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Thursday, December 10, 2015

{Spotlight Projects} Create a Quick Christmas Card Set with Deepti

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Hello friends! Deepti here and welcome to another spotlight feature. Today I thought of using the Mixed Media Elements stamps to create my Christmas card set. It is pretty quick and easy way to create a variety in design of cards for a Christmas set.

So, here's a look into the finished card set...



STEP 1
I started out by preparing for my card bases and die cut card panels for stamping the plaid patterns. I made a set of 5. Then I decided on to the stamps and inks that I will use for this.




STEP 2
 Next I stamped the plaid pattern using the traditional colors of Christmas. How I decided on the pattern, no particular method. It was totally spontaneous.






STEP 3
Next I stamped the sentiment from the Christmas Bell Medley set on each of the panel and adhered a die cut deer. Finally I stuck all these panels on the card bases.




It took me about an hour to finish all the cards, not bad at all LOL !! Here's the finished close up into each card :)











That finishes my spotlight feature :) I hope you enjoyed it and will give this a try. Happy paper crafting!


Stamps Deepti used in today's project:

  SheryRuss_MixedMediaElements  DAI-ChristmasBellMedley-preview


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21 comments:

  1. Such a fun plaid pattern using the mixed media stamps and I love your cards. Thanks for the inspiration, since I haven't finished allof my Christmas cards yet.

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  2. What a creative use of the stamps Deepti, and gorgeous cards!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. Thank you Deepti for your wonderful inspiration to create fast and easy Christmas cards. Just what I needed. LOL

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  4. Your card set is looking very festive! Love your background!

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  5. What a tip for making the card!! I love the way how this is simple yet so effective.

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  6. Wonderful idea to create background .loved the cards :)

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  7. You are an inspiration! Thank you for sharing and showing the versatility of mixed media elements stamp set. I'm heading for my craft room to find red and green ink. X

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  8. How clever...Great use of the mixed media stamps and gorgeous colours..love it x

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  9. How clever...Great use of the mixed media stamps and gorgeous colours..love it x

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  10. Beautiful plaid pattern!! Very pretty colors Deepti!!
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

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  11. Wow! Love your card set, Deepti! Pretty plaid background with silhouette deer!

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  12. Very clever stamping Deepti and you've made me think about some older stampers that I own (+15 years) that I might be able to stamp or adapt in a different way, thank you huni! Karen x

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  13. Oh my!! The backgrounds on these cards are amazing. I am going to have to find some time to play. I LOVE how these came out and the silhouette deer are perfection!!

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  14. These are lovely Shery. Perfect cards for our setting out here at the ranch!!!! Loved seeing how you made your backgrounds - just fabulous. j.

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  15. These are so pretty. Great technique. Hugz

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  16. Awesome backgrounds with a pretty look for the deer silhouettes!

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