This year I have a goal of making enough Christmas cards throughout the year to be able to participate in a holiday craft fair. If not, at least make enough to send to everyone on my list without having to stress in December. Fingers crossed!
This card was started on Thanksgiving day, but I didn’t get very far and that is a good thing. The next day my nephew and I hit the craft store and since the line was long we were wasting a bit of time so that it could die down a bit and we were looking at the embossing powders. They had this awesome Christmas red but no green we liked, so I still need a green. I am glad however it took me until I had the powder to finish the card!
I am hopeless. It’s ok. I am always on the lookout for awesome digi sites and I found one! Well, I went to get a Thanksgiving digi today…does the image on this card look like a turkey? That’s because Gina has no control when she sees a sprite in a pumpkin costume with a kitty, and totally forgot what she was supposed to be doing because of the cuteness. read more
Working on this card today made me wish that I was at the pumpkin patch. Hopefully, we will make it out there sometime soon. It just isn’t fall without a visit. read more
I finally feel like this card really shows off one of the reasons that the oxide inks excite me so much! It is so little, but the green balloon string that is stamped on top of the pink balloon, the fact that it doesn’t blend into the pink balloon but holds its own. I could blend them, but they also can hold up on their own, that is just exciting (to me, and possibly only to me). read more
How could I not fall in love with this image? The fact that the book is magically coming to life while she is reading it? I want to slip this card in a gift book for someone! read more