Have you been enjoying this Blog Blitz as much as I have?!!! There are so many great new dies and stamp sets in this collection! And so many great ideas from the Design Team! Here's the link to the Holiday 2018 Collection catalog. Check it out!!!
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I'm loving this newest bunch of dies and stamp sets and getting a head start on making my holiday cards. Today I'm featuring the COUNTRYSIDE FENCE FRAME 94034 and the PEACE CHESHIRE SCRIPT 94017 on cards I'm calling "Peace in the Country".
Here are the dies:
And here is the first card: white on white on white...
This is a top-folded notecard, 4 1/4" square. After I die cut the Countryside Fence Frame from white cardstock, I used wide Scor-Tape on the back of the three frames to keep them together. I used an embossing folder and a scrap of white cardstock to make the snowy panel that I trimmed to fit inside the window behind the fence. I die cut the Peace Cheshire Script three times and layered them together with a glue pen before gluing it to the snowy hill. I used wide foam tape on the back to pop this panel onto the notecard. Simple, elegant, and my first ever all-white card!
Now for the same thing but different:
This time I cut everything from white cardstock and from a warm medium brown cardstock.
I kept the middle brown frame (the one without dots) and snipped off the brown fence and the hill from the larger die cut. I kept the white frame with the hill and fence and the outermost white frame. I cut "peace" twice from white cardstock and once from brown and layered them with brown on the bottom and showing just a bit for a shadow.
I added the brown fence behind the white one, offset a bit to look like a snow on a wooden fence. Then I added the brown frame and then the largest white frame. I used Scor-Tape on the back of the frames to hold them in place.
I selected a white A2 notecard and added a panel of brown dot paper cut 4" X 5 1/4". I adhered the framed piece to the bottom of the panel using dimensional foam tape. I then added "peace" above that using a glue pen.
And because I got carried away and couldn't stop playing with these dies, how about two more square cards with red accents.
And here's one where the sky area is a blue watercolor panel that I'd sprinkled with salt while it was very wet.
Five cards done for this coming holiday season! These cards will work for Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, Christmas, or the New Year, and the design will also make a great guy card to send anytime this winter. And because I live out in the country, this may be the card design I send the most this December.
Remember to leave me a comment and you could be the lucky winner of the COUNTRYSIDE FENCE FRAME! Happy Crafting!