Sunday, October 18, 2015


Hi everyone,

Today I am sharing a Christmas card I created using some of the new stamps and dies recently released by Elizabeth Craft Designs.

The Santa Hedgehog is from the Hedgehog Daisy Christmas stamp set designed by Petroschi Designs by Bianca for Elizabeth Craft Designs.

To create my card I started with blue cardstock.. I used the new cloud die from the CountryScapes Clouds & Grass die set to create the cloud background which was sponged using white PanPastels.

I then die cut the rolling hills from the Outdoor Edges die set from white card that had Transparent Double Sided Adhesive Tape on the front and then added Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter.

Next I added the stone wall from the CountryScapes New England Stone Wall & Gate die set. I used foam tape when I added this.

I also added the tree from the CountryScapes Woods 4 Holiday Evergreen & Trimmings die set. I die cut two trees from Soft Touch Card and then used PanPastels to add color to the tree. I applied glue to the truck of one of the trees and joined them together to give a more 3D look. I cut off the lower branches and truck of the tree and then attached it to my card so it was behind the stone wall. 

Finally I added the Santa Hedgehog and the Merry Christmas sentiment.

On the inside of my card I added the Santa Hedgehog in Chimney to the lower left side of my card and added the Quietfire Believe sentiment.

Stamps: Hedgehog Daisy Christmas - Elizabeth Craft Designs
Paper: Soft Touch Paper; White; Red; Blue
Dies: CountryScapes Clouds & Grass; CountryScapes Woods 4 Holiday Evergreen & Trimmings; CountryScapes Backyard 4 Snow D├ęcor; CountryScapes New England Stone Wall & Gate; Outdoor Edges; Merry Christmas(745); Quietfire Believe - Elizabeth Craft Designs
Other ECD Products: Transparent Double Sided Adhesive Tape 64mm; Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter; PanPastels Flower Coloring Kit 1; PanPastels Flower Coloring Kit 2
Other: Black Ink; Foam Tape; Copics


Susan said...

So cute-1everything goes together!

Karen Aicken said...

Wow - I love how you created this scene - AND the lovely inside too!

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