Sorry I forgot to post this earlier on Sunday so here it is now. The day just got away from me. It rained pretty much all day. Ryan had his last driving lesson with the instructor and she took him on the course where he will actually take his driving test for his license. He did it all in the pouring rain including all the parking and she said he did great on every thing. His test is Friday afternoon. Then I came home and wrapped Christmas presents – I’m almost done with everything that I already bought. Now I just have a little bit more to buy.
More Christmas card ideas for you.
Scentsational Season Bundle, First Edition Designer Paper, Early Espresso and Sugar & Spice Embossing Powder.
Card idea from Kimberly van Diepen
Two things I did on this card – I mixed the Early Espresso and Sugar & Spice Embossing powders together and then used them on the Gingerbread Men. And I used a sponge to rub Crumb Cake ink on my white baker’s twine to give it a more vanilla/vintage look to it.
Scentsational Season Bundle, Red Glimmer Paper, Woodgrain Embossing folder.
Card shared by Cindy Schuster
One of her tricks was to use a red sharpie to color the rhinestones which are his buttons.
Frosty Friends, Greetings of the Season, Snow Festival Designer Series Paper
Swap card from Anne Granger
I love the pearl snowballs that the snowmen have in their hands!
Winter Memories, Cherry Cobbler Tulle, Candlelight Christmas Designer Series paper
swap card by Barbara Lash
You can’t see it well in this photo but the ice skates are glittery and embossed so they sparkle and shine!
Chock Full of Cheer stamp set, Be of Good Cheer Designer Series paper, Rhinestones, Gumball Green ribbon
swap card by Wendy Randall
I love how she used the candy cane stamp to create the J and Y in the word JOY.
I hope you enjoyed today’s cards.