This is a bigger card- 5″ x 5″. I wanted to use the whole Petal Patterns die cuts and I thought with that big Santa, it worked! Using Real Red and Very Vanilla, they look like poinsettias!
The Santa is from the Traditions of St. Nick DSP. I die cut him with the St. Nick dies. The green paper behind the Petal Patterns dies is also the Traditions of St. Nick DSP.
For the Rhinestones, I colored the small ones with the Real Red Blends, and the big ones with the Mossy Meadow Blends. I put the big ones on top of the hollow center of the Petal Patterns top layer. The small ones on the solid center.
Here’s the measurements for the card:
Very Vanilla 5″ x 10″ scored at 5″
Traditions of St. Nick DSP 5″ x 4″
Real Red and Vanilla for the Petal Patterns dies 5″ x 5″
Scraps of Very Vanilla for the sentiment, which is from the Joy to You stamp set.
Don’t forget! I have PDF Tutorial for the Saint Nicholas! 4 cards I won’t share anywhere else! You can see it Here!
I showed this card in my last video- the one about using tissue paper. This card uses the tissue paper as a background.
I used Gorgeous Grape, Fresh Freesia and Blackberry Bliss ink on the plastic this time. As I glued it to the Basic White, it tore in some places. I took some of my tissue paper I used for the leaves and filled the holes.
Watch this video- I show how I did that:
The skeleton and the dog skeleton were stamped with Versa on Glow in the Dark paper. I embossed with silver embossing powder.
The cat is from the Them Bones DSP.
The tombstone was die cut with Basic Gray. The middle of it is Glow in the Dark paper stamped with Blackberry Bliss (a Tricks & Treats stamp) and then heat embossed with clear powder.
The grass is Basic Gray die cut with the grass die in Bag of Bones.
Jack-o-Laterns are the best! When my kids were little, pumpkin carving was a huge part of Halloween.
This card was pretty easy. I stamped the pumpkins four times with Pumpkin Pie on Basic White cardstock. I added the faces to three, and the sentiment on one. I only needed one stem since they are stacked on top of each other.
The background was first colored with Balmy Blue and a Blending Brush. I then stamped the leaves on the bottom with Garden Green. I then embossed the whole thing with the Raindrops embossing folder.
Added the pumpkins with Dimensionals, done!
Pumpkin Pie 4-1/4″ x 11″ scored at 5-1/2″
Basic White 4-1/8″ x 5-3/8″
Scraps of Basic White.
New PDF! Pick of the Patch! 4 cards- all have different sentiments. One is for Halloween, the others for thank you, blessings, etc. You can see it here!
The All About Autumn suite is so dang pretty. One of the best papers I’ve ever seen! This card took me about 10 minutes.
Copper Clay 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″
All About Autumn DSP (for the background) 5-3/8″ x 4-1/8″
All About Autumn DSP (the green one) 5/8″ x 4-1/8″
Scraps of Very Vanilla
Scraps of Pecan Pie
Scraps of All About Autumn DSP (for the leaf)
Step by Step:
Die cut the leaf with the DSP paper.
Die cut the midrib (the middle part of the leaf) with Pecan Pie cardstock. Glue to the leaf.
Glue the 5/8″ DSP on the bottom right of the background DSP.
Stamp the “with a grateful heart” on the DSP background paper with Versamark. Emboss with gold embossing powder. Heat.
Stamp the “to have you as a friend” on Very Vanilla with Copper Clay ink. Die cut with one of the Autumn Leaves dies. Glue below the grateful heart sentiment.
Add the leaf to the card with Dimensionals.
Add the Speckled Dots.
OK, when I first got this suite out to make stuff with it, I struggled a little. I just couldn’t come up with ideas. Then! I came up with tons! I have a few I’ll share with you, but I also have 4 that I will not share anywhere and have a PDF Tutorial for them! You can see it HERE