WCMD - Winter Stamp Camp 2018 5 - 9

Today I'm back to share some more cards with you from last week's Winter Stamp Camp. The ladies had 6 hours to make 15 cards. That sounds an awful lot of time but, in reality, it isn't. Especially for the less seasoned crafters.
Here are 5 more of the cards we made.
The following card has a very seasonal piece of DSP on the front. It's from a pack called Under The Mistletoe which is in the annual catalogue. Whilst a red/green combination is not my choice for Christmas, many of the ladies commented on how much they like this DSP. Over it is a piece of shaded spruce card which has been embossed with the Corrugated Dynamic TIEF embossing folder. This folder gives a very deep impression.

The sentiment (comes from the stamp set Snowflake Sentiments which is a set carried over from last year and is such a versatile stamp) is stamped onto whisper white which has been die cut with one of the Stitched Shape Framelits. Other dies used to create the card topper are from a retired set with the addition of card punched with the sprig punch. A small red bow in real red and red rhinestones finish it off.

The next card has a card base in soft seafoam with a layer of basic grey. The top layer is whisper white onto which the words 'Merry Christmas' and lots of snowflakes have been added.

The snowflakes are the leftover after having made another card, which you'll see in the next post. The sentiment has been die cut from whisper white using the Merry Christmas Thinlits Dies. Once cut I sponged them lightly with soft seafoam and mint macaron ink before gluing to the card.

Another snowflake card, but totally different. The base is blueberry bushel (the ladies made theirs in night of navy which looks very good with the contrasting copper embellishment and embossing).
Onto the base card I layered copper foil card. The top layer is whisper white. This has been stamped in balmy blue, pacific point and blueberry bushel with a stamp from the Beautiful Blizzard set. It's a fabulous stamp with which to create a background. White embossed snowflakes are stamped randomly on top.

The sentiment, from the same set, is stamped and heat embossed in copper and edged with a piece of copper foil card die cut using part of a die from the Swirly Snowflakes Thinlits. The final touch is a copper star which is one of 12 pieces in the Snowflakes and Stars Wire Elements pack.

The stamps on this card are part of the Nature Sings stamp set from the annual catalogue. I was attracted to the nature theme of this set from the moment I first spotted it.
The base card is cherry cobbler which has been randomly stamped with a small star from a carryover stamp set called Star of Light, in cherry cobbler ink. On top of this is a piece of whisper white card which has been embossed with the corrugated Dynamic TIEF embossing folder. The stag (stamped in early espresso ink) and sentiment are on crumb cake card. The stag has been highlighted with white gel pen.

The final touches are a piece of striped burlap, natural twine and a galvanized button.

The last card I have for you today is very simple but one that I really like.
The card base is rich razzleberry onto which a piece of DSP from the Festive Farmhouse DSP pack has been added.

Other elements on this card are as follows:
rich razzleberry velvet ribbon, a pearlised doily, a copper star from the Snowflakes and Stars Wire Elements pack and a wooden sentiment from the Festive Farmhouse Elements pack.
So, there you have 5 more cards to help inspire your Christmas crafting.
I hope you've enjoyed your visit today and will join me next time as I share the final cards from Winter Stamp camp 2018.
Have a good weekend
Lesley x