All I Want for Christmas

Hello there!

DTM Michelle here from My Passion for Crafting.  
Today I am sharing a slim line card using the stamp set
This card measures 3 1/2 by 8 1/2. I inked up the card
base with shabby shutter and black soot distress oxide inks.
Than I embossed the background with stars and white embossing powder.
To finish the background I splattered some gold paint. 

I colored the adorable couples with Copic Markers. 
I added some Stickles glitter glue for a hint of shimmer.
All sentiments were embossed with white powder.

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Deck the halls!

Hey everyone, DT Member Jammie here wish a fun little card for you to see...
I used the new set from the November release "Love you more" but I modified it just a bit.  I used the image where the two little people are decorating the Christmas tree and changed it just a touch. Take a look:

I placed them at the front stoop of their little apartment decking the halls!  They really should invest in a ladder! I can totally Identify with this girl though, I want to decorate all the things! Lol! 

I hope that this project inspires you and I really hope that you can look at your stamps and make something different out of them, think outside of the box.  I love figuring out different ways to use my stamps, it just makes them so much more versatile.  I cannot wait to see all of the fun things you create with this adorable little stamp set! 

Hope you all have a wonderful holiday!  Tootles! -Jammie

All I want for Christmas...

Happy Saturday! Charmaine from CharCards here to post my last blog entry for The Rabbit Hole Designs. It has been a blast working with so many incredibly talented people!
I hope you like my last card featuring this beautiful and sweet Love you more Christmas Frost stamp and die set. How appropriate for me to end with a shaker card!

Love you More - Christmas Frost 4x8

This stamp and die set is also available at Simon Say Stamp.

This was a very simple card to make. Basic shaker elements, a little bling and a beautiful stamp. I feel it is necessary to buy the coordinating die as even my Brother Scan N Cut had some difficulty cutting the space in between the lovebirds.

I used Copic markers for the stamp and red and silver mirror card stock for the background. The frame inside is easy to create; MFT carries a metal die set that will cut three different sizes of frames. I used the medium size for the silver frame.
Quick Tip: If you use shakers and want some shakers to stay more to the top instead of all being at their feet, glue some shaker elements with some clear glue. 
Also, don't be afraid of color! See what works. This is what I imagined looking like walking down the streets after shopping!

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The new release is around the corner and if you love this couple as much as I do, you don't want to miss it!

Hope to see you around and keep on crafting!
Hugs and Kisses,
Charmaine Canham