Christmas Gift Voucher Cards

Welcome back.

This week I have been busy making Christmas goodies for Gift Hutt.  I have nearly sold out of my gift voucher cards and thought I would make some more using some different techniques.  I had a look on Pinterest and found this idea using the Stampin Up top note die on this site here.  They were very quick and easy to do.

I have been going through my supplies to do a de-stash and found a packet of Kaisercraft Leaf and Twig papers that coordinated really well with White Pines, Fern and Ruby cardstock.  So I have made some card holders and also some Christmas sweet treats with them.  I have had the little stamp set for many years and it is so cute.  Unfortunately, the shop that I bought it from has just closed down.   I have used the CTMH blender pen to colour in the images for a bit of colour.

Top Note Gift Card Holders

Top Note Gift Card Holders

Here are the sweet treats inspired by a CTMH consultant Karen Campbell Leach using the Art Philosophy cartridge.  These were also quick to make and I have used a combination of White Pines and the Kaisercraft Leaf and Twig papers.

Art Philosophy Sweet Treats

Materials used:

Cardstock – Ruby, Topiary, Fern, Kraft (CTMH)

Papers CTMH White Pines, Kaisercraft Leaf and Twig

Ink – Desert Sand, Black, Fern, Ruby (CTMH)

Stamps – Hastings Rubber Stamps Not a Peep – (NLA)

CTMH blender pen

White Pines Assortments

Stampin Up Top Note Die

Cricut Cartridge – CTMH Art Philosophy

Cranberry Baker’s Twine

Cranberry chevron ribbon

Durable studs – bronze round

Various punches – 1 3/4″ Stampin Up, 1 1/4″ CTMH, 1″ Fiskars

All these will be available for sale at Gift Hutt.

Have a good week and Happy Crafting.

Patricia

 

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