Have you seen the new Homespun Christmas Card Kit that released on the 20th of September? This is not a subscription just a fun Christmas card kit to help you get all your fun Christmas cards made. This Kit includes:
Exclusive 6x8 stamp set, coordinating dies, Exclusive 8.5x6.25 stencil, Exclusive sequin mix, Exclusive 6x6 paper pack, 6x6 foil cardstock pack (4 sheets gold, 4 sheets silver), White Glitter Enamel Dots, 6 pre-scored A2 card bases, and a zippered mesh project bag.
The kit is valued over $75 and sells for $59.99 (while supplies last)
So today I am sharing three cards of inspiration using this lovely Christmas Card Kit.
First up we have a fun shaker card. I used a piece of the designer paper from the Homespun Christmas paper pad (included in the kit) and adhered it to my card base that is also included in the kit. I trimmed to size.
I die cut the Cloudy Frames dies (not included in the set) on a piece of the silver stock (included). I trimmed down a piece of white card-stock for my background and stamped one of the Homespun Christmas images for my background. I left it uncolored as I knew the sequins would fill it with color.
Finishing up with stamping two more of the same image I used for the background and colored with Copic Sketch markers and die cutting with the coordinating dies (included). I stamped the sentiment also from the Homespun Christmas stamp set and adhered it to my shaker then added the colored images.
Adhere the shaker piece to your card-stock and you have a fun shaker card.
For this next card I used the Homespun Christmas stencil and Oxide inks to create this colorful and fun background with my handy dandy Ergonomic Blending Brush. Then I stamped out another one of these fun image from the Homespun Christmas stamp set and colored with Copic Sketch markers then die cut using the coordinating dies. I adhered the image using foam tape for a little dimension. Finishing up with stamping this Merry Christmas sentiment from the Homespun Christmas stamp set.
A simple card that you can make many of in no time.
I used the Homespun Christmas stencil again on this card but first added the Oxide inks then stenciled with Embossing Paste and set a side to let dry.
I stamped the Homespun Christmas images and colored with Copic Sketch markers then die cut using the coordinating dies. I added the images to my background using foam tape for a little dimension. Finishing up with stamping the sentiment on a piece of white card-stock and adding to my card.
Another simple card that you can multiple quickly.
Make sure to check out this Homespun Christmas kit before it is sold out.
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Have an awesome day!
Terrific cards, Annette! That shaker is fun!ReplyDelete