Yes, it's me again. This time I AM calling it a day, but what a day it was! I'm thrilled with the work that I managed to squeeze in, and the amount of it. I have just finished working on my new workshop (been a little procrastinating with it, but I learnt that I'm doing better under pressure... just sayin')
I'm happy that my project fits the current challenge at Caardvarks - Holiday Die Cuts, the more that I just found out that I won the 2nd place in their previous challenge - WOOT!!
Also, it goes to JAI43 - Just Add Christmas :)
I've been itching to cut into these scrumptious Echo Park Merry Christmas papers, I just LOVE these!!! I guess I'm a traditionalist by heart, since the classic Holiday colours & designs speak to me most.
Supplies: cardstock: American Crafts; paper: Echo Park Paper (Merry Christmas); stamps: Kaisercraft (Be Merry Collection, Christmas Sentiments); ink: StazOn (Timber Brown); Copic markers; grosgrain ribbon; border punch: EK Success; circle punch: Stampin' Up!; Oval Nestabilities; Sizzix tag die
As you can see, it's a set of three cards with matching tags. All they require is a nice bag for our gift, and we're having ourselves a nice Christmas assemble. Or three of them :)
A couple of close-ups:
There's a stamped inside too (I'm sorry for the blurry photo):
So what do you think? I'm hoping that the ladies will like it enough to sign up for the workshop :)
Good night and good bye for now... as always, thank so much for coming!