OK — it’s a little early. But when your holiday cards are handmade, you’ve got to start early! Besides when you get to work with a simple, but beautiful digi such as Hollyberries by Power Poppy, the holiday season can’t come soon enough.
Since I’ll be making this card for my Etsy shop, I needed a way to print and cut the top layer quickly and consistently. As a result, I used my Cameo Silhouette to cut the image layer and to added the printed stitched border. Also, my friend at Moonlight Greetings suggested using the original Copic markers for coloring in tight spaces since the marker nib is smaller. She was right on the mark and it made shading the berries much easier.
Papers: Bazzill Basics in Avalanche; Black Stripes by Recollection
Digital Stamps: Hollyberries by Power Poppy; Christmas Lodge by Stampin’ Up!; Bright & Beautiful by Stampin’ Up!
Dies: A2 Matting Basics B by Spellbinders
Copic® Markers: R20, R29, R46, R59 (berries); YG21, YG03, YG17, YG67 (leaves)