Today I have a holiday card to share! I used Lawn Fawn's Sweet Christmas set and WPlus9's Pinking Squares Dies. I love these pinking square dies, but there was one thing about them that I did not like so I cut it out! The pinking square dies are like most of the dies out there. The steel part of the die is just the outline part except for the smallest die. WPlus9 has a plastic clear piece glued to the underside of these dies. Which is not a big deal since I do have some Memory Box dies that have the same clear plastic piece attached. The thing that I did not like about WPlus9's is that in the middle of the clear plastic piece, there is a mark to mark the middle of the die for stamping purposes (being able to line things up). But it is not only a mark, there is a cut in the plastic marking the cross so that when you run it through your die cut machine, it leaves a dent in the middle of the paper. With patterned paper, that doesn't matter. But for someone like me that was using this one size of the pinking square to color on, I didn't like this! LOL! It leaves the dent and when you color over that, it shows. Most people probably would not notice this. I do!
I took another picture this time of the card laying down and it does show the Glossy Accents I used on the lollipops. I also used Glossy Accents on the piece of candy that I used to embellish the bottom of the card.
Have a good week and I'll be back next Monday or Tuesday. Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Lawn Fawn Sweet Christmas set.
Paper: Memory Box Parsley for the card base, Bazzill Card Shoppe Wax Lips card stock, , Neenah Solar White for the stamped images, October Afternoon Holiday Style 8x8 paper pad.
Ink: Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink.
Markers: Copic Sketch Markers & Prismacolor Pencils.
Dies: W9Plus Clear Cut Stackers - Pinking Squares.
Other Products: Ranger Glossy Accents, Memory Box Cherry & Grass Green Jewels, Gutermann Extra Strong Ivory Thread.