I have some more Christmas cards for you today, which I have made using
Craftangles christmas stamps in combination with stamps and dies from other companies.
For the first card, I used the Christmas tree die from Stampendous and
embossing folders from Cuttlebug.
I saw this peekaboo style card on Instagram and was inspired by it.
I first cut out the tree and the embossed the card panel.
I then drew out the tree onto another panel of card stock and stamped the Santa image from the Craftangles ‘Santa Claus’ stamp set to fit into the tree.
Once coloured the trimmed the stamped card stock to fit the embossed card stock and
adhered them together using double sided foam tape.
I then stamped and cut the sentiment to fit at the base of the tree and
finished the card by adding the red embossed panel and Craftangles metallic green sequins.
For the second card, I wanted to make something super quick and easy.
I started by using the Impression Obsession door die to create and embossed background panel.
I then cut the lawn fawn mini wreath and bow to ‘hang’ on the door.
I then stamped the sentiment (from the Craftangles ‘Seasons greetings stamp set) on matching white card stock and tore the edges to create some interest.
I finished the card with some self adhesive gemstones for some bling and shine!
The next two cards started out as experiment, which fortunately turned out well!!
For the first card, I stamped the Santa (Craftangles ‘Merry Christmas’ stamp set), onto kraft cardstock.
I then used Faber Castell colour pencils to colour the Santa and used a Stampin’Up blender pen to blend the colours. I then added the highlights and snow using a Signo white gel pen.
I finished the panel by adding a vellum panel with a white heat embossed sentiment
from Lawn Fawn.
I mounted the panel on a black card base…as you may have noticed, my current favourite thing to so this season!!
For the last card, I stamped and masked the Christmas ornament from the Craftangles ‘Christmas ornament’ stamp set on a piece of white card stock. I then stamped another ornament behind it.
I stamped the sentiments on the ornaments, and then coloured them with watercolours and watercolour pencils.
I then cut out the two panels using Simon Says Stamp stitched dies.
I then added a sentiment from the Craftangles ‘seasons greetings’ stamp set,
which, I cut apart in order to stamp the entire sentiment in one line.
I then added some black jute twine to finish the card.
I hope you enjoyed reading about my process and that you will give these stamps a try!
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a great day!