Friday, July 31, 2015

CAS(E) this Sketch #134

I needed to make some Christmas cards to go into my end of summer card boxes that I am making for coaches and YFS teachers and thought this sketch would make some different style of Christmas cards and it worked.

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 I started off with some Baked Brown Sugar card stock scraps from my Neutral Scrap Binder that holds all my Stampin UP Neutral scraps.

I used a Hobby Lobby brand Reindeer Punch that I got last year and had yet to use.
 Using some glimmer paper which is also from Stampin UP, I used/save my old trimmer blades and write old on them.

I use them to cut glitter paper, card board and other harder surfaces as to not ruin my newer blades.
I am using some circle framelits and used some Gumball Green and Real Red card stock to cut out half circle shapes.
I used regular tape runner on the back of the glimmer paper and the green and used tombow to attach the red to the glimmer paper.
Some foam behind the reindeer and some Christmas red gems for the nose.
Finished card.

I used a stamp set from a company called Momenta that I purchased from Micheal's a couple of years ago.

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I used Card Stock in Gumball Green, Real Red, Baked Brown Sugar, and Silver Glimmer Paper
The foam I used is thier dimensional brand as well.

From Micheal's
I used Heavy Weight White Card Stock

I also used and ATG tape runner, Tombow Mono Glue, Fiskars Paper Cutter, Cuttle Bee Scissors, and Versa Mark Black Onyx ink, these can be purchased at your local craft store or your favorite online store.

From Hobby Lobby
I purchased the Reinder Punch, their Paper Studio brand.

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