Last weekend I attended another fun and busy meeting of the Vancouver Island Stampin’ Up! demonstrators for a delightful day full of crafts, friends, and learning. I participated in a Christmas card swap (stay tuned to see the beautiful cards I received!), and as usual there were several make-and-take projects.
This fun gift item by Barb uses the Cup of Christmas bundle and holds two mini Tic-Tac containers. What a great stocking stuffer!
This gorgeous card by Carolyn shows how you can use a non-Christmas stamp set (Good Morning Magnolia) to create a Christmas card. We used aqua painters to create a whitewash on the flowers, then sponge-daubed Cherry Cobbler ink to create the red centres. I’ll be demonstrating this technique in an upcoming video, so stay tuned!
This charming moose card by Erica is so fun and simple! The snow in the background is from Peaceful Boughs.
Susan showed us how to make this terrific gift card holder. Perfect Christmas gift! The Wrapped in Plaid suite makes decorating the outside quick and easy.
Christmas cards in non-traditional colours are one of my favourite things, and this card by Adrienne showcases that perfectly!
This card by Lynne is a great way to show off DSP, and a terrific way to use up scraps. Great layout!
And finally, this detailed card by Karen features a really cool technique – can you guess how the magic is done?
Which one of these cards is your favourite? Drop me a comment below and let me know!
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