My husband and I had a Holiday Craft Show this past Saturday selling my handmade greeting cards, and his hand-etched glassware and handmade chocolates. Usually, I am pretty tired the next day and do not get much done. Not this time. I spent all day Sunday in the craft room working up cards that were colored months ago and needed to be put together. I didn't write down supplies used, so this will just be a picture show. I will note small details/bling. Here we go....
Fake snow on puff ball of red hat with a little glitter mixed in. Fake snow on hat brim, but no glitter. Blue snowflake brad.
Snowflake paper punch on right edge. Colored glitter glue for snowflakes. Fake snow.
Dazzle silver snowflakes with red bling. More fake snow on hat.
Two gold ornament dazzles and silver music "ribbon".
Gold ribbon & red holly sticker ribbon. Instead of handcolored, I "colored" the rubber stamp and then stamped design.
Fun base paper....
Silver and white embossing paste Candy Cane & Ribbon. Green bling on ribbon.
Wreath brad and silver ribbon.
Candy Cane ribbon. So difficult to find shaped ribbons. Fake snow with glitter.
Blue snowflake brad. Glitter ear muffs and fake snow hat puff balls.
Vintage Holiday greeting cards are also quite popular, so I made another batch:
Customers love the kitties!
Remember the Gold Bells sticker ribbon on the first card above? This is the white backing paper. Looks great! Blue bling added.
Glitter gold matt fits this perfectly!
3 small blue bling in upper right.
The Seattle Skyline die-cut (impress) greeting cards are popular as well:
Love the layered look!
Really loving the Black & White cards!
Have a safe & Happy Thanksgiving!