Hello! I have several Christmas cards and some scrapbook pages that I didn’t get to share so today I’ll post them all together here. The first two cards were actually made back in July for the Art Impressions new release for the summer trade show. The first card uses the 5193- Woodland Holiday Set. I also used the Hexagon Double Stitched Dies.
On my second card I used those same dies, along with 5192- Penguin Cheer Set. Both sets are so cute! Papers are from Doodlebug- home for the holidays. Sentiment is on Sizzix Ornate Labels.
I love, love, love the Simon Says Stamp Gnome dies! I will definitely be making more cards with those!
Here’s another ATC Coin I made for a swap. The Grinch stamp set is from Gina Marie Designs.
I wanted to add the extra sentiment but it wouldn’t quite fit so I added an extra scored circle to the back. Then I split the sentiment and added it to the inside.
I am not usually a scrapbooker but I made these pages for a friend so I made an extra set for myself!
Love the lantern (another Gina Marie Designs die)!
This starry night sky card was my shoebox project at an event in November. The stars are a Tim Holtz die. This card was CASED but I have no info where it’s from. Love the simplicity!
One of my New Year’s resolutions is to get a head start and make a few Christmas cards each month. We’ll see how that goes (I say it every year).
Have a great day!
A little over a year ago I made my first ATC Coin. They are similar to the ATCs (Artist Trading Cards) which are 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ but these are 2 1/2″ circles instead. Here I used Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps Vintage Love, Art Deco Alpha, and Happy Camper. I stamped the typewriter directly onto a patterned paper scrap and added some white paint pen highlights.
I participated in a few trades of these coins and I’ve been on the lookout for a cylindrical container to keep them in. They sort of remind me of a larger version of the Pogs that our kids had years ago! Remember those? Well, I hadn’t seen any containers until one evening on a shopping trip to Walmart when I spied a Pringles can. LOL.
I washed the inside of that empty can and cut some patterned papers to cover it. Then I stamped the alpha on the top section and adhered the papers and some ribbon with Scor-Tape.
Here’s my finished container…
Try the ATC Coins… they are a lot of fun! Have a great day!
stamps- Sweet ‘n Sassy Vintage Love, Art Deco Alpha, and Happy Camper; paper- white, SU! dsp scraps; ink- Memento Tuxedo Black; accessories- Copics, Pringles can, ribbon, MISTI, Wink of Stella.
Good morning! Today I have a little different project using some Sweet ‘n Sassy stamps. But before I get to it, remember to check out the current SNSS special for the November birthday release!
You may be familiar with the ATCs (Artist Trading Cards) which are 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ but a fun new trend is to make ATC Coins which are 2 1/2″ circles. Here’s my first one that I created for a swap.
I started by designing some word art in Photoshop and I incorporated my Snowman With Skates digital image. After printing them out, I punched them with a 2 1/2″ circle punch. Then I applied some masking fluid to the snowman to resist the Jane Davenport watercolors I added after the masking fluid was dry. The masking fluid was then carefully rubbed off. I used stamps from Thrill of Hope and Texture Tiles 1 with 2 shades of blue ink. The snowman was colored with Copics and some Wink of Stella made him sparkle.
If you haven’t tried the ATC Coins yet, they are a lot of fun!
Have a great day!
stamps- Sweet ‘n Sassy Snowman With Skates digital image, Thrill of Hope and Texture Tiles 1; paper- white; ink- SU! Bashful Blue and Baja Breeze; accessories- Copics, Stickles, Jane Davenport watercolors, masking fluid, Wink of Stella.