It is so wonderful to be apart of the Club Scrap Blog hop. Hopefully you arrived here via Kay's Keepsake Blog. You can also start at the beginning, so as not to miss anything, at Club Scrap Creates Blog.
I wanted to share with you the 15 cards created from the Aspen Greeting to Go set. It includes everything for 15 cards, including envelopes, diecuts, ribbons, tree charms, scored cardstock, precut panels of coordinating papers, really nice materials to make card creations a breeze.
Here is a look at my personal 15,
I also like to add elements, like the handmade mica paper from the Club Scrap Aspen Kit on the center card 1st panel.
I used a glitter pen for accents on the tree trunk and photo corners on the first card, here is a close up.
Here is a close up of the card with colored skeletal leaves and stamped mica
The next group has the tree charms used, the card on the far right was altered using alcohol inks
The lightly colored leaf stamp images on the bottom of the middle card were "stamped off "images. This is when you ink the stamp, then stamp on a piece of paper and then stamp again where you would like a lighter image placed. See the first stamping for reference
Did you notice the glitter pen on the black photo corners on the 1st card? My favorite embellishment on these cards is the double bow on the card on the right. I folded the ivory ribbon in half and created the bow with a couple of little snips to lay smoothly.
The last card has the ribbon coming out from the printed sentiment and the edging of the paper.
One of the considerate aides Club Scrap does is providing cutting lines on the pages with the diecut panels
These cutting guidelines assist in making the cards come together very quickly. Here is a link to Janet Moran's cards which were posted in the Club Scarp Creates blog earlier this month, she was their guest artist. For even more ideas, here is the link to the directions for the cards Club Scrap created from the Aspen Greeting to Go kit.
Thanks for stopping by and I always appreciate your comments, next stop is Anne Hunter's blog
for the next Aspen collection creation.
Enjoy a wonderful New Year,