Thursday, November 22, 2012

CANDi Ornaments


Hi everyone!
Boy am I excited!
Today is my very first post as a designer for Craftwork Cards CANDi USA team!

CANDi is so fun to work with!
They are legless brads, what's not to love right??
I love the look of brads but I absolutely hate poking holes in my card stock and then trying to mail a card with brads and worrying that the top of the metal brad is going to poke through the envelope and then the receiver will get a card that is possibly ruined. With CANDi, I don't have to worry about that.
I get the look of a brad without the bulk :)

For my project, I decided to make a Christmas card and use the CANDi as the ornaments on the tree.


Look at those super cute silver polka dots! So fun!
The colors of the CANDi that I used matched the papers from the MME line called Merry perfectly!

I also added a piece of CANDi to the center of my bow.

Here is a close up picture of the CANDi on my project:


For my project, I used the Very Merry Silver collection:

There are so many patterns and colors! You should definitely check out the Craftwork Cards store to see the entire line :)

I hope you have a fabulous crafty day!

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Supplies:
Craftwork Cards Product: Very Merry Silver CANDi & CANDi Fix
Cricut Cartridge: Winter Frolic (cut out at 3.5")
Card Stock: Pear Pizzazz, Real Red & Melon Mambo(SU!), White (Georgia Pacific), Brown (Recollections)
Patterned Paper: Merry (MME)
Punches/Dies: Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers), Labels Four (Spellbinders)
Misc.: Seam Binding, Dazzling Diamonds (SU!), Foam Adhesive

5 comments:

  1. Cute Christmas card. I like these candis too since you don't have to worry about poking a whole the wrong spot and it not being centered...uuugh! Great job!

    Happy Thanksgiving,
    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations

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  2. This is a very pretty card. I may have to check out some Candi!

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  3. Such a pretty card...what a great way to use the Candi! :)

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  4. Beautiful card as always, Stacey. I love your partridge in a pear tree!
    Evelyn

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