Friday, December 28, 2012

Christmas cards, part 1

Here are 3 of the cards I made. I used my silhouette for all 3 of these, along with some other tools.



For the one above, I used the following:
The tree from the Lettering Delights Feliz Navidog SVG Set.
Madison Window die from Poppy Stamps
Stampin' Up scalloped border punch
Stampin' Up Merry Messages set
Ink: Stampin' Up
Patterned paper: Stampin' Up
Green and yellow solid cardstock: Stampin' Up
Blue solid cardstock: Bazzill
White cardstock: Neenah 



For the one above I used the following:
Presents from the Lettering Delights Tannenbaum SVG set
EK Success scalloped punch
Red cardstock: Stampin' Up
Green cardstock: Bazzill
Patterned Paper: Die Cuts with a View
White cardstock: Neenah  
Stampin' Up Seasonal Sayings set
Ink: Stampin' Up 


For the one above I used the following:
Shapes from the Silhouette store
Colored cardstock: Stampin' Up
White cardstock: Neenah  
Glitter: Art Institute
Embossing folder
The picture below shows the glitter a little better :)



Tomorrow I'll post the other cards I made.

9 comments:

Mary Pat Siehl said...

gale, these are all so wonderful. love them all!!

Lynn Murphy said...

ooooo lovely cards. I love the clean crisp look of them.

Marcy said...

Your holiday cards are all so pretty! Love all of them! Hope you have a wonderful holidays! :)

Tracy said...

Your cards are beautiful.
I really like the Christmas stamp on the second card.
Love the traditional colours and the sparkle on your last card.

MiamiKel said...

Wow!! You sure are working the silhouette! These cards are simply marvelous!!

I hope you had a beautiful Christmas and wish you the merriest of New Years! x0x0

Chris D. said...

Gorgeous cards Gale! They are all fabulous!

Back Porch Stamper said...

Beautiful cards, Gale. I like the variety of techniques you've used! Can't decide which one I like best!

Fleursbydesign said...

Cute cards, I love the window one :)

Becky said...

Such clean cuts, I LOVE that ornament!

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