Holiday 2017 Card Making Series - Card and Coordinating Tag feat C.C. Designs - Spotlight on the Card



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Hello everyone! Today I am back with a card I made using some adorable stamps by C.C. Designs, as well as the fourth video in my Holiday 2017 Card Making series on YouTube. I also made a tag which coordinates with this card, you can see it and watch the video tutorial at this link. I think having matching cards and tags for your Christmas presents is a great idea, and a way to make your gifts even more unique! Consider yourselves warned, though: this is definitely not a project aimed towards mass production, it is rather something for one of those special people in your life. :)
But let’s move on to the card and tag making process. To begin with, I printed the images from the Roberto’s Rascals Snowmen Kids set on some Neenah Desert Storm cardstock with my Canon Pixma printer. These images are also available as rubber stamps, but I decided to work with the digital version, because I was really eager to start creating with these cute images! I also printed the images on some repositionable packaging labels, so that I would be able to create masks later on.
For this project I decided to combine Prismacolor pencils and Distress Oxides: they look perfect together, especially when used on kraft cardstock! 
After having printed my little scene, I trimmed down the card panel to 4.25” by 5.25”, and I did some coloring with my Prismacolor pencils. I then masked the images and moved on to the background. For the sky I used Distress Oxides in Faded Jeans and Black Soot, and for the hill and the snow I used Yeti white pigment ink by Lawn Fawn. I used two stencils by My Favorite Things: the Drifts and Hills stencil, and the Snowfall stencil. I created an additional mask for the hill by tracing the stencil on my masking paper and cut the shape with my scissors.
For the sentiment on my card I used Distress Oxide in Faded Jeans and the Clearly Besotted Stamps Tiny Type stamp set.
I then adhered two strips of Neenah Desert Storm on the sides of the card because I wanted some of the kraft cardstock to show. I also cut another tag, also from Neenah Desert Storm cardstock, and adhered it to the back of the one I had colored. 

If you want a deeper insight in the card making process, I created a video for you guys, that you can watch on my  YouTube channel!  And don’t forget to let me know what you think about it!



And that’s it for today! I really hope you liked the card and enjoyed the video! If so you might want to check out how I made the coordinating tag by clicking on this link!
And here's a side-by-side look at these adorable card and tag

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I really love them, and I hope you do too! I will be back soon with more fun projects, and in the meantime I wish you all a great day! 

List of supplies 

C.C. Designs Roberto’s Rascals Snowmen Kids digi stamps
Clearly Besotted Stamps Tiny Type stamp set.
Neenah Desert Storm cardstock 
Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils, set of 132
Distress Oxides - Faded Jeans, Black Soot
Lawn Fawn Yeti Pigment ink
Ranger mini ink blender 
My Favorite Things Drifts and Hills stencil
My Favorite Things Snowfall stencil
Herma Repositionable A4 packaging labels
EK Success CutterBee Scissors
Canon Pixma TS5055
Mini MISTI
Tonic Studios Guillotine Trimmer 
White glue

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