Well I have at last finished my Christmas cards and these will be the last two to display, I think. I have managed to steer clear of snowflakes and baubles and I decided to use the Indigoblu Bare Forest for these two cards.
As I don't have any A6 cards at the moment, I used my square white cards cut down. I stamped the image on to green and red card using Versamark Ink, and then heat embossed with WOW Sparkling Snow Embossing Glitter. I then used a Cuttlebug folder which I think is probably not available now, but which has a selection of Christmas greetings. I picked out one of the greetings and embossed one of each colour and then mounted each on to white card. I then highlighted the writing by using a white Sakura pen on one, and a silver Sakura pen on the other. I decided the white writing might look better with a hint of silver, so I overlaid it with the silver to give a glittery highlight. Unfortunately the green card which has only the silver doesn't show up very well in the photo. As the Bare Forest stamp is framed I cut the card just beyond the frame to give it a layered look when mounted on the base card.
With these last two Christmas cards I would like to send my best wishes for a very Merry Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New Year.
I have entered the red version of the card in the challenge over at Pixie's Crafty Workshop as I have used some snippets/scraps of white and red card.
I am also entering the challenge over at Simon Says Monday Challenge which asks for a stamped image.