Friday, October 31, 2014

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Hello friends! Happy Friday for all of you! I hope you don't mind me showing a Christmas card today, I am not a Halloween fan and I think this project is a lot prettier {wink, wink} I have been under the weather, dealing with a very heavy heart and some difficult situations, I am trusting in the Lord, leaving all the heavy weigh and concerns in His hands.

So, let me show you this super cute 3D Christmas card!! Love it very much, the Ultimate Tool is the perfect tool!!

Here are the details:



What do you think? I really loved the results, it can be displayed  as well.

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Have a fantastic day.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Thankful for



Hello friends! Today, I want to share with you a very simple card with beautiful details. At first, my idea was to create a Thanksgiving invite, I was working on that, then I thought why not to make a card where you can write down all the things you are thankful for!  I think this can be a great game/ family time idea to do after your Thanksgiving dinner, and then we all can have the time to talk and give thanks.

So, here are the details:
  • Start die-cutting a couple of the big dies from Top Dog Dies Cherish Doilies and Tags set. Score them and adhere them to a piece of White cardstock (4.5" square).
  • Add piece to a 5" x 6" burgundy cardstock. Then die-cut Give Thanks in gold cardstock from Top Dog Dies Give Thanks Die Set, add sentiment to bottom part of burgundy piece.



  • Then, die-cut Top Dog Dies Fall Foliage Set in white cardstock, or you can do it from color cardstock. Color or sponge the leaves as you want to. Here I colored the leaves with Spectrum Noir markers, I used: LG2, DG3, GB7, DR6, Acorn TN5, TN8 and then all edges sponges with Aged Mahogany and Peeled Paint Distress Inks.

  • Add raffia around card and add foliage leaves , then make a bow and you  "Thankful for" note card is ready!


Dies used for this project:


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Hope you like it!
Have a fantastic day.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Heartfelt Creations October Alumni Blog Hop

Hello friends! Welcome to another Heartfelt Creations Alumni Blog Hop! This time I have a "Clean and Simple" Christmas card for you. I wanted to create something that maybe you could mass produce and send to your special family and friends!

So, I started stamping this pretty image from Winter Season Set on a piece of white cardstock in Versamark ink, then added gold embossing powder and heat set, this panel is 4.25" square. I matted this on a gold piece of paper 4.5" square. My card base is 5" square.
The sentiment is from Holiday Script Background, I masked the sentiment around the "Holy night" one, then used Versamark ink and gold embossing powder. Die-cut it and emboss it with Circle dies.
Added it to card with foam adhesive.
Finally, I die-cut a couple of snow flakes from Banner and Tree Die Set in gold cardstock, mounted them together and added it to card. Just to give it a little bit of color, I colored the ribbon and lights.



Here is the list of participants:


Don't forget to leave a comment in ALL the blogs participating in this hop for your chance to win a $25 Gift Certificate to Heartfelt Creations Store!
You have until October 31st midnight (Eastern Time) to leave a comment. Good luck!!

Hope you like my project.
Have a great day and have fun hopping!

Monday, October 27, 2014

Bebunni Giveaway Winner!!

Thanks so much to all who enter the Bebunni Giveaway!!

And the winner is:


Blogger Stephanie said...
Very cute, love the sparkles.
October 22, 2014 at 2:22 PM
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Stephanie, please send me your contact info at: giovanachavez @ msn DOT com


Friday, October 24, 2014

Sweet 'n Sassy "Christmas Blog Hop"

Hello friends! Welcome to a fun Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Christmas Blog Hop, for this special occasion I created 2 cards using the set I chose for this hop which is "Poinsettia Stamp" and "Poinsettia Die"


Red Poinsettia: This card was very simple, details to take note are the panel under the vellum piece was spray with green and red mist, then added a piece of vellum on top and red cardstock on the bottom and added stitches. Stamped the sentiment in Brown Archival ink, then added burlap and twine. The poinsettia was colored with Spectrum Noir markers. Final touches are the pearls and liquid pearls on the center of flower.


Pink Poinsettia: This card is super simple!! I stitched 2 pieces of patterned paper, added a little of leftover burlap and stamp the sentiment on a banner. The poinsettia was colored with Spectrum Noir pencils. Final touch just added sequins and liquid pearls to the center of flower.


 I'm sure you have your own favorite Christmas stamp set, so we're inviting you to create a Christmas greeting and add it to the gallery by clicking the Linky Tool below!  Of course there will be a PRIZE for those who decide to join us.  You have until Thursday, October 30th, 2014 at midnight EST to upload your creation.  We will randomly select one lucky participant to receive a $10 gift code to be used at the Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Store!  The winner will be posted on the Sweet 'n Sassy Blog on Friday, October 31st.

Hope you like my projects.
Thanks so much for stopping by.

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