Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Happy Howlidays!


Hi crafty friends and welcome back to our crafty space.
Raluca here with a new card showcasing the "Beast Feast" stamp set from the new Create a Smile Stamps release.



I don't know if you saw the new release, but let me tell you that it's awesome!!!!! And the "Beast Feast" set is so adorable! I had to make another card with it!


For this card I also used the two winter kits from Create a Smile: Snow Dance & Frosty Fun (this one is still available, so grab it while you can).
From the Snow Dance kit I chose one pattern paper and from the Frosty Fun I used the gorgeous ornament die.
First I die cut the paper using the largest stitched rectangle (these dies are back in stock!!!) and adhered it to a white card base leaving two white borders on the sides. 
Then I die cut the ornament from gold glitter cardstock and glued it on the panel, adding a white circle inside it. 


Next I stamped these two cute monsters and colored them using colored pencils and alcohol markers. I then fussy cut and mounted them inside the ornament, finishing the card by adding a sentiment stamped on a white strip.
Super easy and super fast!!

 

For the panel you can use any paper that you have at home or you can create your own pattern by stamping some snowflakes on a colored cardstock. We have some gorgeous sets that include beautiful snowflakes: Winter FunSnowflake whispers & Santa Clumsy ( from the new release ;) ). 
Would you try creating your own background or do you prefer to use a pattern paper?





Frosty Fun Kit




There is currently a MAIL CALL!!
We just LOVE our new office, but some more decoration would be nice... Would you like to create a smile on our faces and also see YOUR card displayed in our headquarter?
We'd love to receive some beautiful projects using Create A Smile products.

Please send them to:
Create A Smile
Merremstr. 21
47053 Duisburg
Germany
We'll of course be sharing the received projects - on Instagram, Facebook and on our blog!

Have a lovely Tuesday!
Thanks for stopping by,
Raluca

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