For December we decided not to do Christmas paper. As a paper crafter you are probably already getting tired of green, red & gold or blue, gray & silver. We are going in another direction! Pro-Player offers up some lovely dark papers including reds & blues and a touch of neutral. Dark stormy wintry colors.
Trying to think outside the box and yet stay with the Holidays, I saw the dark and dotted paper as an out of focus lighted background, almost like a very distant and dark lit up tree. I decided to use it as a background on a 6x6 card with an ornament overlay from the Artbooking Cricut Cartridge cut from silver glitter paper.
I paper pieced the lighter blue, red and neutral papers behind some of the ornaments to help give them definition and then filled in those areas with liquid glass. A stamped and popped sentiment from the Sparkle & Shine Workshop on the Go completes the card.
In the stamp club I attend monthly we were playing with the sun ray cards. I'm sure these have another name but I'm not clever enough to think of it. I wanted to do one of them as well, so I created this card and attached "Congrats!" stamped with our Framework Alphabet and colored in with our alcohol markers. My daughter graduates from college in less than two weeks, so I think this one is for her.
I hope you've enjoyed what I've done with the Proplayer papers. Next in our order on the trail is Tracey, the Paper Crafting Princess. Please continue on and check out what she has done!
Here's a view of the six designs. The products I used are listed below and you can purchase them on my website by clicking on the item number.
X7172B - Proplayer Paper Packet
E1027 - Framework Alphabet
Z1829 - Black & Gray Glitter Paper
Z679 - Liquid Glass
Z1906 - Artbooking Cricut Collection
G1071 - Sparkle & Shine Workshop on the Go (Celebrate the Season stamp)