Wednesday, November 15, 2017

25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS 2017 - DAY 12 - Jump for Joy

Hello, it's Olga. My project for today is an Advent Calendar card - yes, it is an Advent Calendar that can actually be mailed in an envelope!

I have combined several different stamps to create this cute Christmas scene. The card turned out to be flat and mailing friendly. I also used some "scratch here" stickers to make calendar with - watch the video to see how it was done!


Friday, November 10, 2017

25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS 2017 - DAY 11 - Kissing Santa

Hi paper crafters and welcome to the DAY 11 of 25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS series!

The project I am presenting today is a set of three Holiday money holder tags. I have used the fabulous "Fall in Love" collection by Magnolia (Vol.16) to make them.

I have re-purposed some dies to create Santa character and mistletoe. Some of the dies are also perfect for creating textured backgrounds - a wood board, arrows with the heart at the end and a ladder (negative spaces make fantastic bricks!).

All the creative process is shown in the video below:


Monday, November 6, 2017

25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS 2017 - DAY 10 - Woodland Magic

This winter/Holiday card is super simple to assemble and even suitable for mass production.

Most of the dies that are used to make it are very intricate and that alone slows down the production process a little bit but at the same time it adds so much to the look! 

Apart from working with intricate dies the assembling is extremely easy - watch the video tutorial to find the full instructions!


Friday, November 3, 2017

25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS 2017 - DAY 9 - Book of Christmas

For today's project I wanted to try a new approach to layered cards. 

So what would you normally do to create a multi-layered card? Just attach the layers with mounting tape. But there is another way to do it - I have basically bound the two card bases with die cut windows to create a book.

 It is standard size, has lots of dimension, it's totally mailing friendly and has plenty of space for hand written or stamped greetings. 

Please scroll down for pictures and the video tutorial: