Pink & Blue Christmas Cards

Here's a non-traditional color Christmas Card. All images on this card are attached to a transparency sheet. The Pretty In Pink cardstock is inside the Transparency card and attached with the ribbon. I just embossed some scrap Whisper White with the Versamark Pad and Iridescent Ice EP then punched out the Snow Blossoms. I did the same with the tree. For the joy I just used some 2 way glue and Dazzling Diamonds Glitter. I also embossed the snowflake O in Joy with Detail White EP.

Here's a little snowman I made with some punches. His body is made with the 1 3/8", 1 1/4 & 1" Circle Punches. His hat is made with the Word Window Punch and the 3/4" Square punch. The berries and leaves are made with the Double Circle punch and some Apple Grosgrain (retired) ribbon I cut to look like leaves. His eyes and buttons are also made with the Double Circle punch. His nose was made with the 3/4" square punch then I just cut off one corner. His mouth is made with the 1" Circle Punch then I moved the punch down a little after the first punch and punched again. His arms are made with the Word Window punch too. I did the same thing as I did for the mouth. The coloring on the Let It Snow stamp is really bad. I'm not a great colorer (is that a word?). I'll probably remove it and start over. I just colored right on the stamp with my Basic Black Marker and omitted the snowman head. Then added a Snow Blossom Punch which is embossed with Iridescent Ice as well as the snowman. I just embossed some scrap Whisper White with the Versamark Pad then punched out the Snow Blossom for the word SNOW.

3 Wonderful Comments:

My Paper World said...

Great cards, I love them both, especially your cute glittery snowman!

Courtney Fowler said...

Bad colorer? You're nuts. It looks great to me! Also, I love the pink for Christmas!

Linda said...

Lorraine, I love these cards.
I received the wonderful blog candy today---even nicer than I remember. Thank you so much! I cannot wait to start making cards tonight so I can use all of the supplies.
Thanks so much, you made my day much brighter.
Linda Peterson

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