Hello & welcome to this month’s Artisan Design Team Blog Hop. I’m excited to share some of the projects I have created using the Peace & Joy Bundle. This bundle is featured within the August – December 2020 Mini Catalogue which you can view or request a copy here. I have to say that as soon as I saw this bundle I knew I wanted it.
As you can tell I went I little unconventional with these projects. Basic Black card bases I know, who would have thought it. For me I know the boldness that this creates and allows the other elements to really pop. Just look at the way the Granny Apple Green & Shaded Spruce.
Repetitive pattern is something that I featured quite heavily in both of the cards I created. It’s the quickest and easiest way to build a background. The contrast between the white and black is my favourite part. For the ‘Peace’ card I created the background with the dies in comparison to the ‘Joy’ card which I used the stamps.
I have to admit that I did get a little scissor happy with cutting out the foliage images. As you can imagine there was a few to cut out to fill these projects. The effect however is so worth it. You could use any scissors however our paper snips are so good. They have a really nice sharp tip to them which make them perfect for the job.
Like with anything to do with Christmas cards you need a matching tag. I creating these rosettes as a fun addition to add to something fun to a gift. Alternatively, I think they would also look pretty great on your Christmas tree as a decoration.
I have loved seeing everyone’s projects ahead of time but know it’s your time. Make sure carry on the blog hop as you are just going to love the Peace & Joy Bundle. If you are already following the blog you would’ve arrived here from Martha Groeger. Well next up on the list is the amazing Narelle Farrugia.
All the supplies used to create this card are available by contacting me or by clicking on the images below. Don’t forget for all orders between £20.00-£99.00 add the Host code for a free gift from me.
For orders of £99/129€, why not purchase the Starter Kit and get £130/175€ worth’s of supplies for just £99/129€.