More Christmas

More Christmas

It's Brenda, with a little more Christmas Cheer for you.  These cards feature images, both digital stamps and Cutables,  from the  July releases in The Cat's Pajamas store.

The first card features Ski Bunny  along with the beautiful, intricate Snowflake Cutables.  It started with an A2 white card blank and a die cut design paper piece.  The Bunny was simply sized with Pages, printed with my inkjet printer and colored with Copic markers. The image was die cut and layered on design paper.  He was popped up onto the the center of the white card base.

The snowflakes cut file were imported and sized with  Silhouette Design Studio and cut from glitter paper using an electronic cutter.  They were glued into place around the Bunny as shown.  I absolutely love that you can create any size snowflake your heart desires.  

The sentiment is from the Penguin Sleigh digi.  It was printed on vellum and stayed wet long enough for me to heat emboss.  This was popped onto the corner of the card.  Just a bit of Stickles were added here and there for a little more sparkle.

The next card is super simple, which is just what you need when you are trying to build that Christmas stash and time is at a premium, right?  I just loved the beautiful script "Joy" from Santa Gnomie and thought it would look great oversized and sparkly.

This card started with an A7 card blank.  I using an embossing folder to add a little texture to a white panel.  "Joy" was imported into Silhouette  Design Studio and sized to be 4 inches high.  The electronic cutting machine cut it beautifully.   It was mounted onto the base with glue and a little extra sparkle was added with sequins.

I hope you are having as much fun creating with the new cut files and digital stamps as I am.  Really, the sky is the limit when it comes to possibilities.

I've got one more chance to remind you of the super sale that is going on for only 2 more days.  Get your stamps and die cut  goodies while you can over at the TCP store!  Thanks so much for popping in!

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