This card is one of my favorites. It's so sparkly and shiny in real life. The snowglobe was cut with Joys Of The Season, then embossed with the cuttlebug on both the globe and the base. The cardinal on Winter Woodland is the same as on this embossing folder, so I cut that out at 2", embossed it in the folder, and layered it on. Added some sparkly flowers, glittered branches, and rhinestones. I almost hated to give this one away, but someone else needed it more than I did. The snowglobe was so much fun to do, that I did another one.
This snowglobe went to my Chemo Card Buddy. I sent her Christmas cards all month long, but this was her final and fanciest one. I used the cuttlebug on the globe and base of this one also. I thought the snowy village scene was perfect for this card. Next:
This is the card I made for my family members. I heat embossed all of the stamping with silver glittered powder, and used the new larger sized snowflake cuttlebug folder on the background. I did tons of matting with light blue, white, and silver foil cardstock. This card was so heavy and cost so much to mail, I didn't have to worry about sending gifts. (tee hee). Next:
I did a handful of these fun glittery cards. I just love this embossing folder, and again cut the cardinal out from Winter Woodland and layered it on. I also added some glittered snowflakes and put red rhinestones in them. The corners were done with a punch. Isn't that festive? Next:
These 3 are some of the ones I did with the new embossing folders, foil cardstock, stamps, and gold glittered embossing powder. They were pretty quick and easy. I just LOVE that flurries folder--so elegant looking. Notice that I didn't use a single sheet of the Christmas print cardstock I bought, or even very many cuts from the cricut. Bad, bad, bad. So much stuff and such a short season to use it.... Well, you all have a great New Year and don't forget I will be posting some blog candy shortly after I have this all updated. I'm almost there! Thanks for taking a peek!