There is always a lot of focus on Christmas in our industry this time of year, as that is what the majority of the population celebrates. However, this month's blog hop is dedicated to those that celebrate winter holidays other than Christmas. Create a project that celebrates Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or some other winter holiday as we embrace everyone's beliefs in a celebration of diversity through paper crafting.
Here is my card....
I know sanding and distressing aren't my usual but I had fun with it! I made the paper using the inspiration from PTI's Halloween paper! I love that stuff!
Just a few pics to show you how I made that little "mat stack"!
Just cut one out, flip it around, line it up with the bottom of the curve...
And there you have a square frame...
And I didn't end up using this piece for this card but I thought I would share....You can do the same with the circle of the mat stack and make the perfect mat for you 1 3/4" circle punch....I don't have the 2" punch so this works for those of us who don't have that tool!
Just line up the circle with the opposite side of the mat stack....
And you have that perfect circle mat!
Hope you have a wonderful day! Thanks for hopping by today! You can start back at Nichole's blog to see all the other wonderful creations!
Supplies (All PTI unless noted!)
Stamps: Text Style II, Polka Dot Basics II, Mega Mixed Messages, Hanuka Dollar Stamp
Ink: Burnt Umber Palette, Pure Poppy, Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Paper: Kraft, Dark Chocolate, Rustic Cream
Misc: Brown Satin Ribbon, Silver Pearls, Mat Stack Die
I am a wife and a mom to little ones that I am so lucky to hang out with every day! I love to make clean and simple cards and collect stamps ...and all the other supplies for this crafty hobby! Just here to share my creations! Thanks for hanging out with me!
All images are copyright Laurie Willison. Shared images are not to be copied, without written consent, and/or used for publications or design contests. If you find yourself inspired, and I hope you do, and would like to share your idea on the internet, please note and add a link to where you found the original idea. Thank You!