Hey Everyone! I hope your week is going well so far! It should be because it is already Wednesday and here that means time for a new video! So, I created this holiday card to share with you. It's full of read and cream and a pop of turquoise for some fun!
Check out that felt and cardstock embellishment I created with Spellbinders' die templates. You can create an endless amount of elements using dies, including basic shapes, tags, borders, shaped cards, embellishments, and even mini albums. The world is yours with die templates and that's why I enjoy using them so much.
I created a custom focal point using dies to make a decorative envelope-type element.
As I mentioned yesterday, I just reached the 300,000 hit mark on my blog and I'm continuing to celebrate my gratitude for my blog readers and browsers, so I have arranged another giveaway for the week. The blog giveaway prize contents are shared in the video. Please make sure you review the rules below. You must comment on this blog post to enter to win (not YouTube, Facebook or Twitter).
*Please note: I will ship prize to contest winners around the first week of December, if not sooner. This allows me to make one trip to the Post Office, instead of multiple trips.
Stamps :: Waltzingmouse Stamps - seasons of love, vintage circles (small)
Ink :: Close to My Heart - bamboo, cranberry; Stampin' Up! - chocolate chip; Ranger - antique linen, vintage photo; Papertrey Ink - vintage cream
Cardstock :: Papertrey Ink - vintage cream, kraft
Patterned Paper :: Papertrey Ink - bitty dots
Embellishments :: Kaisercraft - rhinestones; Papertrey Ink - vintage cream twill tape, hawaiian shores felt, linen felt
Tools :: Spellbinders - S4-293 lacey circles, S4-286 2010 snowflake pendant, S4-141 petite scalloped ovals SM, S4-139 petite ovals LG, S4-114 standard circles LG, GC-001 grand calibur; We R Memory Keepers - corner chomper
Thanks so much! Take care.