This fabulous card was cased by one of my favourite Canadian demonstrators, Crafty Carrot.
I am so happy the In Good Taste DSP carried over! I layered the DSP on a piece of Early Espresso onto the Grey Granite card base. Evening Evergreen was cut using the Layering Circles dies. On Basic White, I stamped the sentiment in Early Espresso from the Nothing’s Better Than stamp set. To get the “and be awesome” to fit the bottom, I slightly curved the photopolymer stamp. Pretty cool, eh?! I used Bubblebee & Grey Granite layers under the BEER. I die cut the BEER using Early Espresso cardstock. I placed a sheet of Adhesive Sheet behind the cardstock before die cutting it with the Playful Alphabet dies
I had a request come in for a few more gift card holders.
I used the Trimming the Town DSP (153491) for the background. The presents were fussy cut from the Most Wonderful Time DSP (150705). The back two packages were glued to the Black Glitter paper (153518) that was die cut using the Layering Circles dies (151770). The package in front was popped up using a dimensional. The sentiment is from the retired Tin of Tags stamp set. I heat embossed it in the retired Shimmer Black embossing powder (before adhering it to the tin).
Hi, I’m Jill & have a Pinterest problem 🙂 CASEd this one from Pinterest, shock I know. I started with Crumb Cake as the card base. I layered with Cheery Cobbler cut 5 ¼ x 4. For the Whisper White layer, I stamped a background using Crumb Cake ink. The Sentiments are from the Peace & Joy stamp set (153430).
For the highlight center of the card, I die cut a piece of Cherry Cobbler using the Stitched Shapes dies (152323) as the base layer. I ran a piece of Whisper White through the embossing machine using the Woodland EF (152881) then die cut using Layering Circles dies (151770), then adhered using glue of choice. For the moose, I stamped it Crumb Cake ink onto Whisper White cardstock. Then I did stamped the outline detailed stamp using Soft Suede ink. Once the stamping was done, I punched the moose out using the Moose Punch (150652). The scarf was ink in Cherry Cobbler & stamped onto Whisper White, then fussy cut out & adhered using glue of choice. The moose was adhered to the circles using dimensionals.
Note- Merry Moose stamp set, Moose punch & Peace & Joy stamp set are all on the retiring list 😦