Guidelines on Neutrals: White, Cream, Black, Gray, Kraft and Brown(s) are free to use. Unless they're listed in the challenge then you need to use them.
So the first thing I did was pull out my scrap cardstock in Greens and then I pulled out my old whimsy fundamentals paper and found the green spotty paper.
I wanted a quick easy replicable Christmas card to start making for the HUNDREDS of Christmas Cards my kids want to write for their school friends this year.
The Cardstock I used to cut the "Merry Christmas" Thin Cut Tree was in a darker green (No idea what its called). Used Thin Cuts—Merry Christmas and then used Bonding Memories™ Dual Action Glue Pen to adhere it together. This adhesive is great for tricky little bits like this.
I didn't have a lot of time but I'm thinking of encouraging my daughter to use bling on the star or coating the whole thing with
This card is super quick, super easy with the thin cut. Any paper for the Merry Christmas in Green for the tree and any paper in the background to make it look pretty and add some dimension. Then you can jazz it up easily with a coloured star or bling or shimmer brush.
Hundreds of Christmas cards here we come!
Thanks so much for dropping by to check out my latest project. Hope you can join in the Colour My Heart Color Dare Challenge #316 too. I'm really interested to hear what you think about it, so I'd love you to leave a comment. See you again soon. If you don't have a Close to My Heart Consultant (and you're in Australia) feel free to contact me either on this blog or via my website HERE.
Vandra Stenton, Close to My Heart Consultant, Perth Western Australia