I decided to go with a less traditional color scheme this time: pink and teal, with touches of red and green.
I started by adhering a 4×5.5” teal plaid patterned paper onto an A2 sized pink dotted paper. I then assembled the tree. I love that this set comes with two dies that allow you to create separate layers and have fun with colors and patterns! I picked a green paper for the base of the Christmas tree, and a more subtle one for the top layer. I finished it with red enamel dots and a gold star before adhering it to center of the card with foam adhesive.
At this point it looked like the card was missing something, so I decided to use the Die D-Lites Snowflakes Dies to add three snowflakes around the tree.
The second card features the Die D-Lites Snowman Dies. That cute little snowman is so adorable!
I built my card panel by layering the pink dotted paper onto an A2 sized patterned paper; I opted for a diagonal design, and added a strip of teal plaid paper at the seam to create separation. Next, I fussy cut the wreath embellishment that came in the scrapbook collection I used, and arranged it behind the snowman to frame it.
After finding a placement for the snowman piece, I added two sticker banners in the top left corner of the card, and a fun title with some gold thread to match the gold foil accent in the stickers.
American Crafts Sweater Weather Collection; red enamel dots; foam adhesive
Thank you for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed these examples, and will feel inspired to use the Holiday Die D-Lites Dies for your next holiday projects!