HAPPY NEW YEAR! Time for a new challenge on the Cards in Envy blog. Create a card featuring numbers such as a birthday, at date, 2019, etc. I'm celebrating the new year with my clock card.
I used the Tim Holtz Weathered Clock die. Cutting it out of double stick tape and using Nuvo Guilding flakes in Radiant gold over the surface. The hands are coated with black glitter. The words are from Elizabeth Craft Dies.
Head on over to the Cards in Envy blog and post your cards with numbers on them. Be sure to check out what the Design Team came up with.
This is our last Cards in Envy blog challenge for 2018. Show us your cards with stockings on them or something that might be in your stocking. NOTE: If your card is showing something that might be in a stocking please note that in the comments on your blog before you post your card to the linky.
I used my Hampton Art Graphic 45 Stamps from Night Before Christmas and Christmas Carol. Head over to the Cards in Envy blog and see what the rest of the Design Team did for their stockings card! Then link up your cards for a chance at some bragging rights! Here's wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We will be back the first Monday in January with a new challenge!
Time for a new challenge on the Cards in Envy blog. Create a card that uses anything that makes you think of Santa. Could be Santa's hat, belt, sleigh or Santa himself! I decided to make a card with Santa.
This vintage Stampin'Up Santa worked well with the Tim Holtz Sizzix retro Merry Christmas die. There's just a touch of bling on the Christmas tree and a rinestone on the i in Christmas! Come on over to the Cards in Envy blog to see what the other design team members did and then link up your Santa cards!
Time for a new challenge on the Cards in Envy blog. Create a card featuring ANY Holiday that's one of your favorites. My favorite Holiday will always be Christmas! This is similar to a card I made for the Denver Scrapbook Expo card swap we just had.
I had planned on making a bunch of these cards but I ran out of this ribbon (acquired in the bargain bin after Christmas). Of course I couldn't find any more of this ribbon and had to change up my Scrapbook Expo swap cards with different ribbon as I had to make 21 cards all the same! This got me off my rear end to start making Christmas Cards.
Hop on over to the Cards in Envy blog and share your favorite holiday cards (any holiday) with us.
It's the first Monday of the Month and time for a new challenge on the Cards in Envy blog. This time we are looking for a cute or a scary Halloween card. Mine is not super scary (unless the Crow lands on my front porch)! But I love Graphic 45 Place in Time for a Halloween idea.
Head on over to the Cards in Envy blog to check out the Design Team's scary and cute cards. Then post your cute or scary Halloween cards for us to admire and a chance for bragging rights.
Whoo Hoo! Fall is here - now let's hope the cool weather shows up too. Over on the Cards in Envy blog we are looking for your Fall Cards. I had fun making some fall leaves to add to my fall card.
I used the Close to My Heart Pathfinding Card Kit to stamp the wood background and the sentiment. I made the leaves using my Cricut and Art Philosophy cartridge for the leaves. Head on over to the Cards in Envy blog to see the rest of the Design Teams cards. Then link up your Fall cards for a chance at some bragging rights.