These two are both made from Kraft Cardstock Base with Patterned Paper from my Christmas/Winter stash. I then used Hemp Twine and Kraft Cardstock and some Bluish CS from my stash to make the Circles which I popped up with Dimensionals. I used my SU White Gel pen for the faux stitching and the hand lettering on the sentiments.
For these next two I started with a base of Kraft Cardstock and rounded the bottom corners. I then layered a part of Patterned paper from my Christmas/Winter stash and a bit of Cherry Cobbler (SU) Cardstock. I stamped the sentiment from the Come To Bethlehem(SU) set in Old Olive Ink. I wrapped each with Whisper White Taffeta Ribbon(SU)
and the next two:
both made from Kraft CS base and the same piece of patterned paper from my Christmas/Winter stash as above. Again I used Cherry Cobbler(SU) CS and then wrapped with Very Vanilla(SU) Ribbon and stamped each with the sentiment from Come To Bethlehem (SU) set.
Then I made two of this one:
It's base is a blueish cardstock from my stash with a layer of kraft cs and patterned paper from my Christmas/Winter stash and layered with a Crumb Cake Taffeta Ribbon(SU) and punched two circles and layered them using dimensionals. I used my SU White Gel pen to handwrite the sentiment and the edges of the circle:)
and then these three:
and they are all a base of Kraft Cardstock and the layers are patterned paper from my Christmas/Winter stash. I stamped the sentiment from All Holidays(SU) in Old Olive Ink and then used the Ticket Corner Punch on the corners. Old Olive dotted ribbon(su) wraps each one:)
This last one I made using a base of Kraft cardstock as well (see a trend here?)
I layered a piece of Certainly Celerey(SU) CS and then put a layer of a piece of patterned paper from my Christmas/Winter stash then stamped the sentiment from Come To Bethlehem(SU) set twice in Cherry Cobbler(SU) Ink. I tied a cute lil bow out of red hemp twine (ret SU) and adhered with a mini glue dot between the sentiments. It is a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 square card:) and most certainly my favorite of todays card making:)