Sunday, June 01, 2008

June Christmas Card Challenge



Today I worked on my June CCC08. I realized today that I didn’t make any cards in May for the challenge. My life was just to busy to get to them. I’m just going to let them go and not stress my self out about it. I made this set with a one sheet wonder I came up with for my stamp camp in April. You have to use a 12x12 double sided pattern paper.








First cut is 5 inch then two cuts at 3 ¾ in. ea., you will get three pieces. These pieces I cut in half either way and place on the same card. This is why you need a double sided pattern paper cause I turn on piece over and glue one on top and one on the bottom.

The next cut is 4 in. and then three cuts at 3 in. ea. this will make four pieces.

The last strip left you make two cuts 4 in. ea. this will give make three pieces.

When all cutting is done you only have a small piece of paper left. So there is not much waste and you have enough pieces to make 10 cards.

Supplies I used:
Basic Grey Figgy Pudding-Nestled pattern paper, SU Cranberry Crisp, Cool Caribbean, River Rock, Very Vanilla Card Stock
River Rock, Cranberry Crisp Ink
All Through the Year, Flakey Friends, Seasonal Scribbles (TAC) Stamp Sets
Scallop Punch, Circle Punch, SU Ribbon Cranberry Crisp and River Rock



Thanks for visiting!! Have a wonderful week!!

3 comments:

kssdesigns said...

Love them all Kelli! You should be plenty set when Christmas rolls around. :)

Nancy ~ Inkcicles said...

Wow!!! That paper and your layout!!! Looks great!!!

:-)

beate said...

Beautiful Christmas cards. Love them!
Hugs and smiles