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Cricut Christmas Door Card 12 Days of Christmas DAY THREE GIVE AWAY

The only thing missing in this photo are some packages of craft supplies at the doorstep. 😉

Today I used my Gypsy and the Cricut Christmas cartridge to create a welded door card.  I really like the way it turned out.  I cut it large enough to hold a gift card inside.  Let me show you some of the things I used.  Hey, that wreath is from a stamp in my All Around Sentiments set.

There’s my card when it’s not quite finished.  I used that BIC marker to color in the window panes over the door.  I’m on a “let’s find a way to use vellum every day” kick, so I was happy to find a real need for it in this project.  Coloring the vellum with the yellow BIC marker helped give the look of light shining through the transom.  I ran the door through my Cuttlebug using the Tim Holtz Bricked embossing folder.

Here’s a post I wrote about labeling embossing folders.  I always do that. 😉

One of the nice things about the BIC markers is that they can write on many surfaces, even glass!  That’s cool. 😀

SUPER FUN!  I stamped one of my All Around Sentiments stamps into that embossing ink.  I really like that brand.  It stays wet longer than some others I’ve used.  The reason that’s important is because it gives you a chance to pour embossing powder onto it.  When the image is damp the powder will stick.  In this photo I haven’t yet heated the image.  Next, I used a heat tool to warm the powder that is stuck to the image so it would melt.  After that I punched out the stamped images using 1″ and 1-1/2″ circle punches.  That’s how I made the wreath for the door! 😀

I decided to use the red “wreath” instead of the green one I made.  The green embossing powder didn’t match well with the rest of the door.  However, I was able to find a nice green from the BIC markers.  I used the marker to color all around the embossed sentiment.  Ha Ha…all around the All Around Sentiment stamp.  I’m so punny.  😛

Isn’t that little door knob fantastic?  I can’t believe the detail.  You can even see a little keyhole.  I used clear Stickles but they look golden when applied over the brown paper.

Here’s a post I wrote comparing different kinds of Stickles:  Distress, Glitz and Regular Stickles Compared.

Ok, time for a GIVEAWAY!

On the 3rd Day of Christmas BIC Gave To One Winner….

Here’s a look at my set of Ultra Fine BIC markers!

BIC has generously donated a set of 36-count ultra fine point markers AND a set of 36-count fine point markers to one lucky winner! BIC will ship directly to the winner but only to an address in the USA.  To be eligible to win please leave a comment on this post. The winner will be chosen by Random.org on December 13.

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SEE YOU TOMORROW FOR THE 4th Day of Christmas and a Crafty Post & Give Away!!

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193 Comments

  1. The card is amazing!! I love your ideas your so creative!!!! Cant wait to start creating my own cards. I also love the BIC markers they are the best!
  2. What a great door card Joy! I actually used this cut a little while ago... I made an easel card with mine.... If you would like to check mine out just go here.... http://miislucky.blogspot.com/2010/11/holiday-welcome.html Your's came out so pretty... I like the glitter and the coloring with those pens.... very pretty! I like the idea of adding the gifts at the front door..... I could probably do that with mine too.... hummmm Thanks for sharing all your craftness with me everyday! :o)
  3. love the card! Never used the Bic Mark-It yet. Thanks for a chance to win a set. Looking forward to tomorrow's post
  4. Too cool. I have quite a few 3-D projects that would really be spiffy with a door like this. Thank you for the chance to win the BIC markers~I like markers!
  5. I love that cute card!! I think I will have to try those markers!! Thanks for the great giveaway!! Great job Joy!! hperks24@yahoo.com
  6. Ok Joy, first love the card - great job. Next, I need to win this blog candy for an "adopted" grandson. He visited me last weekend and just loves to draw and color and was wow'd by my markers - keeping my fingers crossed! Deanne G dgutierez1@msn.com
  7. I love what you did with the door. I would love to have a set of those markers. I went to there sight and downloaded a coupon for two dollars off. So if I don't win one I will just have to buy them. Thanks you so much. vbragg501@yahoo.com
  8. OMG! I would love to get my hands on this set of pens, fingers and toes are crossed that Santa will help pick me as the lucky winner!! jennyplace26@gmail.com
  9. Three days of Christmas, three days of favorites! You smart girl! *slapping my forehead* labeling the embossing folders is BRILLIANT! Also, if you haven't already: In framed areas, try using a bic marker of a just-darker color than the card stock on which you're writing (for instance, the rectangle decorative "panels" on your door ... it POPS the elements!)
  10. I need to make a list of the embossing folders I have because I can never remember which ones I already have when I go shopping. Haven't tried the Bic Markers but would love to win them so I can!!!
  11. This is so cute. For some reason I just love to make door shape cards...don't know why. Wish that more of my friends moved into new houses more often, that's how much I love them. Anyway, i would love to have a set of these. I have a half set, but my darling 3 year old "colors" with them when I am crafting and therefore I only have a few left...would love to have some of my very own!
  12. Great card! I really appreciate you telling us exactly what you used to get the different effects. Love the way you labeled all your cuttlebug dies. I have always tried to put them back in the original wrappers so I can keep the name with them, but I think I will try your way as it would take less room.
  13. Love your ideas!! I have done the last 4 or 5 already!!! Thanks so much for the inspiration!
  14. You door card is so cute! I really like the Tim Holz bricked embossing folder and how you used the Bic Marker on the vellum to make it look like there's a light on behind the door. What a wonderful effect. And what an easy way to make a wreath using your stamps. Thanks for the great giveaway.
  15. Dear Joy, This door is so festive and cheerful! I don't have this cartridge, but I'm thinking I could weld a similar door with my Gypsy. With Warm Regards, Carol Broney
  16. Thanks for all of the great giveaways! I love all of your work! Can't wait to see what you make tomorrow!!!
  17. These custom cards are the reason I would really like a Gypsy! I just love that you can take any shape and weld them together to make a card! What a wonderful giveaway!
  18. Love the card and the wreath on the door is adorable! Your giveaway is on my Christmas Wish List. It would be so cool to win.
  19. I just love this card!! Your wreath looks awesome, I can't believe you colored around the letters of your stamp!
  20. Great idea with the Bics. I can't find that embossing folder anywhere! I guess I willl have to order it..
  21. Another great idea, Joy!! I just LOVE my Gypsy!!! Can't wait to see the next 9 days!!! Carren
  22. Wow Joy I love this card and so detailed and you used bricks by tim holtz. I did not know he made emobossing folders. I love the colours .
  23. Okay, so I thought a door? Oh how wrong I was.! Joy that is just the cutest thing. Great work! Can't wait to see what you show us next. Thanks.
  24. What a great idea to make a welded door card! I love all of the details - vellum, embossing powder, embossing folder. Thanks for sharing!
  25. That is very very cute! I am not eligiable to win but I wanted to say how cute it is anyways!! : )
  26. I really need to break out my vellum. Haven't touched it in years and it's feeling bitter an resentful. Thanks for bringing vellum back onto my art table.
  27. I love the card. I have just recently got me some of the Bic markers. Staples have them individual at a really good price, so I was able to pick the colors that I really like. I thought this was good, since I had never used them before. I have found that I would definetely be getting a bigger pack.

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