Hello crafty friends, I can’t believe it’s already November. Time really flies, right? And Christmas is coming up so I will share many Christmas cards with you in this month! :D
Today I am featuring the SSS Christmas Bulbs die set along with other Simon’s Christmas dies – Simon has so many amazing Christmas dies!!
I started by making Christmas patterns on kraft card base. I placed the Holiday Sweater stencil onto kraft card in place, applied white embossing paste using craft knife, then let it dry.
Next, I die cut some Christmas bulbs from watercolour paper.
I inked to Christmas bulb die cut with blender brush – these days I’m obsessed with ink blending with brush, I call it “ink brushing”. :)
For these Christmas bulbs, I used Lipstick Red, Green Leaf and Duckling dye inks.
I die cut the Joyful Frame from white cardstock, and then adhered all elements as shown in the picture onto kraft card base using foam tape.
I added some white enamel dots using Tonic Simply White Nuvo Crystal Drops.
Here is another card with the Christmas Bulbs die set.
In this card, I die cut some Christmas bulbs from assorted colour cardstock, then lightly applied white pigment ink to them. For snow-covered light bulbs, I added Tonic White Blizzard Nuvo Glitter Drops.
Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a great day.
Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
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These are really Beautiful cards!!!
Gorgeous! And I really adore the added texture that the watercolor paper you used for the bulbs affords the design.
Thank you, as always Yoonsun, for sharing with us photos of your creative process as well. I find it really inspiring to try something new-to-me when I see your work!
I love these card ideas! I bought the die set and was struggling with whether to colour them or use glimmer paper. How did you do the top parts? They almost look like they have embossing powder on them!!! Thanks for helping me get my brain around this die set!!
What gorgeous card Yoonsun – you have really made the most of the dies and stencil
Your blog has some horrible ads on it that I don’t want to see when I go looking at cards