My friend Mary Anne found a picture of some wrapping paper: various Christmas words against a plank background, and shared it with me for inspiration. I decided to see how I could translate that into a card. I ended up with 2 of them!
supplies: red, green, and white cardstock, plank background and red plaid patterned paper, Winnie & Walter In a Word: Home cutaway, Tim Holtz Mini Holiday Greens die, various snowflake dies, sentiment pieced from various Christmas stamps, Hero Arts metallic dots
I first die-cut the pine sprigs and word and inlaid them on my plank background, then stamped the rest of my sentiment and overlaid the snowflakes. To get some more red into the design, I added metallic dots to the snowflake centers.
This next one is pretty similar, but I just glued on all of the die-cuts. (Lining up solid dies onto the background so that they were straight proved to be too much for me.)
supplies: red and green cardstock, various patterned Christmas papers, another woodgrain background, Wplus9 Seasonal Sentiments dies, Paper Smooches Holly dies, Taylored Expressions Winter Flurry embossing folder, Lawn Fawn twine
Embossing the whole thing wasn't in the original plan, but I like the little bit of extra dimension it adds. What do you think?
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