Wednesday, 21 December 2016

CAS Xmas Cards

Hi Friends!!

Sathya here again. Christmas is just couple of days away...Hope you are gearing up for this season...Our Christmas tree is up 2 weeks before and my little one wrapped the gifts to gift away his pals. He also made ready his long never ending Wishlist to Santa :D

And ...I have come up with some Super simple CAS cards this time, which can be mass produced and to chuck it with those Gifts either, as mostly are one layered.







  • Took A2 sized white colored cardbase.
  • Stamped and heat embossed Christmas sentiment in gold.
  • On vellum, gold embossed Poinsettia from Jingle bells stampset and colored uisng Polychromos pencils.
  • Added a white ribbon with Snowflake print and to it, added the poinsettia.
  • This finishes off this super simple card.




  • Took A2 sized kraft cardbase.
  • Matted with a designer paper which had christmas tree prints.
  • Stamped and gold embossed Christmas Sentiment on vellum.
  • Die cut and Layered this on cardbase and this finishes off my card.

  • Took A2 sized Black cardbase.
  • For the focal element, Stamped and gold embossed the whimsical christmas tree from Christmas Stampset.
  • Sentiment from Christmas Decors stampset is gold heat embossed.
  • Yet another simple one layer is ready.





  • Took A2 white cardbase.
  • Took a watercolor paper, Silver heat embossed the snowflakes from  Christmas decors stampset and applied Distress inks - Tumbled glass and Salty ocean.
  • Added this watercolor strip to the cardbase.
  • Added Sentiment just below this focal panel, from Christmas stampset.
  • Thus the card is ready.
Stamps used:





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"Wishing You all A Very Merry Christmas & Very Happy New Year 2017"


Cheers,
Sathya

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