I'm showing off some of the cards made at my World Cardmaking Day event last Saturday. Once again, I provided materials and some examples, but people really went to town designing their own cards.
Stampin' Up! sent along a pack of Joyous Noel DSP from last year's Holiday Catalogue, and I had a lot of the Joyous Noel Glimmer Paper left over, so these made a great starting point for projects. I pre-cut some of the Detailed Deer Dies out of both the Glimmer Paper and some Copper Foil.
The other end of the table had this set-up:
This is a card layout I CASE'd from Laura Beuchler. I changed the DSP to use up the Dashing Along paper I had left over from last year (she used the Wrapped in Plaid from this year's HC which works very nicely - see product list below if you want to make these!). I set up my Stamparatus so that it was easy to mass-produce the stamping. The pre-cut DSP and mats were able to mix-and-match. Lots of this design were made, but people also put their own twists on them, too.
Below are some of the cards made from this table and also some made by combining products from both tables. I love how the creative minds worked!
Here's what you'll need to make the easily mass-produced card at the top of this post. You can use a different graphic element under the sentiment...I used this one because I had the stamp set.
I've been paper-crafting since 2006, and an Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator since 2010. I love sharing my craft with others, either through classes or by creating special cards and gifts that meet their needs. Join me in creating fun!