This one is super simple using just the pieces from the Altitude collection and a couple of gems for the centers of the snowflakes on the background. Uses Altitude and Bundled from The Altitude Collection.
Hello Winter......maybe not. It's here, like it or not! Embrace winter with this cool paper from Bo-Bunny. I used a sheet of Bundled and Cold Snap for this one. A little Country Landscape from Memory Box and some Chrystal Stickles.
One more card using Bundled and Cold Snap from the Altitude collection by Bo-Bunny. I added this great Holographic paper to the outline of the snowman card and for the snowflake. I say, it make a gorgeous snowflake!
A different take on the Bo-Bunny Altitude line. I added the Deer Trio from Memory Box to the front of this card with a little glittery snow for them to stand in. Makes a great winter or Christmas card. The card uses the Bundled and Blizzard sheets from the collection
New from Bo-Bunny. We got this paper in the first week of December and I had to buy a few sheets. One sheet has several cards you can cut up and make into embellishments for scrapbook pages or, in my case, make a few Christmas and Winter cards for sending out. So many pretty papers from the manufacturers this season are leaning towards a FROZEN theme....wonder how come :)
Last card from Tuesday's class. The tree side of the pattern and my new Spellbinders Pierced Circles die. The Twinery Twine, Memory Box Ornament, Inkadinkdoo clings rubber stamp set and the twig die from Cheery Lynn round out the embellishments.
My Accordion Card from last nights class. I love doing this fold. It fits in a normal A2 envelope but stands up by itself! This card plus two more were in last nights class. We used one sheet of patterned paper and sheet of 12x12 cardstock and one 8.5x11 sheet, plus some scraps for the embellishments to create three cards. A pretty nice set of cards for a small investment. You'll see the other two cards in the next two days, stay tuned!
I have a new toy, my Taylored Expressions stamps! I bought two sets, this is one of them called "Shade Tree Sentiments". I used the butterfly strip from Memory Box for my butterflies and sprayed some ink all over a sheet of white cardstock to get the rainbow effect background. Tons of fun to try and, well, a little bit messy.