Hello and happy Wednesday! I managed to find time to play along with the Twofer Challenge #22 which is "Holiday Greenery." There is a twist this time around that you can make both cards the same theme if you wish, since we're all scurrying to get those Christmas cards made and mailed on time.
For my twofer I chose to use a Memory Box Pine Needle border die for the greenery, making one in green for a Christmas card, and one in white for a winter wishes card.
First up is the Christmas card. I used a retired SU! snowflake embossing folder and added some green pines to the top, along with a sparkly strip of washi tape and some silver and white twisted twine tied into a bow. The Kaisercraft die-cut sentiment and punched ornaments (done with a retired SU! mini punch) were done with glittered red card stock.
I'm also going to share this card with the MLCCB #16 - November Anything Christmas Goes Challenge
This long retired image from SU! called "Extreme Snowboard" has been a favorite of mine for years. I stamped and clear embossed the image on white, then sponged in some clouds with Tumbled Glass ink. I added 2 die-cut stitched hillside borders (by Lawn Fawn) along the bottom, and then covered them completely with assorted stickles. I added 3 different colors of blue stickles to get some moving snow action beneath the snowboard. I added another die cut MB pine needle border from white, and completely covered it with white WOS before adding another strip of the sparkly washi tape on the edge. The "snowflakes" were made with small dies from a SB Lotus die set, and a SSS Bella Bloom die set and assorted glittered snippets of card stock. I added clear rhinestones to the snowflakes and pine needle border to finish this one.
I'm also sharing this card with the Cardz4Guyz Challenge #232 which is "All Wrapped up" - people or animals in scarves, coats, hats etc, or featuring parcels
Sharing also with the SOS challenge #408 - snowflakes
Thanks for the visit, it's always great to have you stop by. Happy crafting and have a great day!