I adore funny little cut files!This little Elf Pair file from the Silhouette Store caught my eye right off the bat!(see links below). I love how it turned out! I used some new fun "schtuff" from Inspiration Emporium and had a great time with it! I used the new Tim Holtz Yuletide designer paper, Crazy Talk sentiment stamp and Birch Trees thinlit die. BUT my favorite part are these cute little Jingle Bell brads! Don't they add the perfect touch!?!
I was talking to someone at a crafty class I was taking last night and she asked me how tiny the Silhouette would cut. I had to tell her about these teeny tiny eyes and nose I had cut for these elves. Amazing-- but it is so easy to lose those little buggers. I always cut about 10 extra little pieces because they seem to disappear all on their own!
Doesn't the birch tree die look great? It makes for a wonderful backdrop.
I am going to enter this in the following lovely challenges:
Pile It On #95-Any Holiday/Celebration 11/21
Crafty Hazel Nut Challenge #255-Must see Red and Green 11/19
Cards In Envy-Lots of Layers 12/5
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge-Christmas 11/24
The Sisterhood of Crafters- It's Beginning to Look alot like Christmas 11/22
A Snowflake Promise-Winter or Christmas 11/30
Inky Chicks-Silent Night (Christmas) 11/29
Try It on Tuesday-Create A Scene 11/23
Unicorn Challenge #3-Christmas is Coming 11/27
7 Kids College Fund-Anything goes 11/31
I hope you enjoyed my card today!
All these supplies from Inspiration Emporium:
Yuletide Cardstock-Tim Holtz
Jingle Brads-Tim Holtz
Birch Trees Tim Holtz/Sizzix Thinlit
Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Sentiment from Crazy Talk
Silhouette cut file: Elf Pair designed by Sarah Bailey #104767
Impression Obsession branch die
Misc:twine and craft and olive cardstock