50% off Paper Crafter’s Library Membership for Black Friday/Cyber Monday!

I just wanted to pop in today and first off, wish all my American friends a Happy Thanksgiving (yesterday *wink*).  I also wanted to let you know that Paper Crafter’s Library (PCL) is offering our very own Black Friday/Cyber Monday Special!

In celebration of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Paper Crafter’s Library is offering a 50% savings on a Paper Crafter’s Library 1 year FULL membership.

If you’ve been wanting to join Paper Crafter’s Library, NOW is the time to do it - you have until Monday, November 26 11:59 pm EST to take advantage of this fantastic offer. This is the FIRST time PCL has had this kind of sale since they launched in 2011, and there are no guarantees that we will offer it again. 

To take advantage of this special and join now click here. For details on what Paper Crafter’s Library membership includes, visit the Benefits of Membership Page.

If you are already a one year subscriber of Paper Crafter’s Library, no worries, you can add the one year membership price to your current membership and it will just continue for another year. Please note that this sale is not retro-active - we are not offering refunds on current membership.

Also note that this offer is for the FULL membership only - not the monthly or Stampin’ Up! Video Gallery memberships. However, full PCL membership does include the entire Stampin’ Up! Gallery.

If you are already a Paper Crafter’s Library monthly subscriber, think about signing up for a year while this offer is availalbe. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email us at: customerservice@papercrafterslibrary.com.

I also wanted to let you know about a fantastic Silhouette American Black Friday offer have going on right now here on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog. Silhouette has some fantastic deals on their products. To enter our give-away of a Designer Edition software (msrp $49.99) and take advantage of the specials, click here.


Silhouette Black Friday Specials 2012 & A Give - Away

It’s Black Friday and I am thrilled to be able to hook you up with discounts from Silhouette America exclusively for Paper Crafter’s Library  readers!   Here’s how it works: when you visit Silhouette America by clicking on this link, you’ll be able to get the discounts listed below.  All you have to do is use the code ANDREA when you check out - easy peasy!

Here are the juicy details:

1 Silhouette CAMEO® (pictured below) plus 1 copy of Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition (MSRP $349.98) for $229.99!  If you’ve never used the Silhouette Cameo before you can read about it and watch a comprehensive video tutorial HERE.


1 Silhouette Portrait™ for $179.99.  The Silhouette Portrait is Cameo’s little sister.  It has the same motor and cutting mechanism as the company’s hit Cameo machine, but the more portable Portrait machine weighs only 3.5 lbs and cuts materials up to 8″ wide (versus 12″ for the Cameo). Like its bigger sister, the Portrait works with Silhouette Studio software and has the ability to register and cut printed materials.

40% off at silhouetteamerica.com.(Offer only valid at silhouetteamerica.comExpires November 30, 2020. Rain checks not available.  ** Please note that the 40% discount excludes Silhouette CAMEO®, Silhouette Portrait™, downloads, download cards, subscriptions, and gift cards **

So, to cash in on these discounts, click this link, and use the code “ANDREA” at checkout!

Please note that the promo codes are only valid within the US, and the promo codes end on November 30th.

Wondering how to use and what you can make with a Silhouette?  The possibilities are limitless, but to get you started, check out some of our complimentary video tutorials in Paper Crafter’s Library!

Give-Away Details

In addition to all the great deals with Silhouette, I am excited to be able to give away 1 copy of Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition compliments of Silhouette America.  Here is some info about the software:

Here is some info on Designer Edition:

All you have to do to enter this Give-Away is to leave a comment in the comments section of this post.  I’d love to hear about whether or not you took advantage of any of the specials and whether you currently own a Silhouette Portrait or Cameo.

Wishing You Peace, Love and Joy Video Tutorial

We have been working very hard to bring you the Christmas designs showcased this week.  I hope that you enjoyed all of our creations and can draw some inspiration for what we have brought to you!

Wishing You Peace, Love and Joy

To create this card I started by simply die cutting a tree shape from this beautiful piece of DP from Studio Calico’s Wonderland Collection.  I then sponged the tree to add some dimension, embellished it using various sizes and shades of green rhinestones and voila…a beautiful focal point for my card!  I also added a piece of chevron DP from the same collection to the card.  But, rather than just adding a rectangular piece of DP to the card, I cut along the chevron pattern on the top and bottom of the DP using my paper snips and I found that this anchored the card! 

Download the pdf handout here


Stamps: Tree Trimming Trio (papertrey ink)

Ink: Dark Chocolate Dye ink, Ripe Avocado Dye ink (papertrey ink); Old Olive Classic ink (Stampin’ Up!)

Paper: Crumb Cake CS (Stampin’ Up!); Wonderland 6” x 6” Paper Pad (Studio Calico)

Accessories: bone folder, paper snips, Stampin’ Dimensionals, stamping sponges (Stampin’ Up!); Tape Runner XL (thermo-web); In The Meadow die (papertrey ink); Big Shot (Sizzix); Lost & Found Christmas rhinestones (My Mind’s Eye)


Peace Vellum Holiday Photo Card

I also wanted to share with you a project I created for our members this week - this beautiful Peace Vellum Holiday Photo Card.  Every year we have family photos taken and I thought this would be a great way to send the photo to friends and family this Christmas.

We have a video for our members here.  (You must be logged in to view the video)


Ink: Vermillion Archival ink (optional) (Ranger); R27 Copic marker (optional)(Copic)

Paper: Kraft CS (papertrey ink); Whisper White CS, Cherry Cobbler CS, Vellum CS (Stampin’ Up!)

Accessories: bone folder, paper-piercing tool, Stampin’ Pierce Mat, paper snips, sponge daubers (optional) (Stampin’ Up!); repositionable adhesive (Dotto); Classic Rectangles Large Nestabilities dies, Grand Calibur (Spellbinders); Tape Runner XL (thermo-web); Snowflakes embossing folder (Cuttlebug); Big Shot (Sizzix); Tombow multi-purpose liquid glue (Tombow); ribbon threading needle (Craft Store); tape (Scotch); Maraschino baker’s twine (The Twinery); Portfolio alphabet stickers (Pink Paislee); Air Brush (optional)(Copic)

Have a great weekend!

Wish Big Tag

Happy Thanksgiving to all our American readers.  I hope you all have a great holiday with friends and family!

Sophia created this Wish Big tag for our Paper Crafter’s Library members today.  This tag would make a great embellishment to the outside of a gift bag or attached to a wrapped gift.  As this project uses several chipboard elements, Sophia shows you how you can alter chipboard elements by using chalk ink.

We have a video for our members here.  (You must be logged in to view the video)


Ink: Aquatic Splash, Turquoise Gem and Eggplant Chalk inks (VersaMagic); Toffee, Gray Whale, Ocean and Pumpkin Spice Chalk inks (ColorBox); Coffee Bean Brilliance ink (Tsukineko); Vintage Photo and Stormy Sky Distress inks (Ranger); Red Pan Pastel (Colorfin); Black and Brown Pitt pens (Faber-Castell)

Paper:  Jovial Collection DP, Cappella Collection DP (Basic Grey), Soft Sky DP(retired)(Stampin’ Up!); Mat Board (Craft Store)

Accessories: stamping sponges, 2-way glue pen, Stampin’ Distress Tool, paper snips (Stampin’ Up!); Tombow multi-purpose liquid glue (Tombow); Sofft tool (Colorfin); Lullaby Thickers (American Crafts); Liquid Applique (Marvy Uchida); Tiny Type Brown alphabet stickers (Cosmo Cricket); Craft Bond Spray Adhesive (Elmers); Big Shot, 2” Square Movers and Shapers die (Sizzix); Tag and Bookplate die (Tim Holtz Alterations); craft knife, self-healing cutting mat (Craft Store); Home Tweet Home Mini chipboard, Windows chipboard (Maya Road); ink blending tool, Glossy Accents, Heat It! tool (Ranger); 3D Foam (thermo-web)


Graphic 45 Guest Designer: Nicole Eccles

Here is the latest installment of our Graphic 45 Guest Designers. Many of you may remember that back in April we hosted a Graphic 45 Week on the Paper Crafter’s Library Blog. It was week filled with projects and inspiration using Graphic 45′s Tropical Travelogue Collection. We had such a great experience partnering with Graphic 45 and their design team, and such a great response from you, that we’ve decided to partner with them on an ongoing basis. The first and third week of every month one of the Graphic 45 Designers will share a project they’ve created here on the PCL Blog. We started with our monthly designers in June and before I introduce you to our latest Designer, I just wanted to take a minute to re-introduce Graphic 45 for those of you that may not be familiar with the company.

Graphic 45 is an award-winning scrapbook and paper crafting company­— owned and operated by a mother and her two daughters.

Diane Schultz (pictured center)—Designer and CEO (aka mother)

“I’m passionate about being creative and eager to make it possible for others to find their creative voice. My background includes stints as a designer for, McCalls, Simplicity, Vogue/ Butterick, Mattel Toy Company and a host of other jobs that each, in some way, led me to what I do now. At 45 I went back to school and got my degree in graphic design— I named the company to celebrate that achievement.”

Aimee Filimoehala (pictured left) —Director of Operations

“I wear a lot of hats and love it that way. Business, marketing, operations, etc. have made me a pro at multitasking (aka juggling‑figuratively and literally). When we launched Graphic 45 just three years ago we had no idea what was in store, working together as a family has been an amazing journey that we all feel so grateful to be apart of.”

Charee Filimoehala (pictured right)—Director of Customer Service and Design Team Coordinator

“I joined the team a little over three years ago and haven’t looked back…what a life-changing experience this has been. I love working with and around creative people and products (not to mention I like my co-workers quite a bit). I spend my days working with our friendly stores and talented design team…the occasional trip to a workshop or tradeshow pretty nice too.”

Together we create vintage inspired crafting products that capture the flamboyant style of the 1920′s and 30′s - with vibrant color, irresistible texture and imaginative design to create products with decades-old appeal that’s both fresh and familiar. Let our products inspire your next scrapbook layout, card, album or home decor project.


Here’s a picture of their booth at the CHA show which absolutely blows us away every year! The artwork inside is absolutely stunning and totally unique. At the last show as we were speaking with Diane she told us that many of the altered pieces were vintage finds which she and her team transformed with their gorgeous Graphic 45 products. We can’t wait to stop by their booth at the Chicago CHA and see what they’ve got in store this year!

Here’s a picture of the Graphic 45 team - they’re always dressed in period costumes to complement the themes in their collections - every day of the show brings a new set of costumes. The ones shown below were for their Little Darlings collection.

Graphic 45 Designer Nicole Eccles

Our next Graphic 45 Guest Designer for this month is Nicole Eccles who is part of the 2012 Graphic 45 Design Team. We are very excited to share Nicole’s project with you.  She has an amazing project.

You can see Nicole’s fabulous project below, but first, here is a little more about Nicole:

Art for me is a daily part of life.  It is my release, my strength,  and my inspiration.  It has taught me patience, how to let go, and most important, who I really  am.  I feel as an artist, the world around you is seen in a different hue.   Not always marching to the same beat as everyone else.  Maybe you are a  dreamer, or hopeless romantic.  As artists We live in a reality based  world, that is often visited by fairies, strange creatures and all things  magical.  Where pigs really can fly, and anything is possible!
For me, the creative process is something that just happens.  I never  really have a set plan to create anything specific in mind.  Maybe I know  it is a canvas, or a shadowbox, but otherwise I let the papers and images guide  my imagination. Once an idea sparks, it becomes a mad dash to make the vision  come to life, as dust bunnies build up and dinner becomes something just quick  and convenient.  Searching for images, or staining my fingers with inks,  clothes covered in paint and staying up past the witching hour driving to just  get a little more done.  And once I finally do hit the bed, dreams of my creation keep me working  all night long, sometimes to where I don’t feel I have slept at all.  Wake  up, send the kiddo off to school and do it all again, until it has come to  life!


With a deep interest for Halloween, and the more bazaar. I have been  inspired by artists like Edward Gorey and Tim Burton. Add a love for science,  architecture and anything mechanical, it was only natural for me to be drawn to  the style of steampunk.


These collages are the perfect example of my love for steampunk and all  things funky.  Each one is created on stretched canvas, with a unique hand painted  background by using a mix of Acrylic paints, and adding a touch of shine and  wonder with Twinkling H20s.  Bright colors and imagery pull you into an almost surreal world, where  giant octopus battle with big fish.  Elephants perform in top hats, and  ravens rest about.  This is my fantasy world come to life!


Toy Truck Gift Box


I’m happy to bring you this Toy Truck Gift Box using Graphic 45’s Small Matchbook Box and A Nutcracker  Sweet.  This fun little project not only makes the perfect little gift box for  all ages, but it also makes a fun little toy! Designed to actually roll, this  tiny truck was created using Graphic 45’s small matchbook box and a little  imagination!
So if you are looking for a truly unique gift/box idea this  year, this project is for you.


Supplies Needed to create toy truck:
Graphic 45 Staples: 1 Small Matchbook box
                                 1 Ornate Metal Key Holes
                                 1 Metal Brad
                                 1 Sm. Metal Tag Staple


G45 A Nutcracker Sweet : 1 Endearing Sentiments
                                           1 Holiday Magic
                                           1 Land of Sweets
                                           1 A Nutcracker Sweet Sticker Sheet


G45 Christmas Emporium: 1 All I Want for Christmas
Ranger: Glossy Accents( for adhesive), Xmas Red Stickles, Lime green  stickles
May Arts Red Ribbon
Fine tip black sharpie marker
Paper trimmer
Black acrylic paint
Paint brush
1/4”Scor Tape
3D foam Squares
3 - 1/4” Wooden blocks found at any craft store
6 – Wooden wheels measuring at 1′”x 1/2” w/ 1/4” hole, found at any craft store
1- 1/4” Dowel Rod
Step 1: Using your paper trimmer, cut Endearing Sentiments to 8 1/2” x  5”.
Step 2: Wrap and adhere the cut strip of Endearing Sentiments around the  outside of the small Matchbook box,starting and finishing on the short side(this  will become the bottom of the box)
Step 3:To uncover the front opening on the box, carefully use scissors or  an Exacto knife to cut an X, working from corner to corner. (To make it easier  remove the sliding tray, and watch where you are cutting from the open  side)
Step 4: Fold the cut flaps into the box, cut away an excess paper, and  adhere flaps down using Glossy Accents.
Step 5: Next, using your paper trimmer, just cut Endearing Sentiments into two small  strips measuring 1 1/4” x 2 3/4”.
Step 6: Adhere the cut strips to the ends of the matchbook box.
Step 7: Adhere a Sm. tag to the underneath side of the matchbook box.   Leave approx. half of the tag hanging off.
Step 8: Cut All I Want for Christmas into 6 squares measuring 1 1/4” x 1  1/4”, and adhere on all the sides of one wooden block.

Step 9: Adhere 2 wooden blocks together using Glossy Accents.
Step 10: Cut All I Want For Christmas into
4 -2 1/2” x 1 1/4” rectangles
2 – 1 1/4” x 1 1/4” squares
Adhere to all the sides of the glued blocks together
Step 11: Adhere the single covered block on top of the double covered  blocks.
Step 12: Adhere the stacked covered blocks on top of the metal tag.
Step 13: Remove the slide out tray by pushing just above the cab of the  truck.
Using your paper trimmer cut Holiday Magic to 4 3/4” x  2 1/2”, and  adhere to the inside back of the slide out tray.
Step 14: Cut 1/4” Dowel rod into lengths of
2 – 2 1/2” Pieces
1 – 2 1/8” piece
Step 15: Using 6 Wooden wheels, slide them onto to each end of the cut  dowel rod pieces.  Paint black using acrylic paint
Step 16: To attach the wheels, use your paper trimmer to create the  attachments.
Cut 3 pieces of patterned paper to  1” x 1 1/4”
Step 17: Using your scoring board and tool, score at 1 /16”, 1/2” and  1”.  Fold in half, then fold the ends to create a fancy V shape.

Step 18: Attach the wheels w/ the dowel rods by placing the dowel rods into  the V shape, and adhering the small flaps to the bottom of the truck using  Glossy Accents.
(Please note my wheels are not painted yet in the picture, but to make  things easier your should already be painted)
Step 19: Using 1/4” Scor Tape, adhere the red May arts ribbon directly to  the center of the truck.  Starting at the top of the opening, and wrapping  around to finish off at the bottom of the opening.
Step 20: Peel and stick the Nutcracker Sweet sticker and adhere to a piece  of scrap paper.  Cut out the sticker, and adhere to the back of the truck  using 3D foam squares.
Step 21: Using your paper trimmer cut a strip of Land of Sweets to 3/4” x  12”.
Step 22: Lay the cut strip onto your scoring tool and score every 1/2”, or  for a tighter rosette every 1/8”
Step 23: Once the complete strip has been scored, begin to accordian fold  each score line, back and forth until the entire strip has been folded
Step 24: Now you can can glue the ends together and flatten the ring to  create your rosette.
To keep the rosette flat, adhere a small piece of paper to the back.
Step 25: Peel and stick the circular Nutcracker sweet sticker, and adhere  to the front of the rosette.  Decorate using stickles.
Step 26: Adhere completed rosette to the front center opening of the  truck
Step 27: Adhere the Metal Keyhole and Metal brad to the side of the truck  using Glossy accents
Step 28: To complete the truck, add hand drawn details to the doors and  windows of the cab using a fine tip sharpie marker.


We hope you have enjoyed this fun creation from Nicole. I would also like to extend a warm thank you to Nicole for sharing her lovely project with us! Please take a minute to stop by Nicole’s Blog and of course the Graphic 45 blog to check out all their amazing creations!

Trendy Tuesday - Non-Traditional Christmas Colours

Trendy Tuesday - Non-traditional Christmas Colours
By Colleen Harshaw

Well, you haven’t ‘seen’ me here at the Paper Crafter’s Library lately, and that is because there have been a lot of momentous things happening in our family!  Firstly, my husband and I took a two week trip, during which time we went first to Thailand and then to Santorini, Greece.  The Greece portion of our trip had been planned for months, as a 15th anniversary trip.  The Thailand part of the trip came up much later as the result of a job offer that my husband received.  So, of course, before accepting the job, we had to go and visit Bangkok to see what it was like.  The end result of that trip is that we are moving to Thailand!

We were only home for 24 hours before Hurricane Sandy hit us here in New Jersey, and then we were without power and other services for a VERY long 13 days.  We are now back up and running, and trying to sell our house.  So, that is why I haven’t been around much!

I plan to continue to write articles here at the Paper Crafter’s Library after our move.  That is the beauty of technology…I can be anywhere in the world and still do the job!

Now, back to business!

The first sample that I have for you today is a card that is made with some pretty bright colours.  Bright colours are a trend that have been talked about here at the Paper Crafter’s Library in the past, and they are spilling over into the Christmas category too!  I actually have two different card samples for you, both of which use the same stamped image as their focal point.  I always find it fascinating how the same stamped image, or even the same sketch, can be used by more than one person and each can make it look so totally different!

Both ladies have used blues, greens and pinks as part of their colour palettes.  I think you will notice a trend with these particular colours this holiday season!

Card by Joanne Basile for mftstamps.com
Photo credit to www.stampedbyhand.blogspot.com

Card by Karen Giron for mftstamps.com
Photo credit to www.kgiron.blogspot.com

Next, I have another card sample for you.  This card uses some of the traditional reds and greens that we so often see at Christmas time, but they are paired with a couple of different shades of blue and even a mossy looking green, giving the palette a different look about it.

Card by Jen del Muro
Photo credit to www.iheart2stamp.com

Here is another beautiful card sample which uses some interesting polka dot paper as an accent piece across the bottom.  If you look at the colours of the polka dots, they are all colours that would not typically be associated with Christmas cards!

Card by Karen Giron for mftstamps.com
Photo credit to www.kgiron.blogspot.com

Lastly, I have a card sample from our very own Andrea Walford!  I love the palette that she has used to create this holiday card.  Even though these colours are not ones that you typically see on a Christmas card, you have no trouble identifying it as such due to the greeting and the snowflake image that she has chosen to use.

Card by Andrea Walford for Paper Crafter’s Library

For those of you who don’t have time to hand make your Christmas cards this year, even the folks at Snapfish are on trend with this design that they offer on their website!

Photo credit to www.shutterfly.com

Here is a scrapbooking layout that uses reds and greens along with golds and (my favourite) pale blue.

Layout by Sczosnek
Photo credit to www.scrapbook.com

I found this next two page layout really fun.  It reminds me so much of Thanksgiving due to the choice of colours, but once you really look, the title and the accents indicate otherwise!  Sneaky!

Layout by We R Memory Keepers
Photo credit to www.scrapbook.com

If you are looking for some further inspiration, you have got to see this!  I found this photo on the Better Homes and Gardens website.  How about adding some fuchsia to your colour scheme this year?!

Photo credit to www.bhg.com

Purple can be nice too……  How about purple and cream to decorate your holiday table?

Photo credit to www.thedecorologist.com

OK, now for the product list!  I have a few paper lines to show you today, but keep in mind that many of these lines have other accessories too. 

Carta Bella Merry and Bright Collection Kit
Photo credit to cartabellapaper.com

My Mind’s Eye All is Bright Collection
Photo credit to www.mymindseye.typepad.com

This next line from SEI incorporates some bright colours and some birds.  That bird trend had been around for quite some time now…and I must admit, I am not a fan.  Are those bird ever going to go away?!

SEI Berry Melody Assortment Pack
Photo credit to www.scrapbook.com

And last, but not least, we have this cute line from Kaisercraft.  I am sure there are many more products out there that I haven’t mentioned today, but that means that you now get to have some fun hunting them down!  I don’t want to make it too easy for you to spend your hard earned money.  :-)

Kaisercraft Mind Twist Collection - Christmas - 6.5 x 6.5 Paper Pad
Photo credit to www.scrapbook.com

Enjoy your creative time this holiday season!  I look forward to ‘seeing’ you again soon here at the Paper Crafter’s Library.  Until next time…..


Project Ideas Newsletter: Hello

Baker’s twine is everywhere I look right now.  This is a great way to showcase multiple colors of baker’s twine  all on one card.  Go ahead and have some fun with all the colors that you love! Add a fantastic greeting with a few rhinestones to complete this fun and simple card!

Newsletter subscribers will have received a link to a private web page, from which they can watch the video tutorial for this Hello card. Please note that the video tutorial will be available for general viewing for one week only – and then will be moved into our library for our members only. In order to ensure you don’t miss any more of our Project Ideas Newsletter video tutorials, please be sure you sign up for our FREE email newsletter from the top right sidebar of this blog. If you didn’t receive the newsletter then please be sure to email us to confirm your subscription.

Thanks For All You Do Video Tutorial

The buzz in the studio was amazing this week.  We’ve been so focused on Christmas designing that both Andrea and myself are on a creative high!  I just love all the beautiful things that we have on hand for creating all things Christmas!  I hope that you all have enjoyed our projects and make sure to check back with us next week for even more amazing Christmas projects!

Thanks For All You Do

I really needed a break from Christmas card designs!  I looked around our studio and found this absolutely beautiful designer paper.  It is so bright and cheery that I wanted to showcase the pattern.  I pulled out my favorite color of CS (Daffodil Delight!), a few coordinating buttons and used my favorite scallop punch. With the addition of the big bold greeting, my card was complete!

Download the pdf handout here


Stamps: Thanks All Ways (papertrey ink)

Ink: Early Espresso Classic ink (Stampin’ Up!)

Paper: Daffodil Delight CS, Very Vanilla CS (Stampin’ Up!); Dark Chocolate CS (papertrey ink); Paradise Beach DP Collection (Echo Park)

Accessories: bone folder, mini glue dots, Stampin’ Dimensionals (Stampin’ Up!); Tape Runner XL (thermo-web); brown embroidery thread (Craft Store); Berry Sorbet Vintage buttons, Lemon Tart Vintage buttons and Spring Moss Vintage buttons (papertrey ink); Open Scallop Edger punch (EK Success); Repositionable adhesive (Dotto)


Have a great weekend!

October Design Team Project - Canvas Snowman Card

I wanted to create a scene using different textures. There’s texture in the felt snowflakes (Die-namics dies), the snowy acetate and also the printable canvas paper snowman. The snowman is a Hero Arts set called ‘Smiling Snowman’ and I’ve used stamp markers to add colour to the stamp. The papers are cute- from the ‘Happy Days’ set (Papermania). I’ve kept it sentiment-less as you can add a winter sentiment or a Christmas one too. I love the little guy- he makes me smile. The acetate is attached to the inside of the card so the little snowman is actually standing proud away from the card.  There is a video on how to create this Canvas Snowman card in the library for Paper Crafter’s Library members.

I hope you have enjoyed this project.  Stop by my blog to see more of my projects.





Darling Angel

I just love this Magnolia little girl stamp and thought she would look great on a Christmas card.  I colored her in using Copic markers and then applied glitter to her wings for some added sparkle.  I also used various flowers and some bead garland to embellish the card.

We have a video tutorial for our members here.  (You must be logged in to view the page.)


Stamps: Dancing With Stars Tilda (Magnolia)

Ink: Mel’s Diner Glimmer Mist (Tattered Angels); R32, R35, R37, R39, B0000, B000, B01,YG91, YG93, YG95, YG97, E31, E35, E37, E39, E0000, E00, E11, Y11, Y18, W0 and W1 Copic markers (Copic); Tudedo Black Memento ink (Tsukineko)

Paper: Ripe Avocado CS (papertrey ink); Cherry Cobbler CS (Stampin’ Up!); Handmade Holiday 6” x 6” pad (Simple Stories)

Accessories: bone folder, Dazzling Diamonds glitter, Framelits - Labels Collection, Craft scissors, paper snips, 2-way glue pen (Stampin’ Up!); Roses Paper Flower White -TK1933 (Maya Road); Perle Bebe En Francais flowers, Laraine Candy Apple flowers, Charme Rose Doodle-Deux (Prima); Rustic Jute Button twine, Simply Chartreuse ½” Luxe Satin ribbon (papertrey ink); floral branch, wire cutters (Craft Store); Shabby Chic Chandelier Garland - Green (Magnolia); Tape Runner XL, 3D Foam (thermo-web); Matte Removable Tape (Scotch); Heat It! tool (Ranger); hot glue (Martha Stewart)