On April 23rd I did a Technique Tuesday video (household cleaning supplies and card making!) and on May 7th I did a blog entry on how to create cards using wax paper for backgrounds. I absolutely loved the way the cards came out and decided to try a similar techinque for a Christmas Card. While it was difficult to photograph, the background is a Darice Snowflake background embossed onto wax paper and then ironed onto cardstock. Once you add the ink, the images start to appear! I love this technique and I'm thinking I might need to make a couple more of these cards for the upcoming holiday! The snowflakes are various punches and covered with glitter.
This card was created for the CASE-ing Christmas Designer Team Challenge! and submitted to the 4 Crafty Chicks Christmas in July Challenge #254
Your cards are beautiful! What a fabulous technique. I may have to try this. I love all of the bright, cheerful colors. So glad you joined us for the CASEing Christmas in July blog hop. :)ReplyDelete
These are all SO GORGEOUS! I love the fabulous texture and the fun layout! Beautiful work. :) Thank you for joining in our "Christmas in July" Blog Hop and DT call at CASE-ing Christmas! HUGS! :) Mynn xxReplyDelete
Beautiful cards and I love the technique you used. Thanks for joining us at CASE-ing Christmas.ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous, Lisa! I love the colors you chose, that sentiment is beautiful and well, I am a snowflake nut so I love it! Thanks for joining us at 4 Crafty Chicks this week xoxoxoReplyDelete
Gorgeous creations, Lisa! In changing just a few things, you've done a fantastic CASE!! - What a wonderful Christmas card it makes now!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for joining us at the CASE-ing Christmas Blog Hop!
Beautiful :) thank you for joining us at CASE-ing ChristmasReplyDelete