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Friday, September 29, 2017

So Suzy - Festive Landscape

Hi Everyone,

I am loving the new release from So Suzy Stamps. The stamps are simply beautiful! And you can stock up on new Christmas stamps to get you into the mood of making them! I hope that this year I won't have any problems (like I had all the previous years...) - I have been diligently making them throughout the  year! And now I have another one to add to my growing pile.

My So Suzy supplies: 

Lets get started on this card:

I used red masking tape to mask of a strip of card stock - you can see i have used those quite often by now - no need to throw them, as long as they are still sticky. 

I used distress inks and sponged in an ombre pattern.

Added the silhouette stamps with my Misti and afterwards some water splatters (its better to do that beforehand....)

Die cut another piece of card stock, using a landscape die, because I decided some trees would be nice, but the house was in the way, so I just cut it off. 

Glued it on and added the sentiment. Trimmed the card and added a small strip of PP on the left.

How is your Holiday card making going?


Flo said...

Liebe Grüße

conil said...

Look at how clever you are. These silhouettes look amazing behind the die on your inked strip. Unique and fun and another Christmas card to add to your ever growing stack of them. I'm so jealous.

Mac Mable said...

Striking card with fabulous blending. Fun idea to use the white die cut and then cut off the house. The black silhouette looks amazing and really must get going with my Christmas cards x

Dora said...


papierelle said...

So schön, ein Wintertraum!!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Awesome little scene and I love the sky you made for it and the dies used.

Marjorie DUMONTlER said...

That's a lovely winter scene !

Anita in France said...

Crisp, fresh and deliciously clean, Cornelia ... what a fabulous wintery scene! No Christmas cards made yet ... though the time is near! Hugs, Anita :)