Joann here today, thank you so much for stopping by!
Today, I am sharing a a fun birthday card that I made using the CTMH Art Philosophy Cartridge and some fabulous TCP Relish Mix.
I cut the card image on pg. 71 of the Art Philosophy handbook twice. I cut one of them in half, I did this because I wanted to sandwich the acetate piece in between to help hide the glue in the inside of the card. I took some mini glue dots, TCP Something Shiny Relish Mix, TCP Winter Relish Mix and placed them to create my icing and the cupcake liner to the cupcake image. I didn’t mind that the mini dots showed on the inner side, it actually looked really cool and clean.
I cut my sentiment out 4 times from the CTMH Artbooking Cartridge (pg. 65 in the handbook) then stacked them one on top of the other to help add some great dimension. To finish off the card I scattered a few stars from TCP Cinema Relish Mix.
That’s all for today and thanks so much for stopping by!
CTMH Art Philosophy Cartridge
CTMH Artbooking Cartridge
TCP Something Shiny Relish Mix
TCP Cinema Relish Mi
Happy Thursday friends! Joann here today and thank you so much for stopping by!
I shared a Christmas card with you last week and today I am sharing some Christmas tags! It’s never too early to think about Christmas, at least for me, the sooner I get things done the better as my little one’s birthday falls 13 days before Christmas!!
I used the CTMH Artiste Cartridge to cut my tags (pg. 69) and bows (pg. 55) . I added some TCP Green Patterned Pop Flair and TCP Red Patterned Pop Flair to the center of my bows and stamped a small sentiment using the CTMH Countdown stamp set with StazOn. To finished my card I added some ribbon and TCP Jolly Holiday Relish Mix.
These were so fun and super easy to make (especially the bow, it came together super fast)! Thanks so much for stopping by!
TCP Green Patterned Pop Flair
TCP Red Patterned Pop Flair
TCP Jolly Holiday Relish Mix
CTMH Artiste Cartridge
CTMH cardstock: Cranberry, Pear