So, this was when I was without internet and ended up doing lots of Christmas decorating... as much as I loved playing with paper the last few days... I just can't stay away from all the yummy digital goodies...
The top left is a blank card with the number "1" on it... I covered it with washi tape and totally LOVE how it turned out... The top right is a photo of this gorgeous watercolor at my parents' church depicting Tamar... I was bummed I wasn't going to get to see the rest of the watercolors for the rest of the Advent series... WOW!!! The bottom is a digital woodgrain paper that I printed out in 4x6... This is exactly why I created the templates that I gave away in this post... to be able to print out papers in the exact sizes of the pockets instead of printing a whole sheet of it and having leftovers :)... I used a Crafter's Workshop stencil and Distress paint on the background to messy it up... added a doily and some Christy Tomlinson rubons... stitched on the photo added more washi tape and used a pop dot to add the circle element... again, that's a digital element I printed and punched out... then I splattered on some Heidi Swapp mist... the only thing with the distress paint and the mist is that the printing bleeds from the moisture, so I try not to do this too often and prefer to messy up my hybrid cards with digital paint... I'm really loving how this turned out though!!!
woodland christmas by Emily Merritt
tis the season by Emily Merritt
christmas circles by Emily Merritt
Studio Calico Handbook page protector, Freckled Fawn washi tape, white cardstock, Canon Pixma printer, Fiskars 1.5" circle punch, Fiskars paper trimmer, sewing machine, gold thread, foam adhesive, ATG tape, Tim Holtz Distress Paint, Pink Paislee/Christy Tomlinson rubons, The Crafters Workshop stencil, Heidi Swapp Gold Color Shine, Wilton Doily Signo Uniball White Gel Pen, Becky Higgins Project Life Journaling Pen, Lawn Fawn Stitched Journaling Card steel die
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