Project Thursday ~ Mass Produce Thank You Cards For Winter

Precious Remembrance

Hello everyone! Today with mass-produce thank you card ideas for this coming Winter / Christmas season.

Every month starting November 2018 until May 2019, I make 60 Thank You cards for donation at a Kids Camp programs. When comes to making a lot of cards or mass producing, I like to use clean-and-simple (CAS) style. I use these three CAS card designs for Winter camp which I made 20 cards for each design.

I am sharing full details at the Precious Remembrance Shop Blog about these cards. I hope you all will enjoy the post.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. Have a wonderful day!

25 Days of Christmas Tags – STAMPlorations

Hello everyone! Welcome to my blog… Today, I have couple Christmas tags to share with you!

If you new to this 25 Days of Christmas Tags, you want to head over to Tracey’s blog to read all about her story and details about this event. You also can play along by linking up your tags…and…you’ll have many chances to win the prizes from the amazing sponsors.

Today, I am joining STAMPlorations design team and have created two tags to share with you all.

I use the Stitched Tags Nesting Dies – CUTplorations for the both tag bases. On the first tag above, I cut out a glitter silver cardstock with the tag nesting dies.

I use the Joyful Christmas – Typografia Christmas Stamp that I stamped on a watercolored paper with Rockin’ Red Catherine Pooler Ink Pad. After that, I sketch a Christmas Tree shape outline with pencil, and I cut it with scissors. I added some shadow around the tree with Grass Skirt Catherine Pooler Ink Pad using sponge dauber. I added the tree on the tag with dries clear I adhesive glue.

I created a watercolored paper with the Rockin’ Red Ink Pad, and then I made the mini bow using the We R Memory Keeper 3D Bow Maker. I added it on the tag with same adhesive glue.

I tied up the green/white baker’s twine on the tag.

On the second tag, I cut out the tag base with the tag nesting die out of the heavyweight white cardstock. And then, I use the Holly Background – ARTplorations Stencil and Distress Crayons (Festive Berries and Peeled Paint) to create that background. I added the crayon on the stencil and then using baby wipe to blend it in. After that, I added some splatters on it using the Distress Crayon Metallic Antique Bronze and watercolor brush. I dried it with craft heater.

I stamped the Blessed Christmas – Typografia Christmas on a heavyweight white cardstock with Memento Rhubarb Stalk In Pad and then I cut it out with the Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Nesting Dies.  I added it on the tag with dries-clear adhesive glue.

I added the ribbon and mini wood clip on the tag.

I love making these Christmas tags… It give the jolly feeling in my heart even though it is still Fall! I hope you all also feel the same… For more inspirations, make sure to head over to Tracey’s blog and STAMPlorations Blog for a chance to win one of two – $25 gift certificates to TWO lucky people!!!

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If you are using any stamps, or dies, or stencils from STAMPlorations on your tags, you can also link it up at STAMPlorations Never Ending Anything Goes Challenge.

THANK YOU SO MUCH for stopping by today! I hope you all have a fantastic day!!!

DIY Mini Hoop Ornament | Dreaming of Christmas

Graciellie Design

Hello everyone… One of my favorites Christmas projects to make is ornament. And today, I have a mini hoop ornament to share with you all.

I made these mini hoop ornaments couple of years ago with stamps and diecuts for my kid’s teacher gifts. But this mini hoop ornament, I created using the Dreaming of Christmas Digital Stamp, one of the new digital stamps and the Holiday Tradition Digital Papers from Graciellie Design.

I love using the Silhouette Print-and-Cut feature when working with digital stamps. It enables me to print the image and then cut it with my Silhouette Cameo.

First, I open the poinsettia cone bouquet image from the Dreaming of Christmas Digital Stamp with my Silhouette Studio Designer software, resized it to fit on the mini hoop, and then I created the cutting line with Trace Tool.

Before I printed it, I turned on the Print-n-Cut feature on the Silhouette.

I printed them on a Mixed Media paper with Canon inkjek printer.

After the printing, I put it on Silhouette Cutting Mat and cut it with Silhouette Cameo.

I dried the image with craft heater just to make sure the ink is really dry before the coloring.

I colored them with Arteza Real Brush Pens. These brush pens blend really well even without water.

I printed the musical pattern from the Holiday Tradition Digital Papers from Graciellie Design on a white cardstock.

I use the mini hoop to trace the circle on the printed paper and then I cut it with scissors.

I added it on the hoop with permanent dries-clear glue and I added couple clear stamping blocks to hold it down until the glue completely dry.

I scribble some of the Tim Holtz Gold Distress Crayon at all the side of the hoop and use my finger to blend it creating that gold shadow on the paper.

I added the poinsettia cone bouquet on the hoop with the permanent dries-clear glue and let it dried.

And then I printed the sentiment from the Dreaming of Christmas Digital Stamp on a white cardstock, added it on the hoop with the same permanent glue, and then trimmed off the extra paper.

I added some of the Tim Holtz Gold Distress Crayon on the sentiment edges and then blended it with finger.

I added some of the natural burlap twine on the hoop screw and it is done. I hope you all like this project. I will make more with other digital stamps for gifts.

Gracie has a huge sale going on at her Etsy store right now. You can get the digital stamp set I use today also on this Christmas Bundle Sale that you can save 50% Off on those 4 sets!

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you all have a fabulous day!!!


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Dreaming of Christmas | Coloring Challenge & A Card

Hello everyone… Thanksgiving is getting so close, and Christmas season follows after that. These two Holidays are my favorites.

I am still working on some Christmas cards and today I have another Christmas card to share with you all that I created with Dreaming of Christmas Digital Stamp, one of the new digital stamps from Graciellie Design.

I am in love with that Poinsettia cone bouquet. It is just gorgeous!

I open the png file with my Silhouette Studio Designer software, resized it, and then I created an cutting line with Trace Tool.

Before I printed it, I turned on the Print-n-Cut feature on the Silhouette. It is my favorite feature to use with digital stamp. It enables me to print the image and then cut it with my Silhouette Cameo.

I duplicated the image to 4 flowers and then I printed them on a Mixed Media paper with Canon inkjek printer.

After the printing, I put it on Silhouette Cutting Mat and cut it with Silhouette Cameo.

I dried the image with craft heater just to make sure the ink is really dry before the coloring.

I colored them with Arteza Real Brush Pens. These brush pens blend really well even without water. I used Wink Of Stella Gold Metallic Brush Pen to color the heart and thread lines.

For the background, I use the Holiday Tradition Digital Papers, also from Graciellie Design. I printed it on a white cardstock, trimmed it and then I added some distress ink around the edges.

I also embellished the card with some gold sequins I had in my stash.

Gracie has a huge sale going on at her Etsy store right now. You can get the digital stamp set I use today also on this Christmas Bundle Sale that you can save 50% Off on those 4 sets!

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you all have a fabulous day!!!


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CUTplorations November Challenge | Thankful Barley Card

Hello everyone… I always remind myself and my daughters that there is always one thing we can thank God for every single day.

Today, here’s the inspiration image for the November CUTplorations Challenge. I created a card inspired by the color combo, give thanks phrase some of the wheat grass.

On my card today, I use the Thankful Word DieCrazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Nesting Dies, and Barley ARTplorations Stencil.

I created the background with watercolor paper, Distress Oxide Ink Pads, and water using the smooshing technique. After I got the layers of colors, I added some splatter of water, let it sit for couple seconds, and then I dabbed it off with paper towel. I dried the panel with craft heater and I cut it with the largest size of the Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Nesting Dies.

I added the Barley ARTplorations Stencil on top of the background panel and then using sponge dauber I added the Vintage Photo Distress Oxide Ink on it. After that, I added some more splatters on it with Finetec Silver Watercolor Paint and then I dried the background panel with craft heater. I added the finished panel on the card base with dries-clear adhesive.

I die cut a white cardstock using the Thankful Word Die and then I added some of the Finetec Gold Watercolor Paint splatters on it. I added the sentiment on the card with 3D foam tape.

I embellished the card by wrapping it with some of the natural burlap twine ribbon.

That’s my Give Thanks theme card for this November CUTplorations Challenge. Oh and… when you use any STAMPlorations products on your projects, you can also link it up at STAMPlorations Neverending Anything Goes Challenge:

Before you all go…. Here’s a special discount code for you to use at STAMPlorations StoreSTAMPGIRLHELEN to save 20% OFF on all your order.

Thank you so much for stopping by today! Have wonderful day!


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