‘Peace & Joy’ December 2021 Release Instagram hop and prizes to be won!
Hi everyone! Hope you are having a happy Sunday. And, we are here to make it more happier - with Instagram hop and prizes to be won celebrating our latest release ‘Peace & Joy’ for December 2021 :-)
If you don’t follow me on Instagram, please do so here. I would love to welcome you in our little tribe. We do share lots more inspiration (and entertainment) over there, than we do here on the blog alone. It’s a fun place to be and yes, every month we have giveaways too :)
I created 2-for-1 mini slimline cards for this hop using our Doodled wreath stamp set.
Doodled Wreath Stamp set (on VaradaSharma.com | on Etsy.com)
Mini Slimline Envelope & Nested Card Creator - Large Die of the Month Jul 21
Gansai Tambi watercolors
Nuvo Crystal Drops Autumn Red
Ranger Stickles Gold Glitter Glue
Use PowerPoint to size the main wreath image to about 6"x6" and print on watercolor paper. I used Canson Cold Pressed watercolor paper.
Cut out two parts separately using the two largest mini slimline card sized dies from the die set.
Mix 4 different shades of green and paint the leaves.
For berries use Nuvo drops or Stickles.
For sentiment I used some stickers I had from older Spellbinders Card kits. You can use die cut sentiments or even printed or foiled sentiments.
Since there was already enough detail with the berries, I did not add any other bling to it. Love how these turned out. Hope you liked them too :)
We are hoping along starting from my feed @VaradaSharma. Do drop by to check out the full list of participants. We will pick 3 winners to receive $10 store credit each, from comments across all the stops. So, what are you waiting for?
For your convenience, I am sharing links to the supplies I’ve used or the ones you can use for making similar cards – click on the picture or link to go directly to the product. Wherever available, I have used affiliate links, which means when you make a purchase, I receive a small commission (at no extra cost to you) which I use to run this blog. I truly appreciate your support!