Month: December 2021

“Merriest Christmas” with Franci

Hi there and Happy Christmas Eve! It’s Franci here with you today with an “all die cuts” Christmas card.. I’m so happy about how this turned out, so pretty! First I created my cardbase out of white cardstock ( it measures 8 by 3 and 1/4 inches ) and I inked the front with blue Distress Inks.Then I die cut the snowy hill and all the other elements out of more white cardstock using these sets: Merriest Christmas Words Die ( die cut this twice), Frosty Flakes Die, Slimline Hill & Dale Die and Winter Woods Overlay Die.  I colored...

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Sending Holiday Cheer with Amy

A big holiday hello! Amy here and today I’m sharing a Christmas card that I designed around the Sending Holiday Cheer words die. These large sentiments are so great for quick cards that still have a lot of impact. For the supporting cast of cute characters I went back to the older Snowball Fight set that is full of cats and dogs all decked out for cold weather and used their coordinating dies to pop them in front of the words. Because the footprint of the Sending Holiday Cheer word die is basically square shaped I decided to use...

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Sweet Christmas with Anja

Happy Sunday everyone, Anja here and today I’m sharing a holiday card made with the adorable gingerbread people from the Sweet Christmas set. First, I started off with an A2 landscape card base. What I love about the versatile Gallery Frame Dies is that you can combine them with each other. I die cut the outside stitched frame from the Gallery Frame #1 set from striped patterned paper. Next, I die cut the inside grid included in the Gallery Frame #3 set from pink cardstock. I adhered a piece of dotted paper behind the window openings. I stamped the...

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Frosty Littles with Nicky

Hello friends, thank you for coming along today to join my on Hello Bluebird’s blog where I’m sharing a card using one of my all time favourite HB stamp sets called Frosty Littles.   I have also used the Gallery Frame #6 die in this project together with the Hill & Dale die. To start things off I chose some patterned cardstock from my stash but you could easily ink blend your own background panel and splash on some snowfall.   Next I die cut a white panel of cardstock using the Gallery Frame #6 die.  I saved the negative cuts...

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Gnome for the Holidays with Gemma

These Gnomes are heading home for the holidays! I teamed them with the taxi from City Sidewalks on this fun Christmas card. The images are coloured with copics and die cut with the coordinating dies. To turn the taxi into an regular car, I trimmed away the taxi sign and used a white gel pen to cover any stamped lines left that weren’t needed. I layered patterned paper on my square card base, then a white card snow bank, which I’d cut with the Hill & Dale die. I stamped a sentiment from Gnome for the Holidays. I added...

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