Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Stamping Many Christmas Cards

Hello Ai Fans! This week I'm working on a quick, yet pretty Christmas card.

If you have a lot of relatives and friends to send cards too, you'll want a design that you can duplicate easily. I used this sweet Charity Angel (Sku#T4177) as my focal point.  First, I inked her up with metallic ink, stamped her on white cardstock, sprinkled emboss powder and heat set.  I cut my card stock in half so it would fit through my Cuttlebug when I cut the shapes. I stamped three angel on each half sheet. Some of them will be circles and some will be rectangle. I'll use the same basic design, and mix it up a little.

I used a gold leafing pen to add edging around the circle. I thought that was faster than cutting several gold layers. :o) I stamped the sentiment Glory to God (Sku#G4174) on the inside with the gold ink pad.

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Please come back tomorrow to see what Crystal has for you!

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1 comment:

Tammie said...

Very pretty clean and simple card for Christmas Trena. Love the idea of adding the gold leaf around the edge, instead of die cutting another layer in gold. I thought it was another layer. :) (Great idea). I have been making my own Christmas cards for relatives for the last 5 years. I make around 45 cards and try to keep them clean and simple. I love this one!