I wanted to do a die cut inlay technique for this card so I used the coordinating dies for the stamp set and cut the images out of the center of the kraft cardstock. Then I die-cut the cookies and milk images out of white cardstock, after stamping and coloring them. I cut the heart image out of patterned paper. I adhered the pieces in place like a puzzle and stamped a coordinating sentiment from the stamp set along the bottom. I finished the card by cutting some decorative panels with THIS die and stamping THIS background stamp horizontal for some added interest.
Label Die from Papertrey Ink from Kraft Cardstock and created a yummy scene for Santa by coloring, stamping, and die-cutting the cook and milk images. I stamped the Santa (from an older Simon Says Stamp card kit) and added Liquid Pearls to the top and bottom of his had for some texture. I stamped the sentiment in black from THIS set at the bottom of the label. I also used White Enamel Accents for the milk and left the bubbles for some fun. I cut slits in the top rim of the milk glass so I could weave through the straw. I added Glossy Accents to the straw for some shine. Some Doodlebug Christmas Paper finishes off the card.
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THIS card and thought who wouldn't like it if it were raining chocolate chip cookies!? I like to call this card.... "Cloudy with a chance of...cookies.
For this card, I stamped the cookie images from the set on some kraft cardstock using black ink. I cut them out and scattered them on the background to look like rain. I added the smiley face from the set to the umbrella after cutting it out from THIS patterned paper. I added glossy accents to the umbrella for some shine and I dry embossed the clouds after cutting them out using THIS die. I stamped the other sentiment from the stamp under the umbrella and mounted the entire piece to a Hero Arts note card.
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