Thursday, December 12, 2019

Inspiration Thursday 49-2019

It's Thursday and time for a Mood Board!  Who is mad for plaid??

Here is my card:

I started my card with a journaling card with a vintage Santa.  I trimmed the card and inked the edges with Dark Walnut Distress ink.  I cut a panel of red plaid and inked the edges as well and placed the Santa on the panelwith Art Glitter Glue.  I added a strip from a mirror gold doily and a strip of black lace along the edge of the Santa.  I trimmed a second panel of red plaid card stock and placed the panel on it with Art Glitter Glue.  I then placed the panel on another panel of gold mirror card stock and attached it to a white card stock base.  I stamped "Believe" from a Raisin Boat set using clear Versamark ink and gold embossing powder.  I trimmed it and placed it on gold mirror card stock and attached it with foam tape.  ~  Gracie

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Sketch Wednesday 49-2019

It's Wednesday and time for a sketch!

And here is my card:

I started my card with two pieces of striped card stock and cut them with a stitched rectangle die, cut them in half and adhered them to a white card stock base.  I added another stitched rectangle cut using mirror gold card stock and adhered it to the panel with art Glitter Glue.  I cut a stitched oval and stamped "Christmas Blessings" from W Plus 9 using Olive ink.  I adhered it to the panel with foam tape.  I added three flowers and a crepe ribbon bow using hot glue.  ~  Gracie

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Technique Tuesday 49-2019

It's Tuesday!  Ready to watch a video?  Get your hot chocolate!

Here is my card:

Today's card started with a Tonic "Merry Christmas" die cut using silver mirror card stock and double sided adhesive and cut it four times and stacked them together.  I placed them on a double panel of silver card stock (placed back to back with a red ribbon between to hang the ornament) and attached small green rhinestones on the holly leaves.  I added red tulle, glitter twigs and a poinsettia from Prima to the red ribbon with a small amount of hot glue.  I made a panel for the card using a green printed card stock from my stash and olive green card stock.  I used white card stock for the card base.  I attached the ornament by the ribbon on the back of the card using a small amount of Scotch tape.  ~  Gracie