First off, I got this idea from the Holiday Catalog from Stampin’ Up! I like to get ideas and then change them up to make them my own design. Next, we will take a walk through my thought process! As usual, here is a video showing you how to make this card. Finally, this card on page 43 is the card I wanted to make my own:
Generally, when looking for a project to do, I first look in Pinterest, but this time I looked at the SU! catalog! Consequently it ended up being an awesome place to get an idea! Furthermore, I wanted to use the In The Pines Bundle and this would work with an idea I had in my head. Unfortunately, I didn’t have the circle that is on the card above. However, I did have the die from the Painted Labels that let me cut out a circle design that would take it’s place! Also, I wanted to use the trees singularly from the stamp set but die cut to have more detail. Likewise, instead of the ribbon that comes out the side of the circle I used gold foil cut into two strips. By the way, I DID use the acorns for my card, here is what I made:
Usually, I like to have layers on my cards and this time is no exception! Likewise, I love to sponge the edges of my cards and I did that with Crumb Cake and then Early Espresso to add a dark edge that makes the card pop! As a rule, I like to have my insides go with the front using the same layers, this (to me) seems to make the card look more professional.
Finally, here are the details for this card:
Stamps: In the Pines Bundle For Unto Us Inks: Crumb Cake Early Espresso Old Olive Paper: Crumb Cake 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", 5" x 3 3/4" (x2) Old Olive 5 1/4" x 4" (x2), scraps for trees Gold Foil Misc: Wonder of The Season OR Forever Greenery combo Jingle Bells OR Acorn Trinkets Glue Dots MultiPurpose Liquid Glue Mini Dimensionals Painted Labels Dies Banners Pick a Punch
As always, below will be the same supplies listed in picture form, click on any of them to be taken to my On Line Store! Subsequently, any purchase over $35 you will get from me a PDF with 16 project ideas that include pictures and step by step instructions! So then, this is a thank you from me!
Before I go, I wanted to tell you that I have another card that you can see here that I took from the catalog and made it my own (see page 38). As you can see I like to get ideas and then change them up to make them my own design.
In Conclusion, thank you so much for coming to visit me! Together, we can make things we see into our creations!
A California girl living in North Carolina