Christmas Cards with Peppermint Kisses

Hello Kaisercraft fans,

Emmy here today sharing my second project for October. With Christmas only two months away, I decided that it is time to begin with my Christmas cards. And what better collection to do so than Kaisercraft’s Peppermint Kisses collection (available at Merly Impressions’ online store). MI-christmas-cards-web530MI-christmas-cards-det-a MI-christmas-cards-det-b MI-christmas-cards-det-cFor my card bases I used Kaisercard Snow Weave Cardstock and Kaisercard Crimson Weave Cardstock. I hand-cut the card bases, so they would fit my design. The pattern paper panels on top I cut from pattern papers from the Paper Pad. I gave one of my cards a lacey edge using an edge punch and I stamped on the pattern paper panels of two of my cards using Kaisercraft Tiny Dot clear stamp and Ink Pad – Bark. To adhere all the different layers together, I used Mounting Foam Tape and Mounting Foam DotsMI-christmas-cards-det-d MI-christmas-cards-det-e MI-christmas-cards-det-f

To create my designs I used fussy cut images from the Paper Pad, pre-cut embellishments from the Collectables pack and stickers from the Sticker BookMI-christmas-cards-det-g MI-christmas-cards-det-h MI-christmas-cards-det-i MI-christmas-cards-det-jI also added some die-cut embellishments using Kaisercard Crimson Weave Cardstock and Kaisercraft Decorative Die – Texture Diamonds. MI-christmas-cards-det-kAs a final touch I added Rhinestones – Deep Yellow and Rhinestones – Red and I sprinkled KaiserMist Spray Ink – White on top of all layers. MI-christmas-cards-det-l MI-christmas-cards-det-m MI-christmas-cards-det-n MI-christmas-cards-det-o

I hope I managed to inspire you today!

Have a great creative week!

Emmy xxx