All my events are finished for December, so I'm sharing the last three Christmas cards everyone made using the Labels to Love Stamp Set. The Everyday Label Punch coordinates with this stamp set, but so do other punches. Yippee!
Supplies Used: Mossy Meadow, Very Vanilla and Cherry Cobbler Cardstock, Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper, Cherry Cobbler Ink, Sprig Punch, Everyday Label Punch, 1/2" Black Satin Ribbon
The ribbon brings out the black lines in the Designer Series Paper. The two Sprig Punches add interest and balance.
Supplies Used: Winter Woods Stamp Set, Tranquil Tide and Very Vanilla Cardstock, Tranquil Tide Ink, Big Shot, In the Woods Framelits Dies, 2" Circle Punch, Starburst Punch, Tranquil Tide 1/4" Velvet Ribbon (not in stock--could substitute Tranquil Tide Mini Ruffled Ribbon.)
The tree and sentiment grab your attention, but the card would be boring without the grove of trees in the background. To get the subtle background of trees, I inked up the image, stamped off once on scratch paper and then pressed it on the Very Vanilla Cardstock (which looks like Whisper White in this photo).
Supplies Used: Garden Green, Cherry Cobbler and Whisper White Cardstock, Dashing Along Designer Series Paper, Cherry Cobbler Ink, 2" Circle Punch, Tailored Tag Punch, 5/8" Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon, Big Shot, Subtle Embossing Folder
This card has patterns from the Subtle Embossing Folder, the two pieces of Designer Series Paper and the ribbon. The two punches remind me of a Christmas ornament hanging on a tree.
SNAIL Adhesive, Glue Dots and Dimensionals were also used in assembling these cards.
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Last weekend, we had two more activities added to our calendars. We watched our youngest grandgirl's ice skating show on Saturday. And, on Sunday, our son invited us to dinner because he smoked a brisket. Delish! We are so fortunate because our son-in-law also smokes meat and shares with us. They both have that talent perfected!