Use an anti-static bag when using glitter and embossing powders, then they won't stick where they are not wanted!
As we know Christmas in the crafting world starts in April ;) This means we have plenty of time to enjoy all the wonderful stamps and dies, plus playing with different effects, especially glitter and sparkle.
Christmas card using Tim Holtz's' Metropolis city dies, this time with a cool winter theme for Christmas.
Penny Black's Lamp stamp on a snowy background .
Christmas card using Tim Holtz's Treeline and Prancing Deer dies.
Christmas card using Penny Black's Art Deco Christmas tree stamp.
Monochrome Christmas using Penny Black's Snowy Park and simple pencil shading.
Tim Holtz Snow Globe die set. No colouring needed! Just patterned papers.
Penny Black's well know snowman. Sporting a blue scarf and surrounded by snowflakes.
An all white Christmas card featuring the houses, trees and mountains from Tim Holtz's Snowglobe die set. Don't like white? - there's a colour version too!
This is exactly the layout as White Wishes but using patterned paper instead of white card and texture. Still needs the Wink of Stella though!
Tim Holtz and MFT Jingle all the way Santa make a simple but effective card.
Penny Black's Snowy Hamlet has a wonderful Christmas feel, using Zig Clear colour markers
Z-fold card depicting a sleigh pulled by dashing reindeer.
A circular easel card in traditional colours
Glittery snowflakes will dance and catch the light as they shoot out from this box card.
Memory Box aperture card framing a winter scene.
Santa is on his way over the houses in this silhouetted card
Other Christmas Cards
Here are some Christmas projects that just have a brief explanation.
A Simple snowflake
Plain but effective
A Christmas screen card
More of a decoration than a card!
A card for those in a hurry!
Traditional white silhouette
A leaping deeer on a simple embossed background
A filigree apature star
A wintery landscape
A gental snow scene screen card