Thursday, November 5, 2015

Welcome to North Coast Creation's Latest Release

Welcome to the November Release for North Coast Creations!  We have some super cute stamps to share this month.  The designers each have special projects to share.  So let's dive right in with the first card featuring the new stamp Cactus Lights...

I started with a salmon colored base and added a white mat.  I chose a "non-traditional" pink DP from Christmas Paper Collection 2014.  I stamped, colored and fussy cut my image before nestling it on a die cut oval base (ODBD's Ovals DieStitched Ovals Die.)  I used a Hollyhock colored die to stamp my sentiment and cut it down to the desired size.  

So here's the set...

And for my second card I chose the new Christmas Tree Maxwell set.  I just love Moose...  I suppose that is plural???  lol

I started with Kraft card stock for my base and added a bit of mat gold matting.  For this project, I pulled out Our Daily Bread Designs' Christmas Card Collection 2015.  I stamped the image on Copic compatible paper and colored him before sponging in a sky blue ink for the background.  I added a pit of sparkle glue to the star and ornament for fun and once dry adhered the panel (with Kraft mat) on the top of my card.  I highlighted the sentiment panel with a wooden button and bit of baker's twine for a bow.  

And here is the set...  Isn't Maxwell super cute!???

How could anyone resist that Moosie face?  OK, is moosie even a word???  lol

Be sure to visit the rest of the design team (AKA the "Coasters") and check out their creations!  Have a wonderful day!

NCC Blog (if you get lost along the way)
  The Coasters
 Julie * Sandee * Amy 
 * Dawn * Lori (ME) * Sabrina


Sandee Shanabrough said...

Hey there Lori!! I love both of your cards!!! They are so cute!

Jean Bullock said...

Lovely coloring and layouts. Great paper choices for the backgrounds too. Love the matting layers. Well done!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

So cute, Lori! Love the colors & papers you used.

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