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November 3, 2011

'Twas The Night Before Christmas Card

Hi everyone! This is Elizabeth from 217 Creations. Lately I have been trying to use some of my cartridges that have been sitting.  BUT I just had to have the new Imagine Santa's Village cartridge. If you own an Imagine, I would rank this up high on "the must have list" with Lori's Garden and JT.  I love the look and feel of printed Kraft cardstock!
I started by taking an 8 1/2 by 11 in Kraft cardstock and placed it on the Imagine mat 1/4 inch in and 1/4 in down to the right.  Then I chose the 8.5 by 11 rectangle inside the Imagine Shapes.  I chose to fill the rectangle with this pattern. Then I set the Imagine to print only.
Next I used white textured cardstock to print and cut this Santa image at 4.0 inches in layers. I only used a few of the layers.  I usually print and cut all of them on an image and then I assemble and decide which ones to use. I inked the edges with Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Gathered Twigs.
Next I used a top note shape from Art Philosophy cartridge, using more prints from Santa's Village.  I cut the image at 1/4 inch increments. I used pop dots to raise the layers.  The sentiment is from Pink By Design "Old Time Christmas" and was stamped using Distress Ink Gathered Twigs.
Finally I tied a strip of gold organza along the side.
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13 comments :

Beatriz Farquhar-Guzman said...

Love it! Very nice card.

mforquer said...

Perfect idea to print on Kraft! Love this Elizabeth! Gorgeous and simple card!!
Beautiful!
hugs,
M

LisaB said...

Great Job! Love the way it looks on kraft paper!!
Thanks for sharing

Ohhh Snap said...

Very cute card! Kraft paper is awesome :D

Sheena said...

Pretty card! Love the kraft paper.

Melissa said...

Kraft paper is awesome!! I'll have to buy some myself! Thanks ofr enabling!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Very nice card. Love working with kraft paper. This card looks so vintage.
Hugs

CathyinMN said...

Love this card! Thanks for sharing the it and the instructions. I wish I had an Imagine! Since this cart was released, I've wanted it.

Kelly M said...

Fab card. Love the printing on the Kraft card x

Kymberlee said...

Ohhh Kraft...my favorite. Now I have to go dig some out too :)

Sandy from Ukiah said...

Oh I have been trying to find this cart. and can't find it any where.. :-( I keep looking hoping it will pop up some where.. Just love what you created with it.. and thank you for stopping by to visit me.. hugs from ukiah

JJewel said...

Love the look of Kraft and even makes it more vintage with this cartridge! Great project.

Audrey Frelx said...

Liz, you always do the most amazing cards and projects!!! This card is gorgeous!!!

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