Saturday, 30 October 2010

Christmas themed Make and Take cards

Today's Christmas cards were Janet and Michelle's Make and Take cards from our recent open weekend, they used Aspects of Design 5 Christmas sheet, I love the parcels and the tiny tiny labels!!!   My love for the Moonglow embossing powders that they used goes without saying...

Michelle and Janet used Moonglow embossing powders Holly Berry Red Gold and Tannenbaum Green gold, the powders are fantastic and great for Christmas as the secondary colour is gold in them both (they are 2-tone embossing powders that show both colours when tilted in the light).

Here's some other layout ideas and close-ups

Oh...So tactile!!!!

You cannot see in the photo but they have also been misted with Starburst Stains to give them shimmer.

It's a GREAT time to get it as we are going to discontinue this sheet to make room for new stuff next year, it's also one of our original REALLY deep etched sheets! 

That mesh stamp is going to be so useful all year round.  For this time of year the words, snowflakes, pine sprig, holly tag, baubles and the tiny images that can be individually used as well as for a background stamp make it a very versatile sheet.

We do have packs of the tiny, tiny stringed tags in the shop if anyone wants those, I'll add them to the website tomorrow.

Brilliant cards Michelle and Janet, thank you!!

If you want to see other cards we've made with this sheet, you will find more ideas on our old Picturetrail galleryThere's also instructions to help you make the cards we feature there. 

I've been on and off my computer all day and still late posting, again... 28 minutes tonight!!!

Everything is moving slowly at the moment as I'm in the middle of a 4 day upload:(

Have a great weekend and thanks for visiting:)

Jill x

1 comment:

  1. I really love my stamp set. I have already used it multiple times since getting it after seeing Janet and Michelles cards at the open house. It definately is a versatile set! And I am totally addicted to the moonglow powders now. I had forgotten how much I liked to play with embossing. Thanks again for all the great ideas! Angela


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