Thursday, November 15, 2018

It's time to make Christmas cards!

I have made some fun Christmas cards for you today, 
using Craftangles stencils, glimmer pastes and art sprays!

For the first card, I used the Craftangles 'Floral Mesh' stencil with Tim Holtz distress inks to create a backgroud. 
I die cut this panel using Simon Says Stamp stitched rectangle dies. 
I then added a stamped and fussy cut holly image and a sentiment (from Hero Arts).
I then layered it with another die cut panel (in red) on a black card base from Craftangles.
I finished the card with some clear sequins from Craftangles.

For the second card, I used the Craftangles snowflakes stencil 
and the Craftangles Fairy Dust glimmer paste to create a background. 
I then added a die cut panel in white in the foreground and a die cut lamp, wreath and bow.
I added a sentiment from Hero arts and finished the card by adhering it to a red card base from Craftangles.

For the next card, I started by smooshing some Tim Holtz mowed lawn distress ink onto a smooth white card base. 
Once dry, I used the Craftangles Christmas tree stencil along with the Craftangles 'Fairy dust' glimmer paste to create the background.
I then adhered a die cut white panel for the foreground and a die cut and distressed (with Tim Holtz tea die distress oxide) deer. 
I then stamped the sentiment from Hero Arts and adhered this panel to a kraft card base to finish the card.
Oh, and I also added a die cut bow to the deer for a splash of colour.

For my last card, I created a background using the Craftangles 'Dots' stencil and Craftangles 
Art sprays. Once dry, I used the Craftangles 'Rays' stencil and Craftangles gold glimmer paste to create a unique background.
I then added a die cut white deer layered with a die cut piece of fun foam in order to give it dimension.
I added a sentiment (hero arts) and a little red resin heart for colour and interest.
I adhered the panel to a white textured square card base to finish the card.

I hope you enjoyed these cards as much as I enjoyed making them!
All the products used have been linked to the HNMD site so do have a look.

Thanks so much for stopping by! 
Have a great day!

Paru Mahtani 
Paru's Perceptions.

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