A Happy Christmas Scene
If you don’t buy anything else from the Holiday Catalogue, I thoroughly recommend you look at the Festive Fireplace and Happy Scenes Bundles. These sets work together very well and allow you to create many different types of cards quickly and easily and you have to love a stamp set that has a matching framelit. I know everyone at my classes gives a little groan when they have to fussy cut, so these sets are perfect.
Anyhow, onto the card! I embossed Whisper White card using the Boughs and Berries Embossing Folder. I attached Crumb Cake card to the bottom which is embossed using the Stylish Stripes Embossing Folder, only I made the stripes run vertically on the card (I think I am missing the retired Stripes Embossing Folder). I cut out the Window Box from Crumb Cake card, cut it in half and attached it to the top of the embossed card. The embossed panel is attached to scored and folded Garden Green card. I stamped the trees from the Happy Scenes stamp set onto Whisper White card using Garden Green ink and then added a little Pool Party ink using a sponge. I used a 2-Way Glue Pen to add Dazzling Diamonds to the “snow” section of the card. I cut out the window from Crumb Cake card and attached the stamped card to the back. This is attached to the card front using dimensionals. I stamped “seasons greetings” from the same stamp set onto Whisper White card using Garden Green ink and punched it out using the Word Window Punch. I attached the greeting to Garden Green card punched using the new Washi Label Punch before attaching to the card front, also using dimensionals.
Inside the card I stamped the trees once more onto the lower right hand corner of Whisper White card using Garden Green ink. I cut Silver Glimmer Paper using one of the Sleigh Ride Edgelits and attached it over the bottom of the card. I hope I created the look of a hill of snow in front of the trees!
I love this card and if you love it too, why not come along to my October Class where we will be creating this card along with another four Christmas Cards. Check out my Classes and Workshops page to get the details.
Bye for now,