Friday, July 24, 2015

Christmas in July with Graphic 45!


You will never say “Bah Humbug” when you see this gorgeous Christmas Carol themed collection.  I used my Cricut die cutting machine to create this card.  I always like to create interest with my cards.  I find the easiest way to do this is with the shape of the card itself.  I used solid red cardstock to create the base of the card.  I then used papers and images from the collection to create accents and embellishments.  

I kept the design of the card simple, yet elegant.  I created the title using a sentiment from the paper collection and I finished my design by adding Stickles to the holly berries to added holiday sparkle.

Die cutting is a great way to create fun designs and shapes while using your favorite Graphic 45 papers.  Whether you use an electronic system or a simple hand operated machine, the results will allow you to create one of a kind keepsakes.

The 8x8 Paper Pad of A Christmas Carol. This new collection will be in stores in late August 2015 #graphic45 #sneakpeeks

Graphic 45 Supplies

A Christmas Carol – Figgy Pudding – 4501187
A Christmas Carol – Scrooge and Marley - 4501192

Other Supplies/Tools

Core-dinations Color Core Cardstock  - Graphic 45 – Triumphant Red
Quickie Glue Pen
Viva Décor – Pearl Pen – Cream
Ranger – Distress Ink – Antique Linen, Mowed Lawn
Ranger – Stickles – Candy Cane
Cricut Die Cutting Machine
Anna Griffin – Seaonal Soirees Cricut Cartridge

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