Monday, December 5, 2011

Decking the Halls... Imaginisce Style!

Holiday Greetings to you my friends!

We are in the Holiday spirit at Imaginisce!!!  You know what they say about these things, it does become infectious so don't say I didn't warn you...  he he!

Today's Deck the Halls post over at Imaginisce is all about Christmas Card inspiration.  You all know how much I adore cardmaking!  I decided to create a fun easel card so I could display some Holiday spirit at work.  (For a wonderful easel card tutorial, from Beate Johns at SplitCoast Stampers click here!) 
A little detail image for you:
Designer Notes:
I've accented this card with a bit of bling using my i-Rock and some jewels.  Last year I found that gorgeous large acrylic snowflake from the Cottage Christmas collection by Imaginisce and it seemed like the perfect fit for this card. 

Mr. Snowbird was trimmed out from one of the "Santa's Little Helper" sticker stackers.

To create the "door stop" part of my easel card, I simply attached the sentiment die cut with some of the foam tape by Imaginisce.  It worked perfectly!

Kraft Cardstock, The Paper Company
Blue Cardstock, Bazzill
Christmas Magic (003360) - “Santa’s Littler Helper” by Imaginisce
Peppermint Stick (003357) - “Santa’s Littler Helper” by Imaginisce
Die-Cuts (003371) - “Santa’s Littler Helper” by Imaginisce
Sticker Stackers (003368) - “Santa’s Littler Helper” by Imaginisce
i-Rock (002260) by Imaginisce
Hot Rock Compacts in Jewel (002269) and Crystal (002267) by Imaginisce
Large Acrylic Snowflake, “Cottage Christmas Acrylic Snowflakes”, Imaginisce
2 Small Acrylic Snowflakes, Dress it Up
Foam Tape, Imaginisce
Glue Glider Pro – Perma Tac, Glue Arts
Raisn’s – Glue Arts
Fired Brick, Weathered Wood and Walnut Stain Distress Inks by Ranger
Martha Stewart Score Board
Other: Double Sided Tape, Seam Binding Ribbon, Sewing Machine and Thread

Thanks so much for stopping on over today!  Be sure you visit the Imaginisce blog to see what the other fabulous designers have created as well!!!

Have a super scrappity day!
~ Rhonda

1 comment:

Auntie Em said...

I just love your adorable card! The little bird is such a cute touch. I think I need to try making an easel card. They are so fun!
Thanks for sharing! :)