Video : 2016 Same but Different Christmas Card Series – No 3 – Six Different Cards Using the Same Design!

Welcome back to Week 3 in my Same but Different Christmas Card Series for 2016.  today is all about keeping the same basic design but changing up the elements to make each card look unique.  I have used some cute Penny Black products, because you can always use some cute Christmas cards right?

You can see my  video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.













lostinpaper-penny-black-a-pocket-full-holiday-snippets-cuddly-joy-card-video-2 You don’t have to reinvent the wheel with every card, it’s easy when you keep the same basic design and just change up the elements.  In no time at all you can create a set of cards that are all different!
Thanks so much for stopping by today, of course I’ll be back again real soon,

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Other supplies:  Hemp Twine – Brown / Black / Red.  Inktense Pencils – Spring Green / Ionian Green / Hooker’s Green / Bark / Oak / Baked Earth / Tan / Madder Brown / Saddle Brown / Mid Vermillion / Chilli Red / Neutral Grey. Kindyglitz – Crystalina glitter glue.

32 thoughts on “Video : 2016 Same but Different Christmas Card Series – No 3 – Six Different Cards Using the Same Design!

  1. These are all so fun! I really like the look of the notepaper die with the festive Christmas images. I really love your coloring, you got such nice pale colors with the inktense, where you need it it on that fox. I tend to apply too much pencil to get that look. Great design, thanks for sharing!

  2. Love your cards, especially the one with the little fox and bird. I just love that image! Lots of inspiration for using smaller stamped images – thanks a bunch!

  3. Another amazing set of cards Therese…you’re on a roll…sharing such gorgeous creations every time I pop over to your blog…I tried out a word shaker card yesterday following your tutorial…

  4. What sweet and very lovely collection Therese! And, believe it or not I have a very similar “notepad” style die that I was just thinking about using – SCORE for me with all this fab inspiration 😀

  5. You are always so inspirational in how you continue to be innovative with your designs, Therese! I have that note die and never use it ~ you can bet it will be given life now!! And PP hills? Please. You’re a genius!! Mwah! Hugs, Darnell

  6. Beautiful coloring on these lovely cards, Therese! Once again you have inspired me to create…this time with my Derwent pencils…Thanks! And, thanks so much for another great video!

  7. I LOVE this series, Therese! Thanks so much for the inspiration (and for giving me a way to procrastinate doing chores today 😉 ). I love the papers and design, and of course those darling PB images!

  8. Whether cute little critters or more elaborately drawn ones, you have made such fantastic cards with them, Therese. I love that paper pad and the idea to stamp snowflakes behind the panels. I have a ton of tags to turn into cards and this may be one way to add something to the background. Thanks for the inspiration.

  9. Oh my gosh Therese, these are just too stinking cute! Your coloring on these adorable images is amazing!Love the idea of using the same clever layout but with a different element design for each card. And I just wanted to thank you for subscribing to my blog…it is very much appreciated!

  10. These are so fantastic…love them. I’ve been looking for a cute idea for making some gift card holders and this idea would work. What a great idea for using some of the patterned paper that seems to be multiplying in my stash.

  11. Each card is wonderful. Penny Black has wonderful stamps. But mostly, I adore this series by you. Such a great way to share using stamps that are the ‘same’ but different. You choice of papers is excellent. Thank you.

  12. If ever I need a boost of inspiration, Therese, it’s here that I come! What a fantastic design … and a gorgeous set of same but different cards … thank you! Hugs, Anita 🙂

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