Here we are at 25th of the month again, so it is time to post a card or other Christmas make. I am still keeping my craft as simple as possible as I cannot work for too long at anything, so once again I turned to my Slhouette library of cutting files for my card. I still have several files that have never been used, so I chose a nice candle card kit.
It also makes sense for me to make more than one card at a time when I can, so I made three base cards in cream, and used one sheet of 12"x12" green card from SU, to cut the main, shape for the front three times.
Next I cut three pieces of dark red mirri-card to go behind the windows, and mounted both of these to the base card.
Then I raided my snippets box and found tiny pieces of card to cut the two layers of the candle in a very light, and a slightly darker shade of cream, some neutral brown for the candle dish, and I used the green cut-out pieces from the card windows to cut the holly leaves. I then used very tiny bits of red vinyl for the berries and glitter gold vinyl for the flames, and assembled all the layers for each card.
There was still a gap below the candle which I had deliberately added to the cutting file so I could stamp a more 'wordy' verse, but as I spend all my time dropping things at the minute, I decided not to risk it. Instead I looked through my folder of gold peel-offs and found these very large Happy Christmas stickers. This seemed like a good opportunity to use some of them, and I finished off with thin strips of peel-off holly leaves down each side.And just to prove I did make three of them....!
I am rushing around now as my choir has it's first ever big concert this evening and another one tomorrow afternoon, so I must get prepared, so I will link this up with the Rudolph Day challenge over at Scraps of Life by Scrappy Mo, and tomorrow when Pixie's Snippets Playground reopens, I will link it there too, and after this hectic weekend, I will be there to see what everyone else has made.