We're making crafty projects using products we like and some of us are even offering prizes. Check each blog and the information there for what prizes are being offered and when the winners will be announced on that blog.
At the bottom of this post is a list of all the crafty ladies participating in this event. Be sure to visit all the blogs each day for loads of fun Holiday craft ideas.
Today I am share a fun card using a Silhouette cut. This card is simple and oh so sweet. Don't you think? I used some Tim Holtz distress inks for the background and added a little Ranger Stickles on the star. Simple..Sweet and Easy.
I hope you were inspired today to use your Silhouette.
Make sure and give my friends some love.. Stop by there blogs and get inspired.
Thanks for stopping by.
Have a crafty sweet day.
Love how you used this cut file, Annette! Beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Amazing details Annette!ReplyDelete
I love what you did here!
Wow! The background glows! Reminds me of stained glass...oh so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards - love the backgrounds!ReplyDelete
So perfect for Christmas! I love the background too. Beautiful cards!ReplyDelete
Oh my these are just so touching and I love that you did one with a light background and one wth a darker background your cards are always so lovely I love stopping by to see what you have come up wih TFSReplyDelete
Gorgeous cards! Wonderful cut file, love the inking too!ReplyDelete
Inspired ... yes ... I "need" a Silhouette!! (Santa, do you hear me??) LOL
Beautiful cards Annette!ReplyDelete
gorgeous cards! i just love the sunlit glow you got with the yellow distress inks. very beautiful!ReplyDelete
-Rachel w k
You are rocking with these Silhouette images! Love both versions! I can't decide....ReplyDelete
Great minds do think alike!!! I love the glitter that you added to the star. Your backgrounds are so beautifully shaded - stunning work! You took this die cut to a whole different level - stunning!ReplyDelete
Annette these are beautiful and I love cards that share the true meaning of Christmas.ReplyDelete
What a great cut file! LOVE the different takes on the background color! It all really captures the essence of the season ;).ReplyDelete