Sue, Phill, John and myself are all up at Creative Expressions HQ today running a training day for CE Retailers. It's my job to demonstrate new Christmas Spellbinders Dies which CE have instock now for your local retailer to buy. I've just received my stock of dies and will be busy loading them onto my website this evening.
So, today, I thought I'd share one of the samples I've made -
Christmas Holly Corners Borders & Icons Stamp Set onto Coconut White Card using Forest Moss Distress Ink. I then ran it through the Grand Calibur with the Creative Expressions Swirling Holly Embossing Folder and inked around the edges with Festive Berries Distress Ink using a Smoothie.
Spellbinders Lattice Ornaments Die Set. I cut the outer die of the bell and the bauble out of Brunswick Green Card (cutting the bell twice) and both dies of the bell and the bauble out of Rich Red Card (again cutting the bell twice). The little bow is from the same die set and I cut it 3 times out of Vintage Gold Card. I added some Bakers Twine from the Primary Set at the back of the baubles.
Creative Expressions Peace on Earth Stamp Set using Vermillion Archival. I cut it out using A2 Matting Basics and inked through the die with Forest Moss Distress Ink. I cut a mat out of Brunswick Green Card using another A2 Matting Basics Die.
8mm White Pearls to the corners and piercing around the edges.
We went to see Ant Man on Monday night. Nathan is 19 and we always go and see Marvel and DC films together. We really enjoyed the movie - very funny in places. Would recommend it if you like Marvel films.
I have no more holiday photos to share. Kathryn has been busy working at the Drystack in Port Solent so hasn't blogged since the last link I shared with you.
I have got a few more photos to share with you from Kathryn's Graduation last week -
Thanks for stopping by.