Well, it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but I have a lot of things to get ready this year for Christmas so I am getting a head start on my packaging and tags. Today, I’m featuring a new tag that I designed using dies from Reverse Confetti, My Favorite Things, and Echo Park.
These tags are so sparkly – they are sure to brighten up any package. I really love how they turned out. I filmed a quick video tutorial if you’re interested in seeing my process. These are so easy to make – I hope I have inspired you to try these or something similar for your holiday packaging this year. Thanks for stopping by!
Hello – thank you for stopping by my blog. Today I have a cute new card to share with you that I made today using the Deck the Howls stamp set by My Favorite Things. There is a coordinating die set to go with this so its very handy to color them up, die cut them out and then play with different ways lay them out to make a scene card.
I decided to go with a snowy scene for my card and used a couple of different hill and slope dies from SSS to create the snow banks. I used distress oxides for the sky background and white acrylic paint to add the falling snow.
I have a video to share with you for this card, so I won’t be long winded in my blog post. Have a look and I’d love for you to leave a comment if you liked this card and video. Have a great day everyone!
Hello peeps! Here is a cute Thanksgiving card that I put together a few days ago using a new set for me from MFT Stamps. It’s my first time using this set and I had so much fun coloring these little guys with all kinds of fall splendor colors.
This is an A2 sized card and has lots of dimension using craft foam and foam tape. I used my distress inks to add some color to the peek-a-boo windows and this great plaid background stamp from Unity Stamp Company for the card front.
The mice are colored with copics and in the video I show you all the colors I’m using if you’d like to follow along with me on this card. The link to the video is below – grab a cup of tea and settle in for a few minutes to see how I created this fall Thanksgiving card.