Welcome to the Cutters Creek Red and Green Blog Hop!
Our wonderful design team members have all created some fun Christmas projects to inspire you! The only requirement for the projects were that they must contain Red and Green. You just saw a fabulous project on Laura's blog. Your next stop along the hop will be Sandi's blog. If you are just finding our hop please head over to the Cutter's Creek Design Team Blog to start from the beginning; I also have it listed below. There are 8 inspiring projects for you to check out as well as 8 chances to win a great prize from Cutters Creek!
Melissa- you are here
Please leave me a comment about your favorite Christmas Tradition. Comments left up until 11:59pm on Sunday December 12th will be eligible to win. Unfortunately, only 1 entry per person. All winners will be selected Monday and posted on each blog so make sure you check back to see if you have won! I will have mine posted no later than 5 pm AZ time. You will have 48 hours to respond before we choose another winner. Random.org will be used.
Blog Candy up for grabs is the CuttleBug Emboss Plus Monogram Seals - -aren't they adorable!!
Here is the project that I have created for today's hop.
So I made a trio of cards for my red and green "card". Don't you just LOVE how the thin red square gives an illusion of a third and fourth layer?!?! I LOVE how these cards turned out!
I started with a 5 x 5 card base using Dotted Swiss Multi-Pack, a layer of Simply Smooth White Cardstock with alphabet stamps from my stash to stamp "Merry" multiple times; a thin 3 3/4 x 3 3/4 square of Dotted Swiss Multi-Pack. The "Christmas Blessings" is also from my stash stamped on Simply Smooth White Cardstock. The trees are cut with my Cricut via Make-The-Cut from the library. The papers used for this were from Fairy Flora Paper Pad, and Dotted Swiss Multi-Pack. Also, I used the WONDERFUL 1/8" Scor Tape to assemble it all.
Here are the insides of the card . . . I just love how the trees turned out perfectly for this!
My Inspiration for my card came from the Clear and Simple Ipod App.
If interested, here is a cut file with all the shapes I used. The oval and square are mine but the tree (Pine Trees) I snagged from the MTC library.
So what do you think? Next, head on over to Sandi's blog for more great ideas!!
thanks for looking!!!