Monday, October 26, 2015

Large Ornament

This is my second post of the day. Please click here or scroll down to see my post for Purple Onion Designs' Forrest & Oakley. Thanks! =)

Hi ya, all! =) Here is one more card that I made using a fun Wise Die from Paper Smooches' October release.


Yes, more holiday cards. Hope you are not sick of them yet! =)


I used the new Large Ornament Wise Die to create a shape instead of an ornament for the image. The trees are from the Warm Hearts set. They are stamped with Antique Linen Distress Ink and colored with Copic markers.


The patterned paper is from Chickaniddy's Jolly Good 6x6 Paper Pad and the sentiment is from the Holiday Cheer set.

That's all for now. For more inspirations using stamps and dies from Paper Smooches, please visit Paper Smooches Blog! =)

Have a fabulous day and thanks for stopping by!


Affiliate links are used in some cases! =)
supplies:
cardstock: (Rustic White) Papertrey Ink
clear stamps: (Warm Hearts, Holiday Cheer) Paper Smooches
patterned paper: (Jolly Good 6x6 Paper Pad) Chickaniddy
dye ink: (Antique Linen) Ranger Industries
hybrid ink: (Black Licorice) My Favorite Things
accents: (paper doily) Bo Bunny, (enamel dots) My Mind's Eye, (sequins)
stickers: (red/green/blue triangle pattern Japanese washi tape) mt Kamoi
die: (Large Ornament) Paper Smooches
tool: (die-cut machine) Provo Craft
other: (foam tape) 3M
Copics used:
trees: E29, E39, E99, YG67, YG17, YG25, YG03, YG01, Y13
heart: R37, R27, R17, R14
ground: E59, E37, E35, E33, E31, E30, E0000, 0
card size: 3 5/8" x 5 3/8"

5 comments:

Bad Kitty said...

great card

Jenni Espinosa said...

I can never get enough Christmas cards! This is a beauty!!!

Alex said...

what a wonderful creation!
want to see more ;o)
Hugs
Alex

Diane Jaquay said...

What a unique way to use that ornament, love this, Alice!!

Jacqueline Frisbie said...

First I would like to say that you have such playful wonderful little cards with a serious meaning and can be used for any occasion. Love them. Then I wanted to tell you that my Grandmother was a Wertz from VA. You don't hear that name too often so I had to share that.
What color markers do you use? Good color.

Jacqueline

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