I think it’s official that this year I’m very into bold green holiday cards. I made more of such than any other year. One of the reasons probably is the wonderful Rustic Wilderness Distress Ink. It has such a rich green color, perfect for holiday cards. This time I want to share a Christmas card featuring bold two-tone stamped background
I know that farmhouse style is getting outdated (at least according to Gen Z and TikTok, which totally shame it). But I cannot help to still love it very much. Especially when it comes to the holiday theme. The card I’m sharing today reminds me of holiday Hallmark movies (where visiting a tree farm is a mandatory action).
I like how a simple contrast added to a card brings it onto another level. If you feel like your card is missing something – try to use this trick.
I played a lot recently with not quite traditional (or not at all traditional) color schemes for holiday cards that wanted to go back to basics of green, red, white. I’m sharing today a bold Christmas card featuring Spellbinders November Glimmer Hot Foil Kit.
Sharing today a simple and festive holiday card, featuring a cure berry branch product and bright color scheme.
I like having cards with a slick and minimalistic design in my holiday cards stash. They’re useful when you need to give a card to a person for whom a more colorful and/or playful one may be not the best choice (i.e. professional environment). Sharing today one of such cards, that featured a wonderful set from Papertrey Ink as well as one small cardstock saving trick.
Today I want to share a holiday card of a pretty simple design which I elevated by adding some dimensional touches.
Joining new Altenew Blog Hop today with a Christmas ornaments card featuring new products and non traditional color combo.
The new Altenew is absolutely awesome, I had absolute blast playing with it. Sharing a couple of winter holiday cards, a fall card as well as a monochromatic one thrown to the batch.