This card was created and sent to me by my friend, Ruth. She used layering circle dies to cut the circles and then attached them to alternating sides of the gates so that they interconnect. Isn't that clever? Have you tried this technique? I haven't, but I will have to try it one of these days. Maybe it would be cute on a Valentine's day card with hearts?
Have you looked in your stash of stamps to see what you have that you could create Christmas cards with? I did, and this is what I came up with. I found the Layered Letters Alphabet stamp set and created this Tuesday Tutorial for you.
This card, created by my friend Cathy, uses the Stampin' Up! stamp set, Bootiful Occasions which is now retired. This would be the type of boots I would get if I were to get fancy snow boots! Love the red color ☺
Here's a card that my friend Jeannie created. She really enjoys stamping everything Southwestern. She used puff paint on the flowers on this card. A nice way to add dimension.
Have you ever used puff paint on a card? It is fun, but I don't know if you can get it at local stores any more. I used to have it and used it on several cards. It is fun for woolly sheep and snow scenes.
This is a stamp set that my friends with trailers and 5th wheels will like. It is Autumn, so I did choose colors that go with the season. This does used quite a few different colors of ink. I also used glossy paper. Stampin' Up! used to sell glossy paper, but they retired it. I believe you can still get it at your local craft store. The technique works the best with glossy paper.
Here's a fall friendship card I created with the Basket of Wishes stamp set and the A World of Thanks background stamp. It is fairly simple and includes the emboss resist technique. So, get out your heat tool, embossing powder, sponges and Aqua painters and join me in this Tuesday Tutorial!