Sunday, December 30, 2018

Vintage Holiday card

Hello I have a vintage holiday card for you over at Blank Page Muse.
Come see how I made it here.
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Monday, December 24, 2018

New Stamps

So over at Lost Coast Design they have a slue of new stamps. I have a tag and a card I made with 2 of the new stamps.

These are so fun. 

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Midway reminder

Just a reminder for you. There is still time to enter the Lost Coast Challenge of Cold and Frosty.
 I have made some gift tags for the reminder.

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Snowflake card

I have made a quick snowflake card using a die and Blank Page Muse stamps.
Stamps I used: let it snow

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Gray SnowWolf Card

Hello all can you believe it is December already. The year went so fast. Well over at Lost Coast Portal blog it is Cold and Frosty. Well for the challenge it is.
 The stamps I used:
Snowflake set

Come over to the blog to see how I made this one.

Sunday, December 2, 2018

Snow Queens, Giftcard bags and Paris Postcard oh my!

Hello all I'm all over today. I have a few different things to share with you.
Items Used:
Snow Queens
Wonderful Watercolors
Dear Santa 
Christmas Magic
Paris Flea Market digital stamps
Fashion Forms
Winter is coming
For this one I made a Artist Trading Coin. I used winter is coming as the base Then I added Snow Queen to the center. I then used Scripted  ATC and changed it to blue writing and erased some parts of it to look grungy. Added some snow and the title Snow Queen and done.

 This one is my Paris postcard. I used the Wonderful Watercolors for the background and I used
Paris Flea Market digital stamps Fashion Forms. Then I added some ink drops from the top add to the inky-ness of the postcard.
I made some gift card bags. I used Christmas Magic for all of them. I started out by added a image to the front of the bags and gluing them down. Then I added some washi tape to them. They are small bags to you don't have to add a lot.

 Next I made these tag toppers. I got the idea From Tim Holtz when he was showing his Christmas Hacks. I then went through the other images on the Christmas Magic sheets and punched out images that went with the image I glued on the front of the bag.  I made 3 bags all the same way.

 For this one I added some die cut snowflakes because I didn't have any washi tape to match the image I had on the front.

This is the backs of all 3 of the tags I did. I used Dear Santa  to just add a little bit more to the tag then just white paper.

I hope you enjoyed what I have made for you. Don't forget to check every day on the Gecko Galz blog for a new idea from a different DT.

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Ticket die ornament

Hello all. We are having a blog hop for Blank Page Muse this month.
What I'm sharing is a ticket die ornament with you.

Stamp Used :
Poinsettia flower by Pam Bray

Other Supplies Used:
ticket die
110lb cardstock
pattern paper
Tim Holtz Christmas ephemera
seam binding for ribbon
Copic markers
glue stick
distress ink
black ink
 So I started out with the cardstock and cut 2 tickets. Glued together. Next get some pattern paper and cut 1 ticket from it. Glue to the cardstock base you just made. Edge with distress ink.
 Then on white cardstock stamp out Poinsettia flower by Pam Bray and color with Copic markers. Cut out. Then add gold glitter to center. Set aside.
 Go through the ephemera and pick out some pieces that go well together. Edge with distress ink and glue onto ticket.
When done adding the layers of ephemera add the Poinsettia flower by Pam Bray you cut out to the middle of the ticket.
Then add the stars to the bottom. Punch holes on top to add seam ribbon (that you dyed to match) so you can hang the ornament on tree.
There is your ornament.  If you leave a comment on every blog hop post you could win a grab bag of stamps. Here is where you start and end.