Have You Heard the News?

If you haven’t heard yet, Catherine Pooler Designs is hosting a Virtual Retreat for World Card Making Day, and I am a guest instructor.

Let me back up a bit.  I was calling Catherine to see if she would like to be a sponsor for the Jenn Dove’s Boot Camp, my yearly huge coloring event, and they told me they were just talking about me (in a good way of course).  Well, how special is that?!  I was asked to do a coloring video for World Card Making day, an exclusive for Catherine Poolers’ StampNation monthly subscription.  Of course I said yes!!  I didn’t even know she had a monthly subscription, did you?  Now you are in the know!

Your membership Includes:

So, if you want to be part of a great community, come join me for this exclusive event for members of StampNation – a super fun online paper crafting community!  I will be hosting a class on coloring up this cute VW bug, and sharing tips and tricks to make it look dimensional and shiny.
You can join at any time for only $9.95 per month.  Why not join today and check out all it has to offer, just in time for WCMD festivities!
I created not just one card with this stamp set, but three cards, showing the versatility.  The other two cards in the photo above were stamped as background paper using the delicious CP Twilight, and Rockin’ Red ink pads.

Creating the Cards:

I created the full snowflakes using the little row of snow flakes in this set, and then added Neptune Turquoise Nuvo drops to complete it.  The scalloped layer was die cut using the Scallops and Dots die set, and then finished with the Cranberry Sparkle Twine.  Quick, easy, and ready to send out for Christmas.
For the packages and pine card, I stamped the packages in the Twilight, and the pine in the Rockin’ Red.  Another fun, quick and easy card for mass production.  I added a few little Red Berry Nuvo Drops to accent the sentiment.
For the last and more complex card, I colored and layered the images, (join StampNation to find out how it was colored), and then layered it onto the Flurries embossed paper.  The Flurries die was also used for the upper and lower portions of the card, and then layered onto the Bordering Sweet Borders die strips.

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3 thoughts on “Have You Heard the News?

  1. Hi Jenn,
    On the card with the car…how did you get the background done? I read the instructions and do not understand how the holes were pushed in and not cut.

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