Sharing cards that appear in this issue of The Stampers’ Sampler
The cards are small in size, approx 3″x4.5″, the size dictated by the wee kraft envelopes.
Some links to the fabulous products I used on the cards:-
Redlead Paperworks stamps – Christmas stamps (She Loves Snowflakes and Winter Wishes stamps were available at the time of drafting this post and the sentiments labels are also available)
Oxford Impressions stamps Season of Giving stamp set (the boy and the two children)is available in the U.K. from That’s Crafty.
That’s Crafty Dinky Snowflake background stencil and Greyboard Snowflakes
The co-ordinating envelope is peeking at the background.It is only the past couple of years that I have felt comfortable in using red for festive creations. With the stamps I selected (above and below are Redlead), it brings a touch of nostalgia.
The two cards below are Oxford Impressions stamps, photo real stamps. The stamped image of the boy has been troubled with what obviously was sun reflecting off the glossy cardstock.
The snowflake Dinky Stencil is much loved by me, you just need to take one look at the stencil I own and it is evident how much I love it, it isn’t exactly box fresh! The greyboard snowflake is another favourite. I used them so often on festive/winter creations last year.Each card does have a pocket/envelope even though they do not appear in all the photos. They can be seen in The Stampers’ Sampler as they took the trouble to print them all.Thank you so much for your visit to this post, my first for this brand new week.
If you are preparing for the festivities, I hope your plans are going according to plan and it isn’t too stressful a time.
21 Nov 2016 12 Comments
in Uncategorized Tags: cards, Christmas, Dinky Stencil, Dinky Stencils - That's Crafty, masks/stencils, Oxford Impressions, photo realistic, photo realistic stamps, published artwork, Red Lead Paperworks, Redlead Paperworks, Stampington & co, That's Crafty DT artwork, The Stampers' Sampler