More Holly Jolly Release Inspiration

Hello there, crafty friends. I’m back with even more inspiration using THIS new release…

For the peace card…

I stamped THIS background using THIS white ink on kraft card stock. I added a mat using THIS silver specialty paper and adhered the panel to one of THESE note cards. I die-cut THIS word die from white and colored fun foam and adhered it to the panel. I added THIS foil to one of THESE sentiments and added it to the card along with a few of THESE Nuvo drops.

For the joy card…

I did the exact same process as the first card but changed the colors and the orientation of the card. I used THIS background stamp, THIS foil on the sentiment and THESE Nuvo drops. I used THIS word die and added a heart in the center using THIS die.

I hope this inspires you to…
*Die-cut using fun foam. It cuts beautifully and gives great dimension without having to adhere several layers of card stock together. Also, did you know if you apply heat to fun foam it will shrink? It is a great way to stretch the use of your dies. Do not get too close to the heat or it will burn the fun foam. I like to wave it back and forth from a good distance above.

*Create multiple cards from one design. Sometimes I get bored with mass producing one design over and over. Today’s cards are a great example on how easy it is to mix it up. I used two different background stamps but with a similar design. I changed the orientation of the card along with the color schemes. They both have the same blueprint but by mixing up the elements, it gives it a fresh feel.

*Foil your sentiments. THESE sentiment strips I used are printed with toner ink. That means you can apply foil on top and apply heat with a laminator to create easy foiled sentiment strips. You can also just leave them black, but I love the pop it adds to my cards.

Thank you so much for stopping by. I appreciate your support.

I’ve linked to the entire release below as well as products used on today’s cards.





1 Comment

  1. Heather DePasquale
    November 7, 2020

    I can’t decide whether I like the foreground or the background on these cards. Both look lovely.


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