Sunday, September 30, 2018

Day 3: Jingle Jangle Card kit from The Stamps of Life

Hi there!

It is time for Day 3 to showcase some of the cards and tags I made from this month's Card kit, Jingle Jangle.

I took a traditional flower die and turned it into a holiday card:

 I used the Happy Holidays die.

I blended ink on the Noel to achieve an ombre look:

I love snowflakes! Maybe because I never see any in Georgia! Haha!
I used snowflakes on this circle flip it:

For this card, the glorious rhinestone snowflakes that are in this month's kit are the focal point! I blended some ink onto Powdered Sugar and stamped some snowflakes. 
I cut the Tag from Candy and stamped with Noel, which is included in the stamp set.

Another Stocking Fold it Card featuring candy canes:
I couldn't forget to add some tiny jingle bells:

I cut a Box from patterned paper and added a Strawberry felt Large bow:

I also created these very easy tags as part of the challenge:

I cut the Tag from assorted pieces of card stock and trimmed my scraps down to 1 x2 inches to add a little interest at the bottom. 

Then I stamped the sentiments and added ribbon from the Card kit:

Now I have a bucket full of tags for presents this year!

Of course I had to make a tag with the die set, Jingle Jangle complete with jingle bells:

I hope you have found some inspiration in this blog series. You can see the other days HERE and HERE.

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Day 2: Jingle Jangle Card kit from The Stamps of Life

Hi there!

I have another round of cards I created from this month's Card kit.

I made a Merry Mug out of the Hot Chocolate Dies on a Circle Flip-it:

I stamped the Wreath with Archival Ink on Glossy Cardstock and colored with Markers.

I just had to add some tiny jingle bells to this card!

I used the Star flip-it as well as a Dotted starGlitter paper and wooden stars with silver glitter glue on this card:

This Happy Holidays die has long been a favorite of mine.

The Christmas Mouse is another favorite of mine just released this year from HSN. 
He was colored with Copic markers:

The other side of the flip-it:

Isn't he the cutest???

 Another Stocking Fold it Card featuring lots of sequins!

Please come back tomorrow for more cards!

Friday, September 28, 2018

Day 1: Jingle Jangle Card kit from The Stamps of Life

Hi there!

In the next few days I will be sharing a series of blog posts containing Christmas cards I created with this month's Card Kit from The Stamps of Life.

This monthly kit contains a paper pad of double sided paper, embellishments, card stock, ribbon, a die and a storage envelope.

Kristin over at Created to Craft is a fellow Design team member and challenged me to create cards and tags.

Gingerbread Girl Card:

Scalloped Edge Drop in Card:

Hot Chocolate Card:

Stocking Fold it Card:

This is a tag I created with the center of the Stocking Fold-it.

Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving Turkey Fold it featuring The Stamps of Life

Hi there!

There is a new Limited Edition Turkey Fold-it over at The Stamps of Life! If you are interested, head right over to order yours today.

I began by die cutting my shadow from Chocolate card stock. I used some patterned paper for the turkey and began laying the pieces onto the shadow base. I find this paper piecing process fun and it gives you limitless possibilities. 

I highly suggest adding an Adhesive Sheet to the back of the paper because it makes it so quick to add all the pieces.

I cut the Oval from Seaglass and stamped the Happy Thanksgiving with chocolate.

I stamped an A2 Tangerine card base with the same sentiment using Tangerine.

I adhered the turkey, popping him up with Adhesive foam to add some dimension. A few flowers and a bow tie ribbon were added. Don't miss out on this great die!

Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, September 21, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving Box featuring The Stamps of Life

Hi there!

Today I am sharing a box that features the new Happy Thanksgiving die released from The Stamps of Life.

I began by cutting two pieces of patterned paper from my Handle box die and adhering them together. What a fun, fast, easy box! 

I die cut a few leaves and blended some ink around the edges. I cut Happy Thanksgiving from Chocolate and Gingersnap card stock. Lastly,  I tied on a piece of seam binding

I will use this to hold a small hostess gift this year. Thanks for stopping by!