is also from the Urban Home For Christmas Stamp Set and again I have coloured in the words, this time on the actual stamp itself using the Artist Pens.
I had great fun making this card and will be using this design again for another occasion.
Since it is beginning to feel like winter it is the perfect time to be making Christmas theme cards. Here is my latest make using the Do Crafts Home For Christmas range.
I have made this using one of the Daily Sketches that Do crafts Creativity Club Members get to download each day. It is a great way to get some inspiration. To find out more about becoming a member visit here.
I have used the nested Scalloped Hearts to create the Heart tower in the middle and all the papers are from the Home For Christmas range.
The new Christmas papers are out from Do Crafts and I must say they have excelled themselves this year. The Home For Christmas range is so on trend and looks like something that could be found in our favourite furniture store!!
Here are a few cards I have made using them:
I will be making lots more of these for family and friends at Christmas!
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