Once again I was crunched for time, but I was able to find some lovely cards to CASE or be inspired by for the December card class selections.
Snowflake Ornament Card using Masking and Remasking Technique
For the life of me I can't find the You Tube video I watched to learn this technique, but it wasn't that hard. The idea basically was to stamp your image. Then cut into the cardstock portion you want to "hang out" on top over your framelit, then run the rest through the big shot. Then fussy cut the hanging over portion just how you want it.
I didn't write down who inspired me for this card, if it's you, please let me know.
Hello Honey, Basic Black and Very Vanilla cardstocks, Oval Framelit and Big Shot, plus the Cozy Christmas stamp set, and matching Home for Christmas Designer Series Paper.
Same with this quick and easy card. Season of Cheer Designer Series Paper, Jingle All the Way stamp set, foil doily, 2" and 2-1/2" circle punches, and distressed dots embossing folder. Whisper White and Real Red cardstock.
My friend, Sharon, gave me one of these at OnStage in Vancouver so I couldn't resist making more.
Snowman Nugget Treat
This isn't as hard as it looks, Do use the super sticky double sided tape with the red removable side. Also I highly recommend using the bone folder to soften the 1" strips that go around the bag. You can use your fingers to curve and soften the handles.
How to Make a Box-Bag
Merry Christmas to one and all!