I just had to make another “treat bag” using the Little Debbie Snack Cakes. This one is the soft gingerbread man cookie. I just added another cardstock topper to give it a more personal touch. The gingerbread man was stamped with a retired Stampin’ Up! set. The designer paper is Jolly and Bright from Heidi Grace Design. The sentiment is from the set Naughty or Nice by A Muse Studio Stamps. I thought it turned out very cute.
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Merry Christmas, everyone!!! I hope you all are enjoying your day with your family and thanking God for all of your blessings.
If you are taking time to stamp or craft today I wanted to show you this cute little card. It was “CASE-D” (Copy And Steal Everything) directly from The Angel Company’s Fall Magalogue, page 35. I didn’t have the exact cardstock and I changed the sentiment on the front. I wanted to show an example of how you can use what you have to remake a project that you see in a catalog or magazine or blog. Hopefully you’re copying from my blog. 🙂
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My theme this Christmas season, as always, has been “simple and easy” and here is another one…
I designed this Christmas card for my grandmother’s cards this year. Every year I make cards for her to mail to family and friends. She has recently moved to Kentucky and this is my first year of not going to her house for the holiday. She’s only been moved a couple of weeks, but I miss her so much.
I stamped the reindeer and “Merry Christmas” using Burnt Umber on vanilla cardstock. Then before I mounted it to the brown cardstock I distressed the edges, dragged them in Moulin Rouge and curled up 2 opposite corners. I used red Stickles to make his nose shine.
I used the following products from The Angel Company…
Stamp Sets: Reindeer Food, Vintage Santa
Cardstock: Vanilla, Scarlet and Monochromatic Browns
Ink: Burnt Umber and Moulin Rouge Palette Ink
Accessories: Red Stickles and Pop Dots
I’m making treat boxes for my kids’ teachers. To make it easier, I used die cut treat boxes. All you have to do is stamp them, fold on the scored lines and tuck or tape the edges together. You can find them at your local craft or scrapbooking/rubber stamping store.
The snowman image is from The Angel Company’s Happy Winter that is on sale right now at a special price of $16.50 from December 1st through December 31st. There are 3 sets in the “Whimsical, Wintry Vintage Sets” promotion. They are all adorable. Don’t miss out on your chance to own them yourself. Email or call with your order today.
Stamps: Happy Winter (The Angel Company)
Ink: Noir Palette Ink
Cardstock: Blue and Premium White
Accessories: ribbon, Prisma colored pencils,
This simple little card was made using The Angel Company’s Reece 12×12 Cardstock Collection. The 2 patterned papers were cut into strips and mounted onto the red pattern paper leaving a slight space around and between them. The assembled pieces were mounted onto a card base of Natural cardstock measuring 5-1/2 x 4-1/4 inches. I stamped “Tis the Season” on the Natural cardstock using L’Amore Red Palette Ink. I cut around the stamped image and adhered it to the card using Pop Dots. I applied crystal Stickles to random areas of the image to give it a touch of sparkle. I stamped “celebrate” in the same red ink and “voila”! It’s done!
Stamps: Holiday Magic, Laughter (The Angel Company)
Cardstock: Reece 12×12 Cardstock Collection, Natural Cardstock (The Angel Company)
Ink: L’Amore Red Palette Ink
Accessories: Crystal Stickles and Pop Dots