Joy Ornament

My mojo is working tonight!!!
I did the ornament a couple days ago and put the rest of the card together tonight in about a half an hour - that's the quickest I've ever put a card together!!
I saw this ornament done this way on Dreaming About Rubber Stamps by Darlene McCallum (click here to view) and knew I had to make one. I stamped the ornament three times. The one in green I added sparkles; punched them out with their very own ornament punch; scored and folded them down the middle and glued them together. The DP is from last year - can't find the name of it. I added some bling and a sentiment and Voila!!

Silver and Blue

Here's Dasher heat embossed in silver, matted with Brilliant Blue and again in a textured silver paper I had. The front of the card is embossed with my handy dandy Cuttlebug Dots. I then took a piece of the new Bride DP and edged it with Martha Stewart's snowflake punch, put a bow on it (from Michaels, I think) and then layered Brocade Blue CS behind the snowflakes.


Holiday Trees

With the last card being so finiky, I thought I would do simple one.
Stamped ands cut out the trees, then heat embossed with chunky clear embossing powder. Popped them up on a green mulberry paper, which is on creamy caramel CS on really rust CS. Using cc ink, I stamped and stamped off snowflakes, as I did with the star. The sentiment is in cc ink as well, with some chocolate around it. Add some red bling and voila, it's done!!


Happy Holidays

I saw a white card the other day and thought I must try that. And here it is.

White and silver ribbon around embossed white CS layered on silver CS.

The sentiment is painstakingly cut out - both layers!! It was pretty finiky cutting around all those swirls. Under that I used a spellbinders shape (not sure what it's called but I'm sure you recognize it). I really like how it came out.