I still have a few faux leather elements left over from my experiment earlier in the week and I thought I could make one of them into a Christmas card. I’m not sure it was a success, but this is what came out of my designer brain after eating turkey earlier today.
First I have to say – yes, I used a retired framelit to cut my piece of fun foam (Apothecary Accents) and I used a retired paper-piercing template that coordinates with the framelit. When I cut my piece of fun foam I did not allow for a large enough piece to cut with any of the oval framelits. I would either lose some trees off the ends or the arcs of the ovals at the top and bottom. As my Grandpa Chapman would say – one should “measure twice, cut once”!
I added clear Wink of Stella to the trees. I used one of the silver foil snowflakes which I cut in half and attached with liquid glue to the top left and bottom right corners. The faux leather element is attached to the card front with dimensionals.
Here are the Stampin’ Up! products that I used in the design of this card which can quickly be added to your shopping cart by clicking on the thumbnails below:
If you have any questions regarding any other design elements of this card, just ask. I would be happy to be of assistance.
Don’t forget to visit my online store and check out the Stampin’ Up! products that are discounted 10-40% until November 26, or simply check out my blog post here which includes thumbnails with links to allow you to quickly add the items to your shopping cart! (NOTE: the stamp sets were on sale on November 20th only.)
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. Until next time, stamp on my friends.