Can you believe its Friday, its a Christmas card, and yet its in traditional colours and uses, hardly any, die cutting. That's right not a spellbinders in sight, not strictly true as the background is an impressibilitiy!
I wanted to make something in more of a traditional hue however I couldn't resist adding black which is not strictly traditional but does, IMHO, make the card 'pop'
I started this card by dabbing distress ink on the impressibilitiy die which I have to admit I have hardly used and find hard to use and running it through my BSP. Next I simply created a set of layers using red and black before mounting, with foam, on a white PMD hand cut card blank. The stamp, which lets face it is the main Christmassy bit, was stamped in black archival ink and cut with Spellbinders labels 2 and matted with black. Some ribbon and a couple of the ever present at the moment pearls and complete.
To offset the card I also made a tag in the same manner, however the bottom is cut with a Joanna Sheen Signature die.