sabato 19 ottobre 2019

"Happy Holiday cheer" cards with Flora & Fauna!

Happy saturday friends!
I'm sharing a Christmas card design inspiration today showcasing the latest Flora & Fauna release..

I challenged myself to create a fun design with just 2 stamps, these little gift ones from the Home for the Holidays set just for fun and I'm so happy about how these cards turned out!

First of all I created my cardbase out of white cardstock, then I stamped all the little gifts. There's a little bit of masking to do but it's super simple and quick, I promise!!
Then I colored all the Christmas packages with my copic markers and I temporarely put some masking paper on top.
I went to the window to trace the gift borders with a pencil and cut it out with my scissor. I masked all the gifts and started ink blending the top of my card with some Distress inks.

While it was drying I added lots of deatils to all the gifts with a white gel pen and stamped my sentiment + added a little sparkle gold heart.

Finally I added some embellishments as Nuvo White drops around the gifts.
As I was creating a card I thought it would have been handy to have another one so I did everything twice and now I like them soo much I'm wonderig why I didn't create more, eheh!!
Also.. can you believe this is a one layer card?! I rarely do one layer cards but they are so perfect for mailing!!


If you'd like to purchase the items I used to create my project today, everything is listed down below. When possible I used compensated affiliate links which means that if you make a purchase I receive a small commission  (that helps me to bring lots of happy projects to you and run this blog) at no extra cost to you. Thank u so much for all your support :)

Hope you like my cards and thank you so much for stopping by today! 

Please enjoy my Cardmaking Adventure on * Instagram*! I'll be posting all my little cards,tags and i also can't wait to see all the projects shared in the community! :)

See you soon with another cute project! :)

Have a lovely day ðŸ™‚

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