Last week I packed some sets of printable holiday and christmas papers, but also with neutral winter motifs I created.
Again I used some doodles I made with the spirograph and of course snow flakes, stars and christmas trees…
There are just so handy coming in a ready to print size as pdf for crafting, die cutting and electronic cutting of cards, tags and ornaments.
Have fun and have a great sunny weekend!
For next week I need a number of little inexpensive give-aways. Ok, everybody is reading a book once in a while so I made book marks trying out the new Silhouette stamp material I just got.
I cut little snow flakes and christmas tree stamps.
Then I cut 4 different book mark shapes from black heavy card stock.
With a white pigment ink pad you can make beautiful stamps white on black.
I used some of my snow flakes die cuts and colorful protection rings to decorate the top.
Then I added a ribbon each with a knot in front and one in the back and done!
Here you can download the book mark cut file, just click the link below:
book marks .studio file
Have a great Sunday!
Yesterday I had my crafty Saturday and at last I used the embellishments I cut from my santa and christmas collage sheets. I never before made a shadow box, but find them so beautiful.
The basic box I cut from black card stock from a file I bought through the Silhouette online store. But there are also templates you can find on the web to build those or you just use a part of a black box.
I added some stars and glitter to the inner background of the box. I added Glossy Accent and glitter to parts of the elements to make them glossy, shiny and christmassy. After drying I fixed the embellishments and some crafts supplies I found here in my workshop like the little glitter fur ball and a piece of wire with red stars. You can use everything gold, white or red. And it is better you make two of them. Mine is sticked to the fridge door with a magnet and I don’t want to give it away…lol…
The embellishments collage sheet you can get from my Etsy store:
its been a while, but I was just too busy creating some collage sheets and basic tags for your christmas crafts, gift wrapping, well and most of all just having fun.
I have of course used my favorite tool, the blending edge tool and distress ink by Ranger to color the edges, some glossy accents (on the lamplights and to make some black parts more dark black) and as hangers I just used classical red, black and green bakers twine.
You can buy it both, basic tags and embellishments as printable collage sheets here:
“A letter to Santa” on Etsy
or as ready printed and cut embellishments and tags
A letter to santa Embellishments on Etsy
I am still busy to get to know my new cutting machine better, so making an advent calendar with many boxes was the perfect project to practice. You can buy the numbers and templates as .pdf in my Etsy shop if you’d like to make one for yourself or your beloved ones.
I have already put an eye on a model air plane construction kit in 70 pieces as a filling, super easy, big fun and much more healthy than candy.
Templates colored version
templates black and white version
Just been playing with my new electronic cutter making those beautiful in shape cut numbers to fix on the little packages to make the time until christmas shorter.
I got a very old and charming shabby music book lately. So I just used this as gift wrap paper for the little packages. You also can use newspaper to get a similar effect.
The numbers you can get here: Etsy