Today I am sharing 3 more fun ideas I designed with the November 2016 Wonderful Winterland Paper Pumpkin kit: wine bottle tags and two "wow" greeting cards – one is and easel card and takes a bit of patience to make (but so worth it) and the other is deceptively easy to put together. Watch the video for instructions and tips, and then take a look at the photos below to see these projects close-up.
Here are photos of the projects I shared in my video.
EASY-TO-MAKE "WOW" CARD
The scenery is on the front AND the inside!
WINE BOTTLE TAGS
Here is how I cut my tree scenery piece (to get a tree piece for each tag) and my white note card from the kit (to get a 3" x 6" piece and two 1-1/4" x 3" pieces).
Since the tags are only 3 inches wide, I used my grid paper as a guide when I put the scenery pieces together.
VELLUM WINDOW EASEL CARD
Light behind really makes the moon glow bright and the clouds appear shadowy. (I suppose it sort of looks like a daytime sky in these photos. Oh well…you can decide.)
Besides the November 2016 Wonderful Winterland Paper Pumpkin kit, all the extra supplies I used to make these projects are listed below. And when you watch the video, I mention substitutes for some and which ones are optional.
Did you see my faceted box that I shared on November 21st? Did you see my photo holiday cards that I shared November 23rd or my basic to stepped up card that I shared on November 24th? I'm still playing with this kit and hope to come up with scrapbook pages and a Project Life layout soon. So stay tuned. (And if you are one of my subscribers, you received my extra exclusive project ideas two days ago. Look for that email.)
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- November 2016 Wonderful Winterland Paper Pumpkin kit
- aluminum foil covered chipboard/cardboard
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