Now, Christmas stamps are not just for Christmas anymore. Check out this birthday card I made using the present stamp. Here is the stamp set. See the two pieces of the present in the top right?
Here is my card.
Here is a close up of the stamp. I colored each present in with Copics and then embossed my papers and attached them with pop dots.
Here is a card keeping more with the theme of the stamp set. Layering of the stamped pieces is really fun with this set.
Here is a close up of Santa. I stamped him a few times on white cardstock, then cut out pieces of his beard and layered them with dimensial adhesive to give him dimension.
Well, that is it for me for today. Good luck in the drawing tomorrow.
Don't forget about commenting on my blog in order to be entered to win a bunch of new goodies from Karen Foster Design, today is you last chance. If you missed and other post go back and leave a comment there. A winner will be chosen tomorrow, Saturday - only one entry per person, per post and international entries are welcomed! Don't forget about Carole Janson and Alice Golden's blogs. Check them out for even more chances to win.
Super cute cards! love all the layering and the santa beard is genius! I think I like the little girl line the best, but all the collections are superb and I would use any of them.ReplyDelete
Aww - so cute. I love your cards!ReplyDelete
They are precious these new products by Karen Foster!ReplyDelete
Your works are wonderful!
Thanks for the chance, kisses.
Hi Maryfrances, I am one of the artists at Karen Foster, and it's great to see the cool things being made with stuff I designed!ReplyDelete
cute cards love the santasReplyDelete
Love the card. My favorite so far is the new cat collection and all the new brads. I really have enjoyed seeing all your projects and the new CHA items. Great job.ReplyDelete
LOVE your cards. Very clever with the dimensional santa!!ReplyDelete
These are the cutest stamps! I love your cards!ReplyDelete
Love these cards - especially the birthday one - great idea! perfect way to use up scraps too... of course, I better get some more Copics to make sure I'll be able to match whatever cardstock I use :)ReplyDelete