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Guest Artist Series - Shiny Ornament Card

Happy December! I really like Roberta's art on this card - I never think of using pink around the holidays, but Roberta used bashful pink (color of the year!) and the fundamentals paper pack. But what I really like is that she used the silver foil paper behind the ornaments and layered on the Bashful glitter paper and in person that is stunning. She used an Artiste Cricut cut for the top part of the ornament, which is fun, and I like the little bashful pink pearls as a nice accent around the sentiment. Check it out!

Season of Sweetness Card

By Roberta Miner


D1744 – Season of Sweetness


Z2896 – Smoothie Ink Pad

Z2807 – Willow Ink Pad

Z2816 - Cranberry Ink Pad


X7225B – Beary Christmas Paper Packet

X5959 - New England Ivy Cardstock

X5985 – Smoothie Cardstock


Z1985 - Gold Shimmer Trim

Shiny Ornament Card

By Roberta Miner –


C1689 – Silver & Gold Cardmaking


Z3271 – Archival Black Ink


X7662B Silver & Gold Paper Packet

X5941 - Bashful Card Stock

X5953 - Charcoal Card Stock

Z3366 Silver Foil Paper

Z3360 Bashful Glitter Paper


Z3369 – Bashful Pearls

Cricut Cuts or fancy cuts:

Artiste – P53 - #M38666

Accent 1”,1”, 1.5”, 1.75”

I recently participated in a card swap with some very talented Close to My Heart consultants, and I was blown away by the creativity that they displayed! I wanted to share some of their art and give some inspiration and a head start on how they created some of the art. I know that the end of the year gets full of different holiday crafts, but they are truly worth a look and I hope that they serve as some inspiration for your day!

Since there are so many beautiful cards, I thought that I'd try and post as many as possible throughout the month. So keep checking back to see more! I've included links to where you can find the stamps and supplies that were used to create some of the cards if you want to create them on your own, or consider contacting me to attend a "Card Buffet" - a short workshop where you can, for a small fee, pick and choose as many or as few cards you would like to create.

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