Friday, November 5, 2010

Simple snowflake

Happy Friday... I have two cards to share with you today, both are of the K.I.S.S./CAS variety. The first one I just love. I used my SU snowflake punch, and very simple details. I layered my very vanilla punched panel on top of a cherry cobbler panel, so it would show through. I took my perforating tool, and gently ran it over my early esspresso pad to ink it up, than added the dotted lines to make the snow flake look like an ornament, than finished it off by adding a vanilla button, laced with some early espresso 1/8 ribbon. I stamped my sentiment using Sincere Salutations, a set that I always over look. Super quick, and cute to boot!

This next one I found while checking out a good friends blog! (Thanks Penny!) I used the same LO, just changed up the stamps. I actually created Dashers background, by stamping my "C" block directly into my Baja Breeze stamp pad. I then stamped Dasher on top of that image. I outlined the edge of the  stamped block with two way glue and Dazzling diamonds. Another super quick, and cute one! Don't ya just love them! Thanks for stopping by, and taking a peek! :) Details below -

Snowflake card -
Stamps - Scincere Salutations
Paper - Early Espresso, Very vanilla, Cherry Cobbler
Ink - Early Espresso
Access - snow flake punch, perforating tool, 1/8 early espresso ribbon, vanilla button, glue dot

Dasher card -
Stamps - Scincere Salutations, C block, Dasher
Paper - Crumb cake, whisper white, cherry cobbler
Ink - baja breeze, early espresso
Access - spiral punch, twoway glue, Dazzling diamonds, dimensional dots, 1/8 eraly espresso ribbon


Emma said...

Goodness me this are so divine. It's not enough to say they are sublimely elegant :D

Pam said...

Oh my gosh. I am in love with that ornament card. I am running for my perforating tool. Heather, you are a genius!

ajoyfullife said...

I second that - genious! I am totally casing the snowflake card as my own Christmas card this year. Hope you don't mind :) It will be quick and easy to put together, yet beautiful. Thanks!