Piles of Christmas

 So, the do a few more little simple things for the booth thing is continuing here... these were done friday after work. ( each of them are 3" in real life)

 and these but, the photo was taken after the sun came up Saturday am. ( its a sizzix die & folder combo)

 These were done while hubs was pheasant hunting this morning, all of these are 3" square except the one in the top left corner is 3 1/2" square.

 These star stamps and sentiments are from waltzing mouse stamps and were cut with a Spellbinders nesting star and a Memory box stitched circle dies.

 The one on the left is 3" square and the one on the right is 5 1/2" square ( another used it up card base YAY for me) lol.

 This stocking ( stampin up) was heat embossed in gold on cream a long time ago, but I found it in the pile and added some waterbased markers to the bloom. ( my mind has gone blank on this sentiment) This one is A-7 in real life.

A closer look at the bloom. these were Distress markers and it has at least 3 layers of color as it just was absorbed by this cardstock.

 Now this is something different, I had recently seen a lady (thanks Audrie!) use these dies(Spellbinders radiant rectangles)  on SCS last weekend and I loved them, and about monday or tuesday-ish last week I remembered I had birthday gift cards at amazon sitting there so, I was really surprised and pleased to see this was a not full price set. and it cuts without using wax paper too. ( double bargain) :) This sentiment is from an ODBD set that I had to have and had not inked before. ( I am trying really hard to stamp off some of this stuff and or cut odd dies)

I cut a few frames to play with them and on this particular one I raised up the two green pieces ( doing a embedded die cut look with scotch tape and foam dots on the back side) and then counter sunk the sentiment. and then I had come across this vintage lace in the stash but, it faded into the background of the printed paper so I lined it with some huge green twill that was a gift from Kris a long time ago. and that really let the lace POP. this one finished out at 5X7 also. and went together really quickly being sentiment focused.


CherylQuilts said...

Wow, Stacy! You are amazing, and you are in full Christmas mode! I love it and love all these gorgeous cards and tags! Yes, that's a beautiful die, and I love the sentiment too. And what amazing embossing and color on the Christmas stocking! Woohoo for you! Your booth is going to be ready and wonderful! Hugs! xoxo

Janice M said...

Your on a roll! Love the colors you used on that stocking. Love that new die cut too, who is that from? My guess would be Spellbinders??