Oct 19, 2016

A Christmas Scene

Hello, Janice here with you again to share my latest
card made for the Dies R Us Inspirational Blog

I started by cutting a rectangle of dark blue card, which I embossed it with 
the Cuttlebug Snowflake embossing folder, and glued it directly onto my card base.

Next, using white card, I die cut the Cheery Lynn  - Winter Neighbourhood Border die. 


After removing the waste pieces from the windows, I coloured little pieces of card with
 a yellow Promarker and glued one behind each window, to give the effect of the 
rooms being lit. Using 3D foam tape, I attached the house border onto the blue card.

I then cut two rectangles of white card, tearing the top of each one to form snow drifts,
and glued them in position.

I stamped the greeting (which was a free gift with a craft magazine), coloured the 
poinsettias and holly with Promarkers and added Sakura Glaze pen.
To finish I added Stickles to the embossed dots in the sky and along the hill edge,
 the rooftops, the trees and at the top of the snow drifts.

Here is the die I have used.

I have also made a New Home card.

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6 comments:

  1. These are both so sweet! What a great multi-use die. You did a great job showcasing the variety of uses. Well done, my friend!

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  2. This is FANTASTIC! Love the neighborhood die! Your snowy scene is perfect, so beautiful and serene. And it does make for a wonderful New Home card! Love the size of your cards too! Well done!

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  3. What a great idea to use this fabulous die for two totally different occasions! Both cards are fabulous! Awesome inspiration once again ... thanks Janice!

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  4. Such a pretty neighborhood nightime scene you have made, love the sparkle for the stars and how you lit up the houses. The new home card is so cute also, I like how you added the road in front!

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  5. I like how the yellow windows stand out against the night sky. Beautiful card.

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  6. Just love this sweet scene. Love how you can create in different ways using the same dies. Fabulous

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