Tuesday, November 26, 2013

CC Designs November Review

Hello!  With all this Thanksgiving prep and Xmas planning I almost forgot to post this.  It is time for a review of CC Designs November release.

Here is my project featuring Roberto's Rascals' Cocoa Cuddles.  I made a little giftcard holder following this tutorial from SCS.  You can never have enough giftcard holders during Christmas.  The sentiment is from Christmas Verses II and I added on the holly & berry die.

Here is a close up of the image.  This was actually the second one I colored since I didn't like the way I did his hair the first time.  His hair reminded me of a hedgehog so I did it again.

Here is how it pulls out to reveal the gift card.  Sorry about the glare!  The gift card holder die and the to/from/$ stamps are from MFT.  Such a great investment if you're going to be giving away a lot of gift cards!

I have a few more things I am working on.  Just can't seem to find the time these days.  Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Thanks for stopping by!


Creations by Shirl said...

Cute tag holder!

Handmade Cuties said...

Glad you didn't forget to post this...so sweet! I bet the hedgehog hair was pretty cool. Have a happy Thanksgiving.

Denice said...

First off...an adorable gc holder! There's no resemblance of a hedgehog, lol.

Second, I must have that MFT to/from stamp!

Lastly, Happy Thanksgiving to you!!

Cheryl said...

What a cute gift card holder! If only I were motivated to actually make gift card holders instead of sticking them to the premade Xmas card with scotch tape! I'll just enjoy looking at yours! Lovely coloring! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

2justByou said...

SUPER cute!!! I'd love to get a gift card in a cute holder like that. =0)

Rachel Parys said...

OMG, where has the past month went!!?? lol! This is adorable!! I really hope to make some awesome gift card holders like this soon!!

Lynn said...

This gift card holder is really attractive. You did a great job with the coloring and attention to details like the holly sprig.