Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

Happy Noel
OH MY…
Christmas is just about 6 weeks away!!!
Do you need to create a few Christmas Cards!!!
Are you excited to see all the fabulous sketches for this quarter on PageMaps! 
I love mixing up my Christmas Card making with other Fall projects!
It keeps me from becoming overwhelmed.
BUT REMEMBER….
that the CardMaps and PageMaps sketches can be incorporated for any holiday, theme, event, etc.

Here is the CardMaps sketch I used!
I love the simplicity of the sketch…
BUT…
It can be created simply or with lots of added layers.  

I began my card by adhering my Nostalgia pattern paper to the top of my card base using a Xyron Tape runner. 
Die cut the Scribbles from white card stock; run through the Xyron Creative Station using Xyron Permanent Adhesive. 
Add to top of card. 

Die cut “Noel” sentiment from the Vintage Tidings Die; layer together. 
Adhere to top of card over scribbles. 
Punch patter paper circle and scalloped images; layer together. 
Add to front of card over scribbles. 

Punch second image; add to top of card with pop dots. 
Die cut Paper Snowflakes from pattern paper; adhere to front of card. 
Add small enamel dot to center of one snowflake. 

Punch small circles from pattern paper; layer together with pop dot. 
Add to center of snowflake. 

I hope you are inspired to check out all the CardMaps sketches for this quarter as well as sketches in the archives to create your holiday cards with… 
REMEMBER…
you can print them off for you future card making projects. 
Pam


Supplies:
Authentique Nostalgia 12″ x 12″ Paper Pad
Sizzix Vintage Tidings
Sizzix Mini Paper Snowflakes
Sizzix Scribbles and Splat
1/2″, 3/4″, and 3″ Circle Punch
2 1/2″ Scallop Punch
Xyron Creative Station with Permanent Adhesive
Xyron Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive

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