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Christmas Cover Plates with Martha Lucia

Hi there, Martha Lucia here with you. I want to share the new Christmas Cover Plates from Kat Scrappiness. I am fascinated with them because they are elegant, beautiful and versatile!


Christmas Cover Plates with Martha Lucia

The first, is this Chirstmas Tree Cover Plate. The size is just perfect to create a entire layout. This design don’t require a lot of work but invite you to use different textures or materials. I used Gold Glitter Sheets from Tim Holtz. Mime were adhesive and to give more dimension, I paste it over regular card stock and then I passed it through the big shot with the Christmas Tree Cover Plate.


Christmas Cover Plates with Martha Lucia

I added the die cut piece over a real red card base using double sided foam tape. As final touch, I added some Brown Jewels from the Kat Scrappiness Collection.

My next project is using the second die cut released today, the Ornament Strip Cover Plate. This has a complete strip of ornaments with great design and dimension!


Christmas Cover Plates with Martha Lucia

I die cut the Ornament Strip Cover Plate using Whisper White card stock and blue glitter sheet. I pasted both pieces with a few lines of difference to create the sensation of movement.


Christmas Cover Plates with Martha Lucia

I completed the design with a sentiment from the stamp set Merry Critters from Kat Scrappiness.

The third project is a card that I made for the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop.


Christmas Cover Plates with Martha Lucia

I made this inspired in one design of my team mate Angie Cimbalo. She sent me a card recently and I love it.


Christmas Cover Plates with Martha Lucia

To make this, I used the Stamp Set Let’s Get Caffeinated. But let me share the easy steps to create this. First I die cut a zig zag stitched circle from a whisper white card stock and from soft suede card stock, both the same sizes. Then with masking paper and distress ink I created the color strips. I used Mowed Lawn, Fossilized Amber and Fired Brick Distress Ink. To finalize the design, I stamped the sentiment message and some coffee grains using Memento Rhubarb Stalk Ink. I pasted both pieces a little moved over the whisper white card base and added a strip of designer paper on the left border.

You can find these products now on Kat Scrappiness Store and remember that this week the entire store is 15% Off for Coffee Lovers Blog Hop!

Christmas Cover Plates with Martha Lucia

See you tomorrow with two new products that I am sure you will love….just like me!

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  • Reply Sue D

    Wonderful cards. I like the new cover plates.

    11/04/2019 at 2:23 AM
    • Reply Carla Hundley

      So pretty and
      love the ornaments
      Carla from Utah

      11/05/2019 at 3:40 PM
  • Reply Andre M.

    These cover plates make such elegant cards!

    11/04/2019 at 2:30 AM
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