Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Holiday Cheer

Happy November 1st!  It seems so crazy to think in just a few weeks it will be Thanksgiving, next month is Christmas and next week my boy will be eleven.  This year has gone by quick like!  
Well, I have another Avocado Arts project share to show you today.  I decorated a Maya Road envelope, it is a little on the smaller side, so I think this is the perfect size for a gift card.  My daughter who is 15, really enjoys getting gift cards, so I will need to have a few gift card holders on stand by, ready to use.
I started by glueing down the burlap using fabritac, it's a strong liquid glue.  I then paper pieced the Christmas trees, and adhered them to the envelope.  I stamped the sentiment, then hand cut it out, an adhered it using a foam square adhesive.  To finish the gift card holder off, I stamped a star, adhered it to the top and added a few black rhinestones.  This was very quick and easy, and I can see myself using the same sketch for a card.
Head on over to the Avocado Arts website to see all of the latest happenings, and visit the rest of the designers to see their most fabulous projects!

Materials Used:
Avocado Arts November stamp set
Authentique pattern paper
Want2Scrap bling
foam tape
Maya Road envelope
black ink
white cardstock


Julia said...

Super cute Latisha! I love those trees on patterned paper!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

LOOOVE this! I love those papers for your trees and I LOVE the little star topper! BEAUTIFUL use of textures and layers! LOVE:)

Kathy Martin said...

So very cute! :)

Jess-The Whimsical Butterfly said...

This is so adorable! Great project, Latisha!

Kelley Eubanks said...

So cute!! I love gift cards too! :) This is sure to make a g.card recipient even happier!

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Chari Moss said...

totally love this! the different pattern trees on the craft envelope is just simple yet lovely.

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