I haven't had the chance to play with the new Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge yet as much as I want to but I did manage to make 2 cards after being inspired by another crafty consultant Patricia Manhire. There are so many ideas on Pinterest & other crafty blogs & websites to get motivated. This card is found on page 47 of the booklet & cut at the recommended sizing. I used Glacier cardstock for the base of the card, White Daisy Cardstock for the insert. I used Santa Claus C1567, Always Grateful C1559 & Merry & Bright (retired) stamp sets. I'm still trying to master the sponging effect but am getting there, I used Glacier, Indian Corn Blue & Pacifica & Pixie ink pads for the backgrounds, Ponderosa Pine for the trees & Chocolate for Santa & Sleigh. To get the illusion of mountains I got a white piece of cardstock & ripped it into shapes I wanted & used them as a mask for stamping. I used glitter under the snowflake cutout but CTMH Glitter sheets would look beautiful as well for that bit a bling that's needed.
I have finished off the card with a sentiment on the front & some White Enamel Stars.
My take on the card that was featured in the tutorial for using the All Purpose Mat & mixing inks together. The Deer & Rabbit can be found on page on page 12 & the background on page 5 of the booklet. I cut off some of the tree trunks & changed the sentiment.
Go to the post dated 6th November 2014 to see original card.
Always add your own spin on cards & get inspired by everything & everyone.
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