Sunday, November 30, 2014

Holiday Cards

Hey, my dear crafty friends, hope you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving weekend. I had a great time with my family on Thanksgiving day, and got some crafty haul on Black Friday. For more holiday fun, we are making holiday cards this week at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Whether it is homemade cards, gift tags, or gift wrap there is a lot of making and giving this time of year!

I created two simple cards with stamped images as the sample for my children to make some holiday cards for their teachers.


My children want to make some fun and colorful holiday cards for their teacher so I created these two cards as the sample. The image on the first card was stamped with Tim Holtz Gingerbread House Sketch Stamp, and colored with Distressed Markers and Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue.

For my second card, I stamped the image with Memento black ink and Tim Holtz Type Chart stamp, and splattered the watercolor with Aquash Brush on the image. Both of these cards were distressed using Distress Inks and Art Daubers.



The sentiments were stamped using Tim Holtz Simple Saying Stamps and Memento Black ink.

These two cards are so fun and easy to make. And my children love them. 
I hope you like them and get a chance to make some holiday cards for your loved ones. 


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Simon Says Stamp is giving away a $50 gift voucher that will go to a random entry chosen by Random Generator. So please join us for this week's  challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.
I'm really happy to see you again,  and hope you all have a wonderful day.

Meihsia  ^_^



12 comments:

  1. They are so fun! I love the gingerbread house and my kids would love them too!

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  2. Both of your cards are awesome Meihsia! So fun and colorful! Happy Holidays!

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  3. Wow! Love these bright & crisp color palettes! The gingerbread house looks good enough to eat ;)

    *mwah*
    Steph
    Simon Says Stamp!

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  4. Darling! You are right, would be great for kids to color in.

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  5. Oh these are lovely! And I bet they kept the little ones quiet for a while. I've just finished making my Xmas cards too, you can check them out here:

    http://printsregent.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/its-beginning-to-look-lot-like-christmas.html

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  6. These are great and so unique! The splatter technique on the typewriter was very original and I loved the traditional happy look of the gingerbread house on the first card. You have a great eye for mixing traditional elements with unexpected techniques!

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  7. These are wonderful! Lvoe the colour effects and happy look of the cards.

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  8. These card are so much fun and I love the bright colours! Really unique and just wonderful! :)

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  9. Both of these are awesome cards for your kids to do for their teachers!

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  10. Both of your cards are amazing! gingerbread home is spectacular!!!! barbarayaya

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  11. Delightful cards Meihsia, as the images are lovely and the back grounds awesome .
    Merry Christmas to you and yours .
    cheers Shirley-Anne

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