Guess it's that time again, hey?
Here's an little idea for a card & box set
using a sweet ol' MFT stamp called Merry Kissmas
Or if you prefer digital, you can find it here.
The image is cut out & stuck onto a heat embossed background
and a torn piece of white cardstock for a hill.
The little girl's coat & the snowman's hat are paper pieced (old S.U. paper)
The card base is 14o lb watercolour paper embossed with
a large Cuttlebug folder (the Winter Wonderland set)
The matching gift box:
Just a super simple box made with pale blue & red cardstock to fit a gift
and a little snowflake embellishment on the bow made from the
EK Success/Martha Stewart snowflake punch & a crystal.
The mistletoe is fancied up with teensy pearl beads stitched on
& shaded with grey marker to make them stand out:
The mistletoe leaves are cut out so that they look clean against
the heat embossed snowy background.
The snow heat embossing effect was made this way...
2) Sprinkle loose white embossing powder over the sky & heat it from behind to set it in place (but not have the air from the heat gun blow the loose powder away).
There's a full pictorial for the sprinkled heat embossing here:
Thanks for having a look. Hope you
get a chance to craft today,
Bye Bye Mean Old Mister Migraine Monster!
It always seems to be scent or chemical triggers, for me. Now, we use only baking soda, vinegar, Doctor Bronner's all-in-one Castille soap, and ultra green shampoo & conditioner by Carina (grapefruit & deep conditioner) which surprisingly has made my hair 10 times nicer). But finding the right dishwasher soap has been problematic... Anywho, just thought I would share all this in hopes that it might help some of you fellow sufferers out.