Today I paired the Gathered Leaves Dies with a pattern from the Plaid Tidings Designer Series Paper collection to create a Thanksgiving card.
I cut a stitched rectangle from Whisper White card stock and another from the Plaid Tidings DSP. These are adhered to the Pretty Peacock card base with dimensionals. The leaves are cut from the Gathered Leaves Dies and also adhered with dimensionals. The gold leaf sprays are from Forever Gold Laser-Cut Specialty Paper.
The sentiment is from the Country Home stamp set and is stamped in Pretty Peacock ink. I fussy cut it and matted in on a piece of Pretty Peacock card stock which was also fussy cut. I added a few retired Noble Peacock Rhinestones.
The inside sentiment is also from the Country Home stamp set.
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Welcome to this month’s installment of CASEing Coast to Coast with Karen Hallam from CA and myself here in PA. Karen provided beautiful inspiration this month with this card…
I’m loving the latest slimline trend in card making these days and was thrilled to see Karen’s. So naturally that was the first element I knew I would be CASEing (Copying and Selectively Edit). I also decided to follow her lead and create a Christmas card. Here’s what I came up with…
My card measures 8 1/2 x 3 3/4, so it’s a pretty big one. That just made it more fun to decorate! I used a variety of different products here which I listed at the end of the post. These are my favorite kind of cards to make where I can pull together different elements, use products that I purchase and create a pretty card.
The Designer Series paper is from the Most Wonderful Time Refill Kit. The DSP is part of the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley. I often opt to buy just the refill kits without the stamps and dies. The patterns in the DSP are so pretty and festive. The refill kits also come with many additional embellishments. I used one of the sticker embellishments on the front of the envelope.
However, the DSP pattern measures 6″ x 6″ so I had to do a little retro fitting. Here’s my solution…
I cut the 6″ x 6″ piece of DSP into two 2 1/2″ x 6″ pieces and centered and glued them onto the Old Olive card stock. Then I trimmed the sides.
To cover the seam where the two pieces of DSP meet, I added the leafy embellishment from the Forever Gold Laser Cut Specialty Paper. It created the perfect focal point and frame for the sentiment which is from the Poinsettia Petals stamp set and is heat embossed in gold.
The inside sentiment is from the Wrapped in Christmas stamp set and is stamped in Garden Green ink.
If you haven’t already, please head west to California to get the details on Karen’s beautiful slimline card HERE.
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Let’s just say that I did have a HOOT making today’s card. Each year I usually purchase just one halloween set. I knew the Have a Hoot bundle was it as soon as I saw it. In addition, this set also has a few adorable Christmas images. Although I didn’t use the coordinating dies on today’s card, I’m working on another project with them.
A pattern from the Plaid Tidings Designer Series Paper is a perfect backdrop for the cute little owl images. These images are so easily colored with alcohol markers. I used Light Soft Suede, Light Smoky Slate and Light Mango Melody Stampin’ Blends.
The inside sentiment and spider image is from the Little Treats stamp set.
I created a few Halloween cards for my adult daughters using the Harvest Hellos, Beautiful Autumn and Buffalo Check stamp sets along with the Apple Builder Punch, Autumn Punch Pack and Forever Flourishing Dies. I really enjoyed creating these cards. It was fun to pull together a variety of different sets to come up with a one of a kind card.
The size of this card is also a bit different. I’m calling it a mini slimline. It measures 6″ x 3 1/2″. Given the card size, I created a custom envelope using a piece of cream colored copy paper.
Since I needed a few of these cards, I created different color combinations on the Crumb Cake card base.
Night of Navy
The inside sentiment comes from a very vintage Stampin’ Up! set called Spooks Galore. I’ve had this set forever and it was perfect for the size of this card.
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