Saturday, October 26, 2013

CTMH Sparkle and Shine Holiday Cards

Hello, wow two posts in one day!  Well it's that time of year for cards:  Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Lot's to do.

Here are 3 cards that I created using CTMH's Sparkle and Shine paper pack and cards.  Unlike the 'Angel Friends' card, the Sparkle and Shine paper and holiday stamps will only be available until the end of January.  Because this paper line is so popular, it could sell out.  So, if you like it as much as I do, be sure to order it soon!

Typically I design my own cards.  However, once I saw two of my fellow consultant's techniques, I couldn't resist using them in my design.  The tree design was inspired by Karen Peterson and the tumbling Santa's by Jackie Bluhm.

 For the trees, I stamped them first in Slate and then one on white card stock.  The tree shape is on CTMH's Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge.  By using the coordinating bling and foam tape, I made the ruby inked tree stand out.


Here is a closer look at the tumbling Santa's. I have to admit, I have loads of Washi tape, but don't use them often. This all changed once CTMH expanding their line because it is coordinated to match CTMH's colors: Ruby, Juniper, Slate, and Lagoon.  Please note the Sparkle and Shine Washi tap is only available through January 2014.  It could sell out beforehand.

Here is an even closer look at the Washi Tape.

If you would like a free copy of CTMH's mini-catalog, then email me at Again, first time customers receive 10% off.

So, go get yourself some presents! After all, wouldn't you rather scrapbooking supplies versus an ugly holiday sweater:)
Thanks, Maureen

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Stacy said...

Great cards! I love the little tumbling Santas.

Maureen said...

Thank you Stacy!

Martha Saenz said...

Lovely! I'm totally copying too-- if I post on my blog can I just link back to you? ;D

Maureen said...

Thanks Martha. Yes, scrap-lift this and link back to my blog. Maureen:)

Anonymous said...

Love your cards, Maureen!!! :) Kim

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