For my first card I kept it very CAS. This would be a great card to mass produce for your Christmas cards. I cut the square using a Spellbinders die. I added just a touch of color to the sprig with Copic markers and added the Christmas Wishes sentiment. I stamped both of these high enough on the square to give me room for the twine bow. I finished by adding some texture to the kraft cardstock.
Next is a card I did using the new snowflake stamp. I created a space for my Christmas Wishes sentiment by cutting a piece of printer paper and putting it across my card to create a mask. Then I randomly stamped the snowflake being sure that some of them went over the mask. I added some light blue color with a Copic marker. To finish it off I added a score line on the top and bottom of my masked area and added a jute bow.
For this card I used a Spellbinders die and cut a square in my Desert Orange cardstock. I stamped this beautiful image on the white card base then colored it with my Copics and added a few pearls to make it more elegant. I added the Thinking Of You sentiment then attached the Desert Orange cardstock to my white card base with foam tape.
For my final card, I wanted to show you how you can take the beautiful image I used on the previous card, and make something more elaborate with it. When I first saw this stamp the first thing I thought of was Folk Art. I went online and found some images and pulled my colors from there. I had so much fun creating this pattern. I didn't want to take away from the pattern with my sentiment so I created a side panel with Leaf Green paper and stamped the Happy Birthday virtical.
Don't forget about the amazing giveaways! You have two chances to win each day. Paulina will randomly be picking one comment from the DeNami blog as well as one comment from the blogs featured today. So be sure to leave a comment here on my post, as well as Deb and Wendy's. Somebody is going to get lucky and receive some fabulous stamps!
Well that's it for me...wow that was a lot of information. Be sure to stop by DeNami tomorrow for day three of the sneak peeks.