November 24, 2015

Three cards...Two Stamps = CAS Christmas Cards

Hello everyone and happy November!  Monica here from Taylormadecards4u to share with you three different cards I made using two So Suzy Stamps!

The two stamps I used are called Butterfly 3 and Winter's Butterfly.

I wanted to challenge myself to make three cards using the same stamps. I already had three different embossing folders that I planned on using and I used three different ribbons.

I made all three of these cards in less than 30 minutes. I knew I wanted to go CAS, and I wanted to play with the positioning of the butterfly. I love how the butterfly snuggles perfectly next to the sentiment in the third card, almost like it is one stamps.

Even though I used the same stamps, you can see each card has it's own style. One card is white on white and simple gems embellish the card. I used a butterfly embossing folder, and it still worked great for a holiday card.

 The Tim Holt'z paper certainly worked great to create a snow flake scene.  I used a snowflake embossing folder and cut it into a one inch strip to make a nice border to showcase a bow.

Finally, I used a border snowflake embossing folder to frame this wonderful little butterfly and sentiment. I added glitter ribbon and matted it onto glitter card stock.

These cards would also work great for any Winter's occasion!  I hope you like how I showcased these two stamps and have given you some idea's for your winter cards.

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  1. Beautiful set of cards Monica! My favorite is the one where you have positioned the buttetfly stamp to the right of the sentiment. ^__^ Even though the cards are CAS, they do exude the Vintage Chic charm you are famous for! *Big Panda Hugs*

    1. Thank you Halak. Yes that is my favorite as well. The butterfly snuggles nicely next to the sentiment.

  2. What a beautiful christmas cards, Monica. I like all of them. They are so elegants!
    Big hugs!


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