"Can you spot the differences" with my 5 & 6 year old grandchildren.
This red door is obviously larger with 6 raised panels with all the edges inked in black. The wreath hung from a star has 2 little jingle bells, a gold ribbon and the sentiment "Peace". The card is 9" X 4 1/4" so I had to make an envelope.
One night when I awoke at 4 am and knew I wouldn't get back to sleep, I went on Pinterest to amuse myself. I saw an envelope made with kraft paper and lined with sheet music. I love it, and I just happened to have a whole roll of kraft paper available. It's tricky to work with all curled up, but I cut it down to workable pieces. I recommend using a sharp blade when cutting the kraft paper because it can rip so easily. Last year I purchased and downloaded Christmas music from Printable Heaven so I'm all set to make my own envelopes. I used some StazOn forest green ink with a pine branch to stamp the front and back of the card. I think it's a winner.
I used a pearly glimmer paper for this classic door with an oval window. 3 - layers each 1/4" smaller and a 1/4" scored border. 2 Layers are attached with dimensional squares. The SB oval cut on the 3rd layer is embossed and backed with vellum. An additional panel beneath the window has the "Merry Christmas" sentiment. The wreath topped with a red satin ribbon has the same pine bough punches with red stickles for berries. A brad for the door knob over a piece of aluminum tape. How fun! I really like this one too.
Gina K's lipstick red card stock is a favorite of mine and perfect for this red door. What's different with this one - and the green and brown door I posted previously - is I have inked the edges and attached the panels with dimensional squares. Not so flat.
And this last card again has the inked and raised panels but the wreath is made from an old golden garland I found at a thrift shop. For $1.00 I have 10 feet of silver and gold garland made in USA in 1990 for trees under 4 feet tall. So I'm pleased with my cards and envelopes but there are other differences I didn't mention. Can you spot them? Have fun and craft on:)
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