Merry Christmas…

Hello everyone… Today I have a CAS, Christmas card to share with you. It is quick and easy to make with digital stamp.

I am using A Christmas Hello Digital Stamp from Graciellie Design. It is a beautiful Christmas digital stamp set. I pairing it up with the Holiday Traditions Digital Paper.

I printed one of the digital papers on a white cardstock, and then I added it on the card with adhesive glue.

Next, I printed the poinsettia and pinecone on a heavyweight white cardstock with inkjet. And then I colored it with Arteza Real Brush Pens. This time I did not use any waterbrush, I just use the brush pens to blend the colors.

After coloring, I cut the cardstock using one of the Large Banner Dies from Our Daily Bread Design. Before I added it on the card, I wrapped around the red twine that I actually colored it using the Rockin’ Red Catherine Pooler Ink and water.

I simply dabbed the ink pad on a craft mat, sprayed with water, and dibbed the natural burlap twine. I used my tweezers to mix it. But still… the ink got to my finger… I ended up with red fingers… I dried the twine with craft heater.

After I wrapped the twine around the pennant banner, I added it on the card with adhesive glue.

I added the colored pennant banner on the card with .. Then I printed the sentiment and trimmed it into sentiment strip. I added it on the card with adhesive glue.

I embellished the card with some of the clear holographic sequins for extra bling.

That’s my card today and I hope you enjoy this card today and give you more inspiration to create Christmas cards.

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


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