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First Frost Christmas Card - Day 7 of 12 Days of Christmas

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Hello everyone! How is you all doing? This past Tuesday I went to my son and daughter-in-law's ultrasound and I am proud to say that I have a grandson coming in April!!! His name will be Logan Tremain. The middle name comes from my grandfather's middle name. My son was very close to his great-grandfather. I see a lot of blue in the future! Well onto today's project. Here we are half way through my 12 Days of Christmas event with Day 6's card.....

     I wanted to make an non-typical Christmas card using the First Frost bundle. I also wanted to do some watercoloring with the red/green coloring. I just used the Aqua Painters and the inks Merry Merlot and Tranquil Tide. I also used some of the Frost White Shimmer paint on top of the watercoloring to add more shimmer. I used a piece of the Frosted Bouquet DSP (Designer Series Paper) behind the watercolor paper.

     I really wanted to keep this as a Christmas card so I used mostly Merry Merlot and Tranquil Tide. I dec…

Spirited Snowman Card - Kylie's Training Group Blog Hop

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Hello and welcome to my blog! Along with my 12 Days of Christmas event that I am doing each day for 12 days, today is Day 6, today has a special post as it is part of a fun blog hop with Kylie Bertucci's Demonstrator Training Group. I have been loving doing these hops as it allows people to see a bunch of fantastic projects from demonstrators around the globe. Here is my card.....
     I have loved using this stamp set to make some pretty cute cards and this has to be one of my faves! I love the look on the snowman's face. He is truly enjoying this Holiday season and that is how I wanted to recipient of this card to feel. I used some of the Frosted White Shimmer paint on his hat and pom pom to make them shine.

     For the background buffalo plaid I used the new Buffalo Plaid stamp in Cherry Cobbler then I took the Basic Black Marker and a ruler and just drew lines through the white areas of the design. Very easy to do and the color combos are endless. I also used a piec…