Sunday, October 16, 2016

Starting Christmas Cards

I should have been making cards all year long to have ready for Christmas, but I didn't. So now it's time to get cracking. Thankfully I have a MISTI stamp positioner to make it go a little quicker. I chose the month of April in Sylvia's Christmas card challenge on her blog: green and foliage.


I made six of these cards this afternoon. I tried many different products to make the snow effect. The card above has Liquid Applique that I sprinkled with glitter and heated to puff up. Others got Enamel Accents, dries white glue with glitter, Stickles, etc. I snapped a photo while they were drying. Jury is still out on which is my fave.
I tried a few different inks for the woodgrain background. The front right card was made with a woodgrain embossing folder, the rest were scored and inked.

Stamps from Gina K Designs (Festive Foliage and Noel). I will enter this in the Christmas Card Challenges #45.



6 comments:

Sylvia said...

Charmaine, Good for you!! The slat board backgrounds are my favorites. Sylvia D.

Team Clark said...

This is a stunning design! So pretty! I use tshirt puff paint because I like the applicator and it puffs nicely, but you can't heat set it or it "deflates." LOL! Hugs, Autumn

laurie said...

I love that background...such an elegant card! Thanks for sharing at The Christmas Card Challenges, so happy you joined us!

Susan Powell said...

They all look fantastic! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Christmas Card Challenges.

La Papera Gialla said...

I love your cards!
Thanks for playing with us at Christmas Card Challenge this week and good luck!
Monica - CCC DT

Mandy LaCroix said...

This is gorgeous! :) LOVE LOVE!
Thanks for sharing it over at Christmas Card Challenges!