Christmas Digital Delights

Christmas Digital Delights

Scandi Christmas Card
I don't want to freak anyone out, but do you realized there are only 48 more days until Christmas?  Itʻs Brenda here still working on my Christmas stash using some of the new sets from the November release.

My first card is a fancy fold called a Triple Floating Diamond Card (you can find tutorials all over the web).  I thought it would show off the cute images from Scandi Santa SVG/Digistamp.  I started by printing and cutting Santa and his deer and then created a little scene for them using Snowflake Cutables and patterned papers.   I used the retired Happy Holidays die here, but you can find the same sentiment in Holiday Sayings Digi/SVG.  Enamel dots were added here and there, and we have another card for the stash.  

Christmas Postcard Digi

I loved the Christmas Postcard Digi the minute I saw it (which by the way is a freebie)!  I thought it would be fun to make it look like a real postcard by creating a little scene on the front.  I used Scandi Santa SVG/Digistamp again along with Vintage Postal Stamps SVG/Digistamps and Silhouette Studio to put everything together.

Christmas Postcard Digi
I printed the postcard digi onto #100 cardstock and the little scene onto #20 copy paper that was pre-printed with a digital distressed looking background.  I glued the copy paper image onto the postcard printed cardstock, cut off the excess, rounded the corners and added a bit of ink around the edge for aging.  Easy peasy.  This would make a great tag, party invite, or card.  What might you use it for?
Tickets SVG/Digistamps
Lastly, I challenged myself to use the new Tickets SVG/Digistamps (Iʻm still pretty much a rookie at digital stuff).  It was really pretty easy to create these fun holiday tickets using Silhouette Studio and digital images from Scandi Santa SVG/Digistamp, Holiday Words Digi/SVG, and Fall Foliage SVG/Digi.  The Thanksgiving sentiment was computer generated.  Just think of all you might do with this set!
I canʻt wait to add these tickets to a Christmas journal or maybe use them as place cards. They would even make good gift tags or "coupon" or "IOU" gift books.  I'm looking forward to playing with them more.
If you don't was to design the ticket yourself, you might want to consider using Vintage Holiday Tickets SVG/Digistamps.  They already come with decorated.  You can print on your choice of background or use just as they are all yummy and vintage looking.
Hereʻs a look at the new products Iʻve used today -
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