Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Dairy Christmas! by Karen Day

Hello Ai fans!
The Art Impressions holiday stamp sets are outstanding this year!  I think Dairy Christmas (Sku #4789) is my favourite... here are a couple of cards that are featured in the Winter edition of Creative Scrapbooker magazine:
 I love the cow!!  He is quick and easy to colour, too!  I fussy cut him and popped him & the sentiment up with pop dots, and added some sparkles and glitter trim for some bling.
 Here's another quick-colour card!  I love the little egg six-pack!
 And here is a coordinating card featuring images from Merriest Christmas (Sku #4790).  I decided to have the snowmen on the inside of the card, and used the Window Die (Sku #4619) on the outside, so that you could peek in to see them.  I fussy cut around the image, keeping a bit of a snow bank at the bottom for them to sit on, then mounted them on a square of patterned paper.  I made sure they were centered behind where the window opening would be.
 Copics used: B07, 05, 02, 00, 000, 0000, 97, 95, 93, 91, C7, 5, 3, 1, 00, R32, 30, Y23, YR16, 15, E43, 41.

Monday, December 5, 2016

Disco Dude by Kerry

Hello Ai friends and happy Monday!
It's the first Monday of December, are you ready to 'rock' the day away with this awesome disco dude from the Disco set?  Time to party with a bit of shake, shake, SHAKE!  :D

For a little fun, I colored the disco dude with some Christmas colors, adhered him with an action wobble, and we don't need any mistletoe to rock and roll.  How about those hot chills from the Southwest Christmas set?

Copic markers used:

E00, E93, G09, R20, R24, R27, R29, W2, W4, W6, V12, Y11, Y18, Y26, YR23

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Reindeer Mini Shaker by Reneé Matarese

Hello Ai fans!

Have you seen the new Holiday Shakers over at Art Impressions?  
They're so cute.  On my card I used...

I wanted the sweet little reindeer to be the focal point of my card so I just embossed some white paper with some Christmas verses.

Copics used:

E35, E42, E53, E77, R37, R46, R59

TriArt: P-11