Saturday, November 23, 2013

Deck the Halls

I fought myself the entire time not to add anything but since I was going for minimalist, that's just what I did.  I used a simple leaf branch punch and some circles.  The window was a file I had made for my mom and saved so I thought I'd use it here.  I placed the window on with dimensionals.

Santa Claus is coming to town!

I saw this mantle decor piece for sale at Terrys Village(Here) and fell in love.  I used the photo to trace into my Silhouette software to come up with this.  It's a pretty intricate cut but it did really well.  The moon is just a circle of cream cardstock and the blue background is embossed with the Swiss Dots folder. I'll probably add a sentiment later depending on who I send it to.

White Poinsettia

For this card, I combined three other cards I had seen on the web for ideas.  I  found a line drawing of the poinsettia and made a cut file.  I added some veins with my scorer.  The leaves were from a photo of a poinsettia leaf that I converted into a silhouette and the yellow are just dots.  I embossed the top and bottom with the same folder and added a few score lines.  As usual, I have no sentiment stamps so I just printed it.

Friday, November 22, 2013


I really can't stand photos where I have to use flash.  In this case, the blue square was embossed with plaid and it couldn't be seen in any other photo.  I just used my score pad to make the plaid pattern.

Merry Kissmas

This one I fell in love with and the shape is from the Silhouette store and the idea is from their blog.  I rarely buy any shapes, but I really love this one.  I haven't put a sentiment on it yet....not sure if I will.

Embossed Squares

I saw something similar on Pinterest so I through my own take on it.  I have these small embossing folders (less than 2" each) that I thought would look cute,


OK, So it's been a very busy couple of months (including one vacation) so I haven't posted in awhile.  I will make up for it today :D.


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