I think I made more green cards this year than any other year before. This color really inspires me these days. Also, when it comes to holiday cards it’s no brainier that green fits perfectly. The card I’m sharing today is a holiday monochromatic green one with touches of silver.
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.
These beautiful outline floral designs were calling to be colored which I did. I opted for a watercolor as my coloring medium and as far as the coloring itself going I did a very simple messy one, which took very little time.
What a summer, huh? I’m counting days till September (which to be honest I’ve been doing since May haha). The weather, nature, holidays – everything gets better starting September. And speaking of holidays. Today I want to share a card that I made using a holiday product, even though the card itself is not holiday at all.
I really like the large HAPPY BIRTHDAY from this month Spellbinders Glimmer Hot Foil Kit (you can never have enough of those) and even more I love the snarky part of this set. Those are actually not so common and it’s great to have a set which you can use for cards for those special people with a good sense of humor.
Large sentiments became a thing several years ago and since then I favor them a lot. Today I want to share a monochromatic card using Spellbinders March Glimmer Hot Foil Kit – Let Your Sentiments Shine Brighter.
Masculine cards are known to be harder to make. For me they always were quite easy actually. Get a simpler design, more masculine color scheme and you have a card! Today I want to share a masculine card using the Spellbinders February Glimmer Hot Foil Kit.