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Hello crafty friends, I hope you had a wonderful weekend. Today I have a couple of Winter holiday cards with some PPP Christmas products. I’m always happy making Christmas cards!
For my first card, I used the Stitched Poinsettias as my main supply. For my stitched strips background, I was inspired by amazing Dana Kirby’s card. Oh, it’s a really great idea!! Please visit her blog (click HERE). She has so many beautiful cards. :D
I die cut three different sized Stitched Strips from white cardstock first, and then vertically mounted onto white card base using double-sided tape.
For this blue surfboards background, I laid the first stencil, surfboard shape only, on an A2 watercolour paper panel in secure, applied Tumbled Glass Distress ink using blending brush. I changed the second stencil, detailed one, on the same place, applied Mermaid Lagoon & Crushed Olive Distress inks. As you know, Distress inks react with water so, I added water drops all over the panel for the effect of splashing water in the beach. ;) For the sentiment, I used the Summer Drinks set.
I die cut the waves from kraft & watercolour paper using the new Stitched Waves die set. With 3 watercolour die cuts, I ink blended them with Mermaid Lagoon & Faded Jeans Distress inks. I mounted all waves onto A2 card base as shown in the picture, then tucked coloured critters in between the waves. Making summer cards are so much fun!
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Hello crafty friends! I’m so happy to know the new papercraft company, ALWAYS! And Today, I will introduce ETC Paper through my card – they were kind enough to provide gorgeous paper packs recently. I have a floral basket card with their beautiful colour cardstock called “Colorplan Rainbow Assortment Cardstock“.
To better express the colours, I used the Altenew Garden Picks 3D layering flowers die set!
I used (dark to light) Scarlet, Bright Red, Hot Pink and Candy Pink for the main flower.
For these tiny flowers, I used (dark to light) Mandarin, Citrine and Sorbet Yellow.
I used Lockwood-Green and Park-Green for these leaves.