Check Out a Holiday Duo from Yan You’ll Bearly Be Able to Resist
We have one last post from Yan today before we start our December Release Countdown tomorrow. It’s been such a pleasure to see her work with the November Release!
Hello everyone, I’m here today with my last post as a guest designer for My Favorite Things. Today I have two cards to share with you.
For the first card, I used the Beary Best Friends stamp set. I watercolored the image and cut with the coordinating Die-namics. Then I made a decorative panel by cutting the Snowflake Window Die-namics twice, aligning the second cut with the first to create a larger surface. Next, I blended the rainbow panel with Distress Oxide Inks using the Cloud Stencil. On the same panel, I die cut a circle, adhered it to the card front, and layered the snowflake element on top of it.
I stamped some fish on white card stock and colored them. Once the images dried, I used the Celebrate Die-namics to die cut the sentiment. To finish, I heat embossed the sentiment onto vellum, layered it over the snowflake panel, and attached the rainbow panel and the die-cut bear as shown using foam tape.
For the second card, I created a clean and simple card. I used the Unbearably Cute stamp set and colored the image using watercolor. I die cut pink card stock multiple times using the Christmas Tree Window Die-namics to create the background. Lastly, I heat embossed the sentiment on vellum and attached the pink panel and the colored images as shown with foam tape.
That’s it for today. I hope you enjoyed these cards. Thank you so much to the MFT team for having me as a guest designer. I wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
Bears and seasonal window dies…an unexpected combination that totally works. Pattern building with peek-a-boo windows is an inspiring idea and taking advantage of the symmetrical property of the Snowflake Window Die-namics to create a larger panel is brilliant. I’m ready to put both ideas into action; if you are too, tag #mftstamps when you share so we can see how you interpreted Yan’s ideas!