Friday, December 9, 2016

Holiday 2016 - Word Ornaments

Hello crafty friends, 

The first card I'm showcasing today using a fun set of dies from Die-Versions called Word Ornaments.  Sadly they are discontinued, so I can't link to them. 

I used a combination of red and green foil card stock to die cut the ornaments and fussy cut the ornaments' backing.  I arranged the ornaments in a tight circle to form a wreath.  My initial plan was to just use the ornament, but the card was lacking something, so I added some die cut greenery and some enamel dots. 

This second card is one I also posted on the Die-Versions' blog as my Design Team project.  I'm so happy that it turned out looking as elegant as i hoped it would.   

I created an ornament shaker window with tiny gold stars and beads inside and a beautiful red glitter card stock Season's Greetings die cut on top.  Here's a quick video of the shaker card in action...

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  1. Mary-you always do beautiful work, but these are above and beyond! I love both of them. The ornament wreath is a great idea, and I can see how a version of it could be made even without the die. The shaker card is so pretty and love the interactivity of it, while still being so elegant. I hope you are starting to feel a bit better.

  2. Love the foil papers you used for the ornaments! They really look festive! And the shaker card is beautiful! Pretty sentiment word die in that red glitter paper! Great details on both cards!

  3. I love glitter too! It makes a card so nice!