Monday, November 3, 2014

Mosaic Madness Christmas

Hello stampers,
    Happy 1st Monday of November! WOW, I can't believe we are into November already. I know I say that almost every month, but I just can't believe how fast the last couple years have gone by. So it is time to show off Christmas ideas or in my case it is more like getting them done so I can show them all to you & hopefully (fingers crossed) get my cards out the 1st week of December.
     While I haven't really started making cards on my own I was able to go to Kerri's class last month which was all about Christmas cards, so I've got a head start.
     This would be a very easy card to make & mass produce. The card starts off with a base of Whisper White Card Stock. The next layer is Cherry Cobbler Card Stock stamped at the bottom using the long mosiac stamp in the Mosaic Madness Stamp Set. The 3rd layer is again uses Whisper White Card Stock, which was embossed using the Modern Mosaic TIEF. For the ornaments we used another stamp from Mosaic Madness and stamped it with Cherry Cobbler Ink onto Whisper White Card Stock, then punching it out using the Mosaic Punch. We popped the ornaments up using Stampin' Dimensionals and placed the Silver Stampin' Cord behind both to make it look like they are hanging off the paper. We then stamped Peace & Joy from the Good Greetings Stamp Set (available only in October) in Cherry Cobbler Ink and finished it off by punching it with the Modern Label Punch.
     I'm off to take some kitties to the vet, that will be fun when they realize they are going into their crates, OH JOY! After that, I hope to do some Christmas stamping, what are your plans for the day?

All supplies are Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted.

Sets: Mosaic Madness, Good Greetings 
Ink/Markers: Cherry Cobbler
Paper: Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler
Other: Modern Mosiac TIEF, Mosaic Punch, Modern Label Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Corner Rounder Punch (retired), Silver Cord (retired)

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