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Danielle's Corner Office: December 2010

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Another easy card

The reindeer for this card is cut directly from patterened paper and mounted on gold cardstock. I added the ribbons to finish it off.


Monday, December 20, 2010

Little Drummer Boy card

The stamp for this card is from "Stampendous". I colored the image with colored pencils and put flocking on the lambs. The sentiment is from "Studio G". The patterened papers are from a K & co. stack by designer, Susan Winget, called "Glad Tidings".

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Candle Card

Another stamp I bought this year and hadn't used yet. I colored the image with colored pencils and sprayed it with hair spray to keep it from smudging. (Yes, hair spray, and it really works well.)I added stickles to the flame. The stamped image is from "Recollections", a Michaels brand. I put Stickles over the stamped image. The patterened papper has foil on it and is from K & Co. Winter Wonderland Stack.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Christmas Angel

I found this stamp on sale at Michael's early this year. I love her attitude of reverence. I colored the stamp with colored pencils and applied stickles to the halo, dress and wings. She is mounted with foam tape on the "marquee" which is cut with the Cricut Storybook cartridge. I also added stickles to the edge of the marquee. That is mounted on the dark blue cardstock, on which I doodled with white gel pen around the edges. The stamp is from "Stampendous", the patterened paper is from K & Co's "Winter Wonderland" stack.


Friday, December 17, 2010

Christmas cards

I finally got my old card reader fixed! I can post photos again. I've made a number of cards in the same design this year. A few years ago I was making almost every card different, but I just don't have the time for that this year. This card is just cut from patterened paper, layered with another patterened paper, I added a ribbon, stamped the greeting and mounted on white card stock, and it's done! The paper is from "My Mind's Eye".