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Thursday, 6 November 2014

Christmas Card Making Ideas...

In the run up to the Holidays it is a great time to be creative and try out a few ideas. Below are some brand new Christmas Layouts I created today for your Inspiration. Focusing mostly on card front designs.They were created using some of the Christmas digikits I have in store at Escape And Scrap.  These kits are great for Cardmaking,Scrapbooking and crafting giving a lovely versatility to different projects you design and create.
Winters Wish
Glitter Fun
Christmas Sparkle
A Woodland Winter Add-On

(These Digikits are all currently on promotion)
Large card front idea created using Winters Wish. Cropping and layering papers,colouring the glittered ribbon and clustering the elements to make a beautiful textured look.
Using Glitter Fun, cropping papers and using as matching side borders. Replication of one element to give a central focus. The simplicity of this works beautifully. Adding additional glitter once printed would make this really sparkly and sweet.
A really traditional looking card front created using Christmas Sparkle. The elements were used to create a frame edge around the page, green material punched to reveal the lighter gold one underneath and word art added to complete.
I am a huge fan of blending as a tool to change things. So for this scrapbooking layout, although I guess it could as easily become a card topper too I used A Woodland Winter Add-On digikit. The kit is blue in theme but I wanted to give a golden hue to the finished page. I overlayed two natural tone papers. First one was given a hue blend and the second an overlay blend creating the golden theme you see here.

All Layouts were created in Serif Craft Artist 2 software.

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2 comments:

Natasha said...

Love your cards, the copper colour works really well and love the layout and 3D look on your angel card, the red and cream work well together :)

trisha too said...

Oooh, Heather, these are all so pretty--what delightful Christmas cards!

:)