The Trees and the Season

Hello crafters and dear friends! As much as kids love decorating trees, I love creating them on paper or card. These cards use some new die-cuts from Docrafts which come in a smaller size than their usual ones. They are intricate and I really like the way they look on my crafts.
As per lately, I used kraft recycled card for the card base, green recycled card for the tree and some cream cardstock from the scrap stash for one of the sentiments.


imgn0099The first card has the front cover embossed with Docrafts”Tartan‘ embossing folder. I bought it a while ago from here. It has the mini die-cut tree adhered onto the card with glossy accents. It also hangs from the top fold and it’s got a bow. For this I used some green twine. There some metallic embelishments made with a gelly roll pen from Sakura.
The sentiment is die-cut using one of the latest Xcut dies from Docrafts.


imgn0065The second card is a CAS (clean and simple) too. It has the die-cut tree, a piece of Fancy Twine tied into a bow and a sentiment stamped in Artiste red dye ink.
Both trees have a star on top: one is tiny and golden and the other is a bit bigger and silver.

Hope you enjoyed your visit on the blog and look forward to having you back,

My Kind of Trees

Hello dear friends and fans,

Whether you were naughty or nice, hope Santa brought you all lots of cheer and presents under your Christmas trees, that your spirits are bright and all of you enjoyed this time with family and dear ones!

There were a lot of cards made for these holidays and I feel so grateful to those who chose me to craft them for. As expected, I haven’t had the chance to share all of them with you, so, I put some more together to present.

For today, I have some cards with trees. These are some die-cut trees, decorated with sequins from my mum’s stash, some tiny buttons and stars and others simply embellished with my glitter gel pens and star stamp for the top. Sentiments, ribbons and twine were added for the dimension.

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Many thanks for your comments and see you later with a post about Christmas stockings.