Stampin’ Up!® Demonstrator Karen Robinson | Merry Monday
Sorry I’ve been quiet for a little while, I’ve had to catch up on some things and go away for the weekend, but I have been working behind the scenes and have some fun projects to share with you for my 12 Days of Christmas series that will be starting very soon 🙂
Today I have a bit of a different project to share with you, even though I
like love sparkle and glimmer at Christmas, sometimes – not very often mind you – I just want to make something very simple and plain and this is what I came up with – quite glad to get it out of my system really 😉
I used the Wood Textures DSP to create a clean and simple rustic style card using my brand new Large Letter Framelits. I’ve been wanting these for some time now and have finally added them to my stash 🙂
I die cut the letters four times, once from the DSP and three times from Basic Grey cardstock to create some texture for my super simple card. Even though it takes a little time this is my favourite way to pop up words, it gives a really finished look from the sides and extra body for the skinny ones.
I added my letters to a layer of the Wood Textures DSP on a card base of Basic Grey, I couldn’t keep off all the sparkle and two stripes of 1/8″ Silver Ribbon added some festive feel.
Inside has a layer of Smoky Slate cardstock and a sentiment from Christmas Pines which seemed perfect for my pared back card. The holly and berries add a tiny touch of colour and festivity to the inside and finished it off.
I hope you liked my “no frills” card today, I really enjoyed making it and taking a break from the sparkle and glitter I usually go for, but don’t worry, they’ll be back 😉
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