You should have arrived from Heather Hick's blog. If you did, then you are in the right place and I hope you enjoyed what she had to show you!
It was hard for me to choose just one new product to show you but I finally decided on the Custom Ornament thin cuts!
I have been having so much fun playing with it. Today I am sharing 3 cards that I have made! I hope you love them as much as I do!
The first card on the top left, I am featuring the new Cedar and pine paper pack. I cut the Ornament out of Candy apple and then I cut another one out of silver glitter paper, which you see on the bottom left and I used the parts that punch out to decorate my ornament. I also used a piece of silver glitter paper along side of the cedar and pine and then I stamped the Merry and Bright from the Whimsical Holiday stamp set. Then I just added a little bling with 3 black dots.
The next card in using Sapphire card stock with a strip of the snow flake paper from the new Holly Jolly paper along with some white shimmer trim that I cut in half. I cut the ornament out of White Daisy and trimmed it in the silver foil paper punch outs from my next card. I added 3 silver glitter dots. The sentiment is from a up coming stamp set.
My third card I started by cutting just the ornament shape out of white daisy that I cut out using our large rectangular stitched thin cut. I then attached that to a piece of silver foil paper that was cut 1/8 inch bigger. I placed the decorative pieces of the thin cut in side the cut out piece so just those would cut out of the foil paper. Then I attached that to a piece of Gold foil paper that was cut another 1/8 inch bigger. I also cut the ornament hanger piece out of the gold foil. The Merry Christmas is also from an upcoming stamp set, and I used gold embossing powder for that!
I hope you enjoyed my cards. I will leave a complete list of links to the products I have used at the bottom of the post. Now you are on to Melissa Robinson's blog. I'm sure she has some amazing artwork to show you!
Have a great day and Happy Hopping!