Posts tagged DIY Christmas card

Stylish Table decoration: Cutlery holders

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome! In today’s blog I am going to make some decoration for my Christmas diner table: Cutlery holders. These are so simple to make but have a high impact. The base you can use with any paper you want, so a great way to use some Christmas themed paper packs! if you want to see a step by step tutorial, please visit my YouTube channel at: full list of supplies used for this blog: Altenew Beautyfull bergenia Colored cardstock 216 grm/80lb florance  Scotch… Read More

Stunning vintage gift tags

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome. In todays blog I am making these stunning vintage gift tags. I cut the tags out using an Elizabeth Craft Design Planner Essentials die and started of by applying the collage paper. I covered the whole tag with the Distress collage medium, sticked the paper and the dolls on and covered it up with medium again. Than using different colors of Distress crayons I created this background. The poinsettia is made with a set designed by Tim Holtz for Sizzix and is stunning! I… Read More

Emboss resist snowflake Christmas card two ways!

hello my fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. For today’s blog I am working with a lot of Tim Holtz product. I started off by stamping the snowflakes with clear embossing ink and then embossed them with a holographic embossing powder. Once this is melted it is a plastic layer that will resist the ink you put over it. it is such a fun technique and it gives stunning results every single time. To finish it off I made snowflakes with an embossing folder (Impresslits) that cuts them out… Read More

Shine, sparkle, classic Christmas, this card has it all!

hello my fellow crafters and welcome to Inspiration for cards! This time I am. again, working with the Elizabeth Craft Design Classic Christmas set. This set is so versatile that you can keep making cards with it and they are all different. This time I am using a glossy texture paste to create the shiny background. I spread this over a stencil I made out of yup using the background die from the set. It really brought out the colors that I used. The Tim Holtz mica stain sprays are… Read More

Surprisingly quick and easy card using Planner Dies

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to inspiration for cards. Last week I shared my introduction to Planner Essentials and how I fell in love with it. Working with the stunning Elizabeth Craft Design Planner Essentials Mason Jar set inspired me to make this card. I took some elements of this set and turned them in to a beautiful winter scene. I love this collection even more now… it is so versatile and you can use the loose elements for anything. no matter if that is art journalling, planner or… Read More

Classy silver and white Christmas card

Hello my fellow crafters! Welcome to my blog. Sometimes the simplest cards are the nicest. This one was not the simplest to make but the clean look of this silver and whit card is so classy! And was fun to make. And this set from Elizabeth Craft Design makes it so easy to come with new ideas, I love it. this set is extremely versatile and can make you a big variation of different cards without being to complicated. If you want to know more hop over to my YouTube… Read More

Had fun playing with Alcohol ink making 6 Christmas cards

Hello my fellow crafters and welcome to my blog. I had to much fun playing around with alcohol inks and making these backgrounds. Alcohol ink is such a forgiving medium to work with. The end results are just stunning! I love the soft movement and depth that is in there. and in the end these were made in just a couple of minutes. I turned these in to cards using just 1 big and beautiful sentiment from Elizabeth Craft Design resulting in these stunning Christmas cards! Please hop over to… Read More

Structure, shine, vintage look and sparkle, this card has it all!

Hello my fellow crafters, welcome to my blog. For today’s Christmas card I am putting on my vintage hat again. I am absolutely in love with this card and how its turned out.Using the texture paste really gives this card dimension and makes it pop. The different colors of embossing pores really finish it of! If you want to see a step by step making of, please hop over to my YouTube channel: At the end of this blog you will find a full list of supplies that I used… Read More

Stunning Watercolor Christmas wreath + bonus!

Hello my fellow crafters, welcome to my blog. For this blog I need to give credit to Gina K. I got inspired by her Wreath builder however, as I can’t buy that here in the Netherlands, I made one myself with my Cricut. That’s the one that I am using for this card. Now to make this beautiful wreath I am, again using the S.A. Tim Holtz Winter watercolor 2 set. This set is so versatile that it can be used in many ways. I am so happy that the… Read More

stylish tone on tone Christmas card

Hello my fellow crafters, welcome to my blog. After the lovely vintage Santa card, we made last week I wanted to keep things a bit cleaner and simpler for this card. I am using the Tim Holtz winter watercolor 2 set again for this card but in a completely different way. This time I am just using 1 color of ink to create a sort of watermark effect on the card base.  That combined with some vellum and circle dies and this card is already done. Well… that could have been… Read More