I’m back to share more Christmas cards with you! Yesterday in THIS POST I shared some cards that I made with the kit and some extras. Today I have the last few variations to show you.
The green plaid panel is included in the Paper Pumpkin kit. This time, I stamped the trees all the way across the middle of the panel, before adding the Tim Holtz Darling Deer, and the rest.
I found some red plaid from a paper pack in my stash, so I used that with a red card base for the 2nd version.
The second card base in this kit is so pretty, with the snowy sparkling trees and snow.
For these cards, I cut up one of the card bases to create 2 cards. On the left, you can see that I cut the one into 3 strips, and attached them to a black panel. Then I added the sentiment and red banner, with the embellishments.
The card on the right uses a green card base, with a trimmed down green plaid panel. On top of that, I added the vellum trees, a sentiment and embellishments.
In the photo above I tried to capture the subtle sparkle of the snowflakes on the paper.
I hope that you enjoyed seeing my variations on cards created by starting with a kit, and then using your own designs. Kits can be a great time saver, and give you the supplies you need to put together some great cards!