Sunday, November 15, 2020

Gingerbread Joy - Createful Heart Design Team

 Hello! Welcome to my Blog. Today I am sharing a layered card featuring the super cute "Gingerbread Joy" Digital Stamp for the Createful Heart Design: 

You can find this digital stamp here:

I created this card by first printing the image on 100 lbs. card stock. I increased the size of the sentiment and decreased the size of the gingerbread man. I printed these and colored the sentiment and two of the Gingerbread men with Ohuhu alcohol ink markers.  I used my ScanNCut to die cut the sentiment and the two Gingerbread men. I used Nuvo Drops to paint "icing" and "buttons" on the Gingerbread men. I used puffy medium for the pom poms on hats. 

I used the Stitched Indented Rectangles from Elizabeth Craft Designs to die cut two pieces of pattered paper.  The bottom layer of patterned paper is green with white polka dots.  The top layer of pattern paper features holiday goodies such as Christmas Cookies, Gum Drops, Gingerbread Men and Candy Canes.  I thought this pattern paper was a good choice because this month the design team members each provided Mary with a favorite recipe. 

I popped the Gingerbread Men up and placed them on the pattern paper. I used a piece of the Polka Dotted paper as a banner for the sentiment JOY.  I placed pop dots under the the letters of the sentiment and adhered them to banner.  I used a dark brown card base. I used a corner Chomper to round the corners of the dark brown card stock.

The owners of Createful Heart Design, Mary, and her husband Mark draw all the digital stamps by hand and Mary designs the digital papers on her computer. It is exciting to be a part of this design team and I hope that you will check out their online store. Here is a link to the online shop:

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