Tuesday, April 21, 2015

MIM: # 209 White on White Die Cuts

     Seems forever since I last posted. It's not that I haven't been making cards; it's taking pictures and up loading them to the computer that stops me from posting.  How lazy of me or should I just say simply 'not motivated'. ( My camera also leaves a black splotch on my pictures. Need to get a new one.)
     I loved this week's MIM at PTI. Although I had seen Lexi's cards during releases, it never occurred to me to make this type of card.
     Since I am super behind on making my Christmas cards for 2015, I decided I would pull out my Christmas stamps. (actually, I have never put them away. They are always in the corner on my stamp shelf.)
     I found a new Christmas Card Challenge that I will  play along .There is an inspiration photo this week,

   My card(s)


I really like how this turned out.  Even though you can only submit one entry for the MIM, I thought I would go ahead and make a 2nd card using this technique since it is so fast.
Since my sentiment was from a red rubber stamp, I didn't notice the dab of ink on the red rubber and ended up getting a splotch.  Any ideas of how to fix this??
Thanks for stopping by to take a peek.  

9 comments:

Heidi Lee said...

Looks Great! Cover the spot with some snowflake sequins...

lexi said...

cute cards! these dies are great for this look. as for the dab of red it, cover it with a few strategically placed sequins or restamp the sentiment on a red banner - no one will ever know!! thanks for playing!

Tracey McNeely said...

These are so cute Carol!

Linda said...

Such adorable cards.

Tracy said...

I know what you mean about the blogging lol - these cards are adorable and yay for you on getting started early on those Christmas ones!

Bonnie Turpin said...

Your little gingerbread men and Santas are adorable!

Joyce said...

These are both adorable, and make perfect Christmas cards.

JoAnn said...

Both of your cards are adorable. Love the way you did the background with the plain images. Thanks so much for joining us at Christmas Card Challenges.

Marsha J Reed said...

Cute cards, Carol! Thanks for joining us at Christmas Card Challenges. Marsha DT @ SCCC