Sending Holiday Joy

If you have ever though about giving Copic coloring a try, this would be a great card for you, as with a large image all you will need to do is just color and add shading!  With the addition of the beautiful background from the designer paper,  you just need to finish off the layout with a simple greeting and gorgeous Real Red Satin ribbon tied into a bow! Stepping up the colored Christmas trees with just a few tiny rhinestones enhances the card.

We have a video and pdf handout available for our members here. (You must be logged in to view the page)


Stamps: Merry Christmas Trees (Hero Arts); Framed Out #8 (papertrey ink)

Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento ink (Tsukineko); G20, G21, G24, G28, E23, E25 and E29 Copic markers (Copic)

Paper: Stamper’s Select White CS (papertrey ink); Mistletoe DP (Bo Bunny)

Accessories: bone folder, Real Red ⅝” Satin ribbon (retired), Craft scissors, paper snips, Stampin’ Dimensionals, basic rhinestones, mini glue dots (Stampin’ Up!); Tape Runner XL, 3D Foam (thermo-web); Rustic Jute Button twine, Framed Out #8 die (papertrey ink); Big Shot (Sizzix)


Two Free PCL Memberships up for Grabs

Our birthday celebration is almost over!  Have you entered our contest for a chance to win a free 1 year Paper Crafter’s Library membership?  There is only ONE month remaining in the contest, so be sure to check out the details here an leave a comment before the 1st of December,  in order to be eligable to win one of the two remaining 1 year subscriptions to Paper Crafter’s Library!



6 replies on “Sending Holiday Joy”

  1. I love your blog and newsletter. It would be a big wish come true to win a year’s subscription to Paper Crafter’s Library. Thank you for the chance to win and for the inspiration.

  2. Love the designs on the Christmas trees – I’ve never tried Copics, but looks like fun. Thank you for the chance to win a subscription to Paper Crafters…what a great gift that would be!!

  3. Great coloring technique on the trees. Thank you for the opportunity to win a subscription to Paper Crafter’s Library. I have been a fan of yours for several years.

  4. The red & green color combo is so bright & cheery. I love the traditional Christmas colors. They just pop.

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