I am getting a head start on Christmas cards for our family. I used Bazzill card stock and a lovely cut file from Bird's Cards. Cut out all the pieces with my Silhouette Cameo. Assembled all the layers, then added a few gems in the centers of the snowflakes.
It's been a very busy month, so not much time to paper craft. I made this quick card using a image from a card kit that came with a paper crafting magazine. Created the dot paper in gimp and cut out all the pieces with my Silhouette Cameo.
Getting a head start on my holiday cards. This one if for my elderly neighbor. He loves cards that move so I think he will like this. I cut out all the pieces with my Silhouette Cameo using a cut file from the Silhouette store.
Created this card in Silhouette Studio DE using a darling precolored digi image called Three Chilly Penguins from Di's Digi Stamps. Cut out the pieces with my Silhouette Cameo. This will be going in the holiday box for the children's charity.
Created this nautical stepper card for the children's charity using a fun image and dot paper from AMB Illustrations on ETSY. Cut out all the pieces with my Cameo using a cut file from the Silhouette Store.
This sweet little bear is a digi image called Warm Fuzzies from Gerda Steiner. Colored with Copics. Created the patterned paper in GIMP. Designed the card pieces in Silhouette Studio and cut them out with my Silhouette Cameo.
Working on some cards for the little boys at the Cards For Hospitalized Kids Charity. While looking through my digi images today, I found this fun image from Bugaboo Stamps. Colored the image in GIMP, imported it into Silhouette Studio DE, traced the image, created a offset, then created the card base. Cut out the pieces with my Cameo. I hope the boys will smile when they see this one.
This cute little guy is called Frank The Snowman. He is a free download from Beccy's Place. Created the polka dot paper in Gimp. Designed all the card pieces in Silhouette Studio DE software and cut them out with my Silhouette Cameo.