So, I decided to start on my Christmas cards, this year a little early.
Here is one that I made, the other day, trying to use up some dsp that I bought at a yard sale.
I used Cherry Cobbler and Wild Wasbi inks and Cherry Cobbler card stock.
I adhered the DSP onto a Cherry Cobbler card and then, I used the snowflakes embossing folder from Provo Craft and embossed a white piece of card stock and then sponged it with Wild Wasabi.
I punched out a scalloped circle from the white embossed card stock and layered it over the DSP that was layered to the card, so that the DSP showed through.
Then, I adhered a smaller scalloped circle in the middle with the coffee cup stamped on it. You can't tell in the photo, but I added some glitter pen to the steam coming out of the cup....and added a tiny pearl to the middle of the snowflake.
I layered a strip of DSP between to the bottom of the card and adhered a white modern label punch stamped with Merry Christmas to a red modern label punch (which had been cut in half and layered so that it stuck out either end). I added a pearl to each end of the label.
Hopefully, I can make a few cards, each week, we'll see how it goes. I always have good intentions :-)
Have a great day!!!