For my final day in my 7 Days of Christmas series for 2019 I’m batch making some shiny Christmas tree style A6 cards using up some old Ranger & Tim Holtz alcohol inks and some gold Mirri card as a base.
Click below to watch my entire creation process from start to finish.
I’ve received a few kind messages from happy viewers and customers who have asked me to design and put together some more vintage collage Christmas card making digi kits….I’m more than happy to oblige! Here are three more to add to the collection!
You can find both the new set (No2) and the original set (No1) on my website shop by clicking the links below.
To watch how I put these three new Christmas card kits together, click the YouTube link below!
Today I’m making card making again, this time I’m using a new digi download set specifically designed for Christmas collage A6 or A2 sized cards.
I have specifically designed the digi kit so that it can be used for both sizes of cards, with a little adjustment and trimming of the base layer. US A2 sized cards and Euro A6 sized cards are almost the same, but slightly different sizes.
As you can see from the photo above, the one in the middle with the Christmas tree is a US A2 sized card, where as the outer two cards are Euro A6 sized cards. The digi kit can be found by clicking the link image link below.
They are fairly easy to construct with a little glue, dimensional foam pads and a little Distress Ink, once constructed why not go to town with some ribbon, baker’s twine, gems, glitter sequins etc…
If you’d like to watch me making the three cards from start to finish, then you can watch the whole process in the video below on my YouTube channel.
Today I’m batch making some small mixed media “Thank You” cards using a very, very old Tim Holtz stamp set called “Winged Things” as my focal points! Even though this is a really old stamp set, it’s still available to purchase from the Stampers Anonymous website today! Click HERE if you’re interested!
The cards are A6 (Euro) A2 (USA) in size and are handy little things to send out in the post as thank you notes!
To watch how I created mine from start to finish, click the YouTube link below! It’s a fairly long video, just over an hour so I suggest you make yourself comfy and grab a hot drink!