Monday, December 3, 2012

Christmas CAS or Dressed Right Up!

I wanted to show you a couple more 
Christmas projects that have been in the works...

First off, a quick and sparkly CAS using white and black with shots of color!

I stamped the Penny Black "Snow Dust" image using Versafine Onyx black ink onto white cardstock. I then used my Scor-It All Mini (on sale for half price!) to emboss a couple of lines running beneath the trees to "ground" them. 

Colorful Kaisercraft Rhinestones add a fun dash of color with the black and white.

I made my next design for an ornament exchange:

I began with a Kaisercraft "Beyond the Page Bauble Album" blank ornament. All of the Kaisercraft Beyond the Page blanks make for great gifts...cover it up with some pretty paper, add a few decorative elements, and you have an appealing homemade design! Plus, they are all on sale NOW!

I covered this "bulb" with numerous sheets of old decorator paper from my stash, forming the pleated medallion with a Scor-It All Mini scoreboard (on sale for half price NOW!).

My snowflakes are made using Spellbinder's Shapeabilites Create a Flake One set which is old, but you can find similar Spellbinder snowflakes dies HERE.

Kaisercraft Lippy Red Rhinestones and Crystal Stickles add a bit of sparkle.

May Art's Metallic String makes for a pretty, yet sturdy way to hang the ornament from a knob or tree.

All linked supplies are from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.


Mary said...

Pretty card,easy mailing,love your ornament,it is very pretty...

Sharon Johnson said...

Gorgeous projects, Deb -- love them both!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

OMGosh love these tree's, what a fabulous CAS idea! I think I might have to use this idea, lol.

Paper Profusion said...

Both are really beautiful. Nicola x

Traci S. said...

HI Deb~

I just love the card with the trees. It is simply beautiful! I would love to use that idea...but I have a different stamp, I would have to use.

The ornament is beautiful. I love the papers used. I love the beautiful teal-blue sparkling from the edges. And, how you get the medallion folded so equally is beautiful.

Merry Christmas, Deb. Praying that you and yours have a blessed season celebrating our Savior's birth.

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather