We received our December kits from Urban and once again, we were allowed to think outside the box and have fun designing any type of project.
Hahahaha, anyone that knows me and my passion for 3D paper art won't be surprised by my December submission
Here's what I did:
I constructed a shadow frame using 12x12 chipboard. The sides are 2 inches deep. I covered the chipboard with mossy green paper and trimmed out the sides with paper from the kit.
Now that I had a base to work with, I went crazy with the Silhouette machine using papers included in the kit. I have used the following cut files from the Silhouette store:
3D Deer Head ID 36565/6 Megan Hardy designs (2 parts)
3D layer quad bow ID 52257 Jamie Cripps
Moose Frame ID 3611 Joel Pilcher
Old Skis ID 34771 Silhouette
Classic Sled ID 23704 Jennifer Wamback
3D outhouse ID 46032 Marji Roy
Trees ID 53331 Marji Roy
I also used a couple of SVGCuts projects on here as well
I adapted it to become a Santa hat
The thermos is from Camp Smore kit thermos
but cut at 50 % size
Can you spot the frosted stars on the background? They were made with frosted film, die cut with Tim Holtz' stacked stars and stamped with his sweater background stamp. I used white Stayz on ink
Thanks for stopping by, I'm sure I missed a few things, but I had so much fun creating this Warm and Cozy December project. You can check it out at the store if you live near by. Come on down, we love new customers!
Here's a link to Urban's blog.