Thursday, October 15, 2015

In Color Christmas Card Video


Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by today! I am sharing my monthly In Color Cards that I am sending in my In Color Club kits. 

I really wanted to use a Christmas set for our last month. I think all of these colors look great as a Christmas Card! While I wouldn’t normally choose Watermelon Wonder as a Christmas color, I think it’s really fun! While I was at Hobby Lobby yesterday, I noticed lots of unusual Christmas color combos, including pinks and blues! 


Delightful Dijon


Tip Top Taupe



Mint Macaron





Cucumber Crush




Watermelon Wonder

I  made you a quick video to show you how simple this card design is. You can use it for any kind of card! 



Measurements:
Card Base 4 1/4” X 11”
In Color Cardstock: 5” X 4” cut at 3” on the long side

Order your supplies below!


 Lighthearted Leaves Class To Go
​$45 plus $6 shipping 
Deadline to reserve yours: October 23
The air is crisp and the leaves are bright! Use the Class To Go to create six projects that match the beauty you see outside. You will create three 3D treat holders, two Cello Bag Toppers and a fancy technique card, all using the Lighthearted Leaves Stamp set. Your class fee includes the Lighthearted stamp set, all materials (cut and scored) for six projects and a step by step PDF. 

Add on the coordinating Leaflet Framelits for $25,
 All kits will ship Priority  on or before October 31. 
Email me to reserve your class to Go Kit

Snow Place Stamp A Stack To Go
$50 plus $6 shipping
(This also earns you a punch on your Stamper's Round Up Card!)
Add on the Framelits for only $20!
Deadline to reserve yours: October 29th

Get a jump start on your holiday card making 
with my second Stamp A Stack To Go! 

Class fee includes your own stamp set, a bolt of Baker’s Twine, supplies to make 12 cards and envelopes (three designs, four each) and 5 gift tags! 
All class kits will ship on or before November 6th. 
Participate in all 4 Fall Stamp A Stacks and receive a free bolt of ribbon of your choice in December! 


  







5 comments:

  1. I DID enjoy your video; your card(s) is so cute, too! Thank you for sharing, Erica! :)

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  2. Love these cards! What a great idea for the in colors :) I do have one question though. When I run corrugated paper through the Big Shot it comes out all flattened. How do you avoid that ? Your trees look perfect...

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    1. I didn't have that problem. I dicut with it all the time and it never smooches. Are you using SU's corrugated cardstock? It's pretty flat already...

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    2. Looks like the problem was with my clear plates, one of them was quite used and had become a bit warped. I replaced them and now I don't have this issue :) Thanks for the reply!

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