The : Merry Christmas stamp on the envelope was made
by my daughter.
Hi there friends. Welcome to the first Keeping Christmas Hop of 2020.
I am happy to say that I am joining the Keeping Christmas group, blog hop every month. I love making Christmas cards all year long.
I was so behind in Christmas cards again last year, that I knew this would keep me ahead and be able to make some quality Christmas cards and get some beautiful inspiration along the way. Hope you will too!
Hello there! It’s the 25th of the month and I have my first round of Christmas cards for the year on my blog today for our Monthly Keeping Christmas Blog Hop. Kelly Lunceford started this many months ago (February 25, 2017) and eventually the former "The Challenge" designers came to be a part of it. We share Christmas cards and projects with you on the 25th of each month to show you different ideas, techniques or projects to help you get a jump start on your Holiday cards and tags for the coming year. All of the designers have projects to share with you today. We have 3 new members this year and I know they are names you’ll recognize! Here is the Blog Roll:
I colored all the leaves and berries with oxide inks using my taylored expression blending brushes.
I scored the front panel at 1/2 inch then turned the panel and scored again . Each leaf is layered two times so that the top layer can be fooled up a bit.
I used the new Simon Says Stamp die called Holly and Berries Tag. The Sentiment is from Papertrey Ink and a big favorite of mine, for Christmas.
Thank you so much for the visit.
| Simon Says Stamp HOLLY AND BERRIES TAG |
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