I'm dreaming of a White Christmas. I know, I know, it's much too early for that but I have been working on Christmas cards so I did turn on some Christmas music last week.This card was made using the White Christmas stamp set. I added a little Dazzling Diamonds for that glittery snow look. The base of the card is Soft Sky with layer of Black under the White stamped pieces to help those White layers pop just a bit more. I colored the images with Crumb Cake and Cherry Cobbler Markers.
This is the final card from this month's Christmas Stamp-a-Stack Class. We used the Bright & Beautiful Stamp Set. The top star is stamped with Versa Mark and embossed with White Embossing Powder on Gold Metallic cardstock. The star underneath is stamped with Cherry Cobbler ink on Natural White cardstock. The stars are cut out with the Star Framelits and layers with dimensionals. The designer paper is from the Under the Tree designer paper.
I love this Holiday Home stamp set. At first glance it looks like a set you can do without — seriously what would I stamp a house for. Oh, you are so wrong — this is one of the best stamp sets in the Holiday Catalog. It works for so many different events or seasons.
This card was another from my Christmas Stamp-a-Stack class. The "snowflake" looking paper is from the Under the Tree designer paper. I stamped the trees with the White Christmas stamp set on Whisper White cardstock. I stamped the tree on a piece of Crumb Cake cardstock and cut it out using the coordinating framelit. I colored the roof and door of the house with the Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities and then popped it up on dimensionals. This card is pretty quick and easy and your family would love to receive this in the mail.