Good morning everyone!
Hope you have enjoyed reading through everyone's blogs so far regarding the new products. I love this catalogue especially the halloween products but have not had enough money to stretch to them... yet! So for my blog I will be using christmas products from the new catalogue.
So I loooove the new Cable Knit Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, it gives a really deep impression and looks just like a knitted jumper! But when using the embossing folder through your die cutting machine make sure you spritz the card with a light covering of water so that the card does not rip as the folder is so thick and detailed.
I used Cherry Cobbler and Garden Green cardstock for the below cards.
For the gingerbread men and eskimo I used the Cookie Cutter Christmas photopolymer bundle, this includes the stamp set and the paper punch.
The sentiment is from theWrapped in Warmth clear mount stamp set, which just goes with the whole nice and cozy feel of the cards.
And last of all I embellished the cards with gold metallic twine and some gold metallic thread.
My husband has also decided to give cardmaking a go and has made some z-fold cards, even I have not made them type of cards yet!
He used the Merry Medley wood mount stamp for the background and then he used the santa body from my Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set and punch bundle and for the head and hat he used the Jolly Friends photopolymer bundle, which includes the stamps and a paper punch, which can be seen in the image below.
The slightly bigger head on the body gives a slight humerous feel to the card which is what he was going for as he thinks he is a bit of a comedian sometimes! lol.
Here you can purchase the products used:
Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Ow
Well that is the new autumn/winter catalogue products from me if you click on the hand image pointing to the right it will take you to the next post, which is Karen Watts' blog and they will show you even more new products or new ways of using the new products!
Click on the hand image pointing to the left and it will take you to the previous post which is Julie Wade's blog!
Thank you for reading!!! Until next time...