Have you tried the Napkin Die Cutting Technique yet? I’m still loving it! You can see Memory Box Dave demoing it HERE in this video. So fun! Our area stamp club had it’s annual Christmas party Friday and this is the MITI I had them make. I think they enjoyed it! 😀
So pretty showcased in this new poppystamps Double Scallop Oval die.
I just added the die cut letters for JOY from a MB alphabet set and the festive ribbon and it was done.
The frame is popped up with mounting tape. The leaves have mounting tape behind each one cut to fit.
The only thing I did different than Dave is, I used green cardstock for the back of my mistletoe die cuts.
That’s it for today! I’m recovering from a card crazy week last week! I have more ready to share though! Just need to take pictures!
Keep on truckin’ I mean card makin’! Hope you all are having a creative month too! With a little shopping thrown in. hehe I just placed an order…oh my…we tend to inspire each other to shop! lol
Take care and talk again soon!
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18 thoughts on “poppystamps Holiday Mistletoe and Die Cutting Napkin Technique…”
Such a beautiful card! Easy and fun to do! I’m glad we were able to make it. Thanks, Pam!
Your card is beautiful, and I am definitely going to give this technique a try! Love the outcome!!! I’m thinking that I ‘need’ that oval die – wow! That would be great for a last minute card – just stamp a sentiment, frame it, and done. Thanks for being such a great enabler! Have a good day – I’m staying in – got snow and ice last night. Good day to be creative!
This is a big OMG moment for me. I saw this video link on Splitcoaststampers but I couldn’t get the link to open the video. I’m so excited it worked here. So pretty and what an interesting technique. Definitely going to give it a try. I love texture on my cards and projects.
Your card is gorgeous. I’m sure everyone enjoyed making it. So happy you have more to post. Was afraid that was it from you. I love your design style. I’ve already made a card similar to your brown and black card with the red banner and white snowflake. I had to modify a little using what I have, but the result was nice. Will make more of those.
Thanks so much!!!
Oh what a lovely card die try the napkin technique loving it. Another snowy here I think winter came early this year, good to stay in and make cards lol.
So pretty Pam. I haven’t had time to try this one out yet! Someday-ha ha!!
another beautiful christmas card and so elegant in red/green/white! i love the texture the technique creates; haven’t tried it yet. but i did once use a painted paper towel in a background for texture. 🙂
You continue to amaze me!! Such a beautiful card. And I will checkout the video. Thank you!
Gorgeous card. I tried the napkin technique but was not successful like you have been. I think my napkins may not be cheap enough. ha ha Will try it again in the future. Thanks for the inspiration. Today was 70 degrees. Wish it was winter here. Want to go outside. Thanks again, Pam!
This is so beautiful – I really need to try this!! As always, truly inspirational Pam!!!
Gorgeous, love using the gold on it, pretty framing!
Absolutely beautiful card!
One word, WOW! Absolutely stunning Pam!
Pam this is exquisite! I love everything about your card. That bit of gold of the leaves really set this off wonderfully!
Oh, this hurts, Pam! It’s so pretty I can’t stand it! I don’t know if I can live without that frame. If only I would win the lottery (guess I’d have to play first). The gold is exactly what you need to finish this. How I love it!!
Stunning! So gorgeous having your branch hang inside the beautifully scalloped window
What a pretty card! I love that frame die….so much that it just jumped in my cart (via your link) and somehow it got ordered! LOL! Happy Birthday to myself! Thanks for sharing, and I am going to try that napkin technique! Looks like fun!
Pam – thanks so much for sharing this great technique! It was new to me and it looks amazing! The texture you got by adding back the wet paint is awesome!