For today’s project share, I’m using Hero Arts Holiday Houses. I did one card and a tag using one of the houses for the tag.
I love doing card sets and at times its great to do a tag to complement a set. I usually use the tag to match the set that can be given also as gift.
For the projects, I printed and colored them with markers. I added some glitz and detail using white gel pen and clear Wink of Stella glitter pen. On a separate card base, I printed also the trees that comes also with the kit. One great thing about working on a digi kit is that it comes with other elements that you can use in a project.
The snow cap in those houses has some shine to it using the Wink of Stella, the photo didn’t catch that here but it’s so pretty in real life.
The silver sequins add festivity in the scene and this is complemented too by the silver lace ribbon that I used in the bottom of the card.
See how this card sparkle? I love those silvers over white card base.
Here’s the card in full view
For the tag, I printed a bigger tree and colored it with green marker. I also added Wink of Stella on the vines, the same way I did in the houses snow. This time for the house, I tried putting in distress glitter for a change.
The polka dots are from the digi kit too, it has a selection of patter papers that you can also use.
And a full view of the tag, great for the holiday gift. The sentiments are also from the same Holiday Houses digi kit.
And both of them here
You can visit the a2z Scrapbooking blog for more inspirations. You can also join in this month’s challenge with the theme Autumn and Christmas and win a $25 gift certificate that you can use in the a2z Scrapbooking store.
On another note, you can also use the code RIA15 during check out at the store to get 15% discount on your purchase. So go visit the A2Z store to grab the new Hero Arts Handmade for Christmas 2014 release and some more great products on Sale!
If you’re interested in the products I used on today’s project, you can check them in the inLinkz below.
Till then and I’ll catch up again soon.