Holiday Card with SEI and Clear Scraps

Winter Inspiration

 I am sure you have a wonderful time with your familly and enjoying Christmas holidays. Elena with you today to share some winter inspiration. I've made a set of Christmas tags for my daughter

  I used 12x12 Acrylic Sheet and cut out 3 tags with my Big Shot. It is very easy to cut any shape from this sheet so it gives you a variety of alternatives. I wanted to achieve the transparency effect that reminds me the frosty mornings.


  I started with the edges and dabbed them in white acrylic paint with a sponge.


 Then I misted with a spray the backside and glued some punched branches and snowflakes. I decorated the front of the tag and sprinked white acrylic paint as a final step.


 I added a small stamped tag for the sentiment and some notes

  On my second tag I've tried to make a heat embossing with Chrystals Antiquite embossing powder. Be careful with overhetaing. I like the effect of the snow that it gives


  On the backside I added a small paper tag for my notes and sprinkled the white paint again

  and the last tag


  and the back side


  I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

and I hope you will be inspired of my projects next 2013 year too

and you can always check my projects on my blog



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rosey rodriguez of NYC

these are gorgeous what a lovely project




So how you did these... great inspiration !!!
Humm...packaging plastic... see thinking already... thanks !!


this is SO cool!!! beautifully done Elena!

ava  g

gorgeous, i am adding this to the bucket list right now!!!
ava g

Susan Bullock

I LOVE tags and these are absolutely beautiful! I love the vintage feel to them and the snowy effect. Again, an amazing job!!


Beautiful job, Elena!!! Love the frosted snow effect!


These tags are amazing! Love them all!

Leah Crowe

wow so very gorgeous Elena!!

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