- Welcome to our Merry Christmas to YOU Blog Hop!
We are all so excited that you could join us today as we get ready to celebrate one of the most festive times of the year!!! All these talented crafters have made a project that is special to them at Christmas, whether it be a special card or decoration or showcasing a favorite tradition!!!
Of course, we do have some fabulos candy for one lucky hopper!
Jennifer Fox from Wunder's Creations, https://www.facebook.com/WundersCreations?fref=ts is sponsoring a handmade Cricut or Cameo dust cover. These covers are amazing, you NEED one of them, TRUST me!!!!!
Be sure to leave a comment on everone's blog and head on over to her fan page, hit the LIKE button and leave a comment saying you are from the hop!!
Winner will be announced on Monday!
Now sit back, relax and sing your favorite holiday song as you hop thru and see all these amazing creations!
Here's the whole line up:
- Colleen ~ http://www.cbcscrapbooking.blogspot.com
- Jennifer ~ http://wunderscreations.blogspot.com
- Tina ~ http://tinasscrapcorner.blogspot.com----->You are here Tahi ~ http://tahisscrapcorner.blogspot.com
- Jennifer ~ http://creativecricutdesigns.blogspot.com
- Jenny~ http://cccjalessi.blogspot.com/
- Amanda ~ http://cricktncrafts.blogspot.com Shawnee ~ http://quiverofangels.blogspot.com/
1st I would like to say my prayers are with the Families in Conn.
Hi you all I hope your enjoying the hop this is the card I have done for you all today
First you want to cut out the parts and glue the layers together. The layer cartridges are pretty cool to use because they add cut marks for lining each piece. I use Scotch scrapbooker's liquid glue in case I have to wiggle any of the pieces to fit (dries quick though)(cut out at 3")
Next you want to put on the liquid applique (mine is from Marvy, you should be able to get it at any scrapbook store). I have added the liquid to the white on the hat and used the heat gun to make the applique effect.
Add some stickles to dress it up and it looks great on the front of a card. Takes about an hour to get it put together from all the pieces cut out. Easy-peasy.
Supplies Cardstock: Red, white, black, brown and tan (All from ANW/Crestwood, Inc.)
Patterned Paper: DCWV the Cristmas Combo stack
Stamps: Merry Christmas from Scrappy Cat
Ink: True Red (Ink it Up)
Pens: White gelly roll pen for stitching
Die cuts: Squirrel from Jolly Holidays
Ribbon: Sheer Red (Jo-Anns)
Trimmer: Cricut and Fiskars
Punches: Fiskars lace corner for the sentiment
Adhesive: Scotch Scrapbooker's Glue
Stickles: Xmas Red, Diamond, Paprika
Embossing powder: SU Iridescent Ice with the fluff
Electronic cutter: Cricut Expression
Tools: as we call the basic kit (it all sits out on my craft desk)
Thanks for stopping by my corner of the world and you next stop is at Tahi Scrap Corner
(Small world, we both have a craft corner in this big world)