Sunday, August 18, 2013

Christmas in July Fun Shop Part Two

Happy Sunday My Blogger Friends!
 Today I have part two of my Christmas in July Fun Shop cards that we made at last months SaddleBrooke Stampers Fun Shop.  Let's jump right in with this share.......
My first card share for today is the card that Kris created....... 
She embossed a die-cut oval with a beautiful swirl embossing folder and then used an ornament die to cut out the center of our oval.  The oval was then placed over a piece of silver glimmer paper to allow the ornament shape to pop off the card.  
 Here's a nice close-up of the ornament image....and we added some fun silver ribbon to the top of our ornament for a little WOW FACTOR!
Next I have the card that Sandra created...... 
 She stamped and die-cut out this darling little Christmas Tree.....which we blinged up with some fun red and gold gems. 
She created six different banners for the front of her card by using different designer series papers.  All that needs to be done to create these fun banners is grab your paper snips and clip up one end to create the fun flag.  SUPER FUN CARD Sandra! 
And my last card share is from Marie....... 
 Marie created a fun Christmas Tree card that folds flat to mail.
 
To create the holiday tree......all you need to do is flap over both ends of the cardstock and clip with a darling colored paperclip.  The tree then stands up and creates a fun little table accent piece.  Thanks Marie for this ADORABLE card idea!
 
Thanks for joining me today!  I'll be back tomorrow to share a surprise birthday card with you ............ Hope you can make plans to stop back and join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream!

 
 
 

2 comments:

Lynn. G. said...

OMGosh....you ladies have soooo much talent goin' on. I am just WoW'ed!

I love the glitter paper behind the embossed and die cut oval. So elegant!

Oooohh...I am just lovin' that Christmas tree with all the bling-bling! The use of patterned paper on pattered paper always scares me; but, WOW, you really made this work. I have learned yet another great tip. Use more of a solid color patterned paper on the bottom. I also love how you did the ribbon. Great placement. I love the sentiment how it floats across the cards. It reminds me old-fashioned cards that were always so gorgeous like yours!!!

O.K. I'm speechless. This stand up tree card is absolutely spectacular! I love the red trim and how it pops up behind the star. So darned unique and adorable. I don't even know how to describe what I want to say!

Again, WoW'ed!! Thank you so much for sharing!

Mary Fish said...

Such a pretty holiday trio. The folding Christmas tree is so clever!