Happy TGIF everyone! I hope you are doing great and getting ready for the weekend. Today I want to share few more Holidays projects with you! I made two cards and a layout using CutCardStock’s card stocks, I have used card stocks from many different brands but I love CutCardStock’s products far most.
Since it’s Holidays projects that I’m sharing today, the focus of products used will be red, green and white. First lets take a look at the cards I created for today’s post, the Christmas tree image and sentiments on both cards are letter-pressed on #110 lb White Card Stock.
The white card stock is great for both letterpress and dry embossing.
The second project today is a layout, picture of my son and daughter. I love the red card stock so much on this one, it makes the entire layout pops and so are the snowflakes! The snowflakes are cut outs using Curious Metallic Iced Silver Card Stock. It’s like a layer of silver coating over a white card stock. Love it!
Here is how I create this layout:
Step 1: Prepare a 12×12 patterned card stock and embellish it with title ‘Merry Christmas’ banner and cut a longer banner using green card stock from CutCardStock.
Step 2: I embossed the red card stock for the background
Step 3: Adhere the embossed card stock from Step 2 on the 12×12 patterned card stock. Cut a green card stock and use it as a mat for the picture. Start embellishing layout.
Step 4: Cut two strips of ribbons and embellish them on the top and bottom of the embossed red card stock.
Step 5: Apply glitter on the wood veneer Christmas tree using glitter pen from CutCardStock, I can’t believe how easy it is for this step.
Step 6: Using my Cameo, I cut out some snowflakes in different sizes and use them with double-sided foam tapes on the layout as embellishment.
That’s it! Here is my final layout looks like:
It says SANTA is coming to town!
CutCardStock products used for cards:
CutCardStock products used for layout:
I hope you like my projects today, thank you so much for your time and I hope you have a fantastic weekend!
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