My ornaments were die cut from a Poppy Stamps Die and some American Crafts silver foil. One one way and one the other so I could back them together. I cut the opening in my card and layer the ornaments between two layers of acetate.
The PP behind the window is from American Crafts as well and is made like a card so you can lift it and write your greeting. The front of the card is stamped with an older Hero Arts snowflake flourish in Grey Flannel Memento Ink.
Here's another photo showing the floating ornaments
I also finished off a card from Day 1. Inspired by Joy Taylor's video using both the positive and negative pieces of a die.
I used two different red card stocks and cut out my die... but didn't get it straight :-( still decided to continue. I added the piece to my card and then decided it looked way too plain. I added some white embossed dots from an older Hero Arts stamp called Raindrop Background. I inked it up with Versamark and then write a bit off. Gives a very subtle background and then as it was still a bit stark, added a die cut Poinsettia (Spellbinders die) with some twine and a few punched leaves.
And here is the inside
I used a Kaisercraft sentiment and stamped just parts of it to stamp the words.
Yesterday I spent 7 HOURS... yes 7 hours tidying up my craft space... It was LONG overdue, I can tell you... but it's so much better now. So more creative underway.
Thanks for visiting today... off to try out some more of the techniques from Day 2 and Day 3