Today’s project is a gift card holder for an XBox gift card. It is much larger than the size of a credit card so I decided to use the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies to create a flat bag or pouch with beautiful paper from the Presents & Pinecones Designer Series Paper pack and the Christmas Pines Photopolymer Bundle.
A quick post today to show you this cute llama card I made with the Fa-La-La-La Friends Photopolymer Stamp Set. He is so adorable! I used the Fiesta Time Framelits Dies to cut him out (you could fussy-cut him if you don’t have the dies) and the banner from the Large Numbers Framelits Dies. I have a birthday card I made with him for my son that I will share in a future post.
I made an error in my last post regarding the white glimmer paper I used. I said it was discontinued but, in fact, it is called Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper and it is definitely available. You can click HERE to purchase some. Sorry for the mistake!
Every once in a while, I like to make a Christmas card with non-traditional colors. The gold foil paper included in the Pop Of Pink Specialty Designer Series Paper is so festive that I had to use the pack for a holiday card.
Did you receive the November 2016 Paper Pumpkin kit? If not, you can still get refills but, hurry, before they run out! You won’t get the stamp set but you can use another stamp set for the front of the card and then make the “wow!” inside.
When I got my November Paper Pumpkin kit, all kinds of possibilities went through my head. One of my thoughts was that the houses and trees would fit inside a couple of the circular stamps in the Merriest Wishes Clear-Mount Stamp Set (also available in wood) and that I could stamp some cute backgrounds combining the two stamp sets.