Tis The Season

Hello everyone! Hope you’re all doing well and having a great week so far! It’s TaeEun here today with a holiday shaker card to inspire you for some last minute cards for the season 🙂 .

I paired the Holiday Border cling stamp with a poinsettia arrangement I made using Poinsesttia Wishes , Berry Bits and Winter Foliage grouped layering stamp sets. 

I white heat embossed the Holiday Border cling stamp on a watercolor paper panel. I ink blended it in Soft Amethyst, Iris Blooms, Plum Wine, Caribbean Turquoise, Azurite and Deep Sapphire. I kept the center of the panel white making the border of the panel darker.  I cut the panel with the holiday border die and set it aside. 

The ink colors I used for the poinsettias and other holiday elements are below.

I stamped them and cut them using the coordinating dies. I arranged the poinsettia cluster and secured it with a sheet of Press’N Seal.

I made the shaker part with the front panel by adhering a clear acetate sheet on the back of it and adding foam tapes. As the shaker elements I used Midnight Frost Couture Mix. After the shaker was finished I added the poinsettia arrangement to the card. The sentiment is from Easy Expressions Holiday set. I gold heat embossed the scripty part and stamped the rest in Noir.

That’s it from me for today! Hope you like my holiday shaker card 🙂 and got some inspiration for your own holiday card stash!

Have a crafty day!



Hi peeps! Vera here today. I really been on a roll of making Christmas cards lately. Nothing like last minute efforts to create a pile of them, right?

For today’s card, I am showcasing the pretty Poinsettia Wishes set. To start with, I stamped the poinsettia using Rose Quartz, Soft Garnet and Hollywood Star. For the leaves I used Soft Garden & Deep Emerald. Die cut with the coordinating Poinsettia Wishes die.

Next, I used Pine Sprig Cover die on a green cardstock. I love using this set as filler. At first, I was going to adhere the flowers directly to the card base, but I feel like it’s not quite right. So, I decided to add a scallop panel using one of the frame from the Scalloped A2 Nested die. Adhere this to the card base, then arrange the flowers, leaves & sprig on top.

Oh yes, almost forgot. Lately when I am working with flower image, I love adding some shimmer using metallic watercolor. I think they just add some fun effect to the card. To finish the card, I added sentiment from Easy Expression Holiday set & add some enamel drops. Below, you could really see the pretty shimmer on this card.

Well peeps, that’s all from me today. I hope you enjoy today’s card. I still need to get my Christmas cards mail out. Really hoping I get to do it soon and not so last minute. Hah! May your day be a good one. Cheers…

Slimline Christmas Card

Hello everyone! Hope you’re having a wonderful week so far! It’s TaeEun here today sharing a slimline Christmas card! Are you enjoying our new slimline dies? I love the versatility ! 

My card is featuring the Slimline Dot Coverplate die. I wanted to make a snowy background for my wintery poinsettia cluster!

I started off by stamping and die cut all the floral elements using Poinsettia Wishes and Winter Foliage grouped layering stamp and die sets. 

The ink colors I used are listed below. 

To create the background I ink blended a slimline sized panel in Violet Fringe, Soft Amethyst, Cobalt Breeze and Soft Garnet. I left the bottom part white. I then cut the panel using the Slimline Dot Coverplate die and foam mounted it on a white slimline cardbase. 

I cut the white frame using the Slimline Simple Nested dies and added it to the card using some foam tape. I then arranged the poinsettias and winter foliage on it as shown in the picture. 

The sentiment is from Easy Expressions Holiday set. I gold heat embossed the scripty part and stamped the rest in Noir. I cut it using the coordinating die

What do you think of the purple-blue-pink combo for a holiday card? I like it 🙂 ! Hope you enjoyed looking my card!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!