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Holiday Card Series 2019 – Day 22 – Plaid Pattern with Copics (Mail Art)

Holiday Card Series 2019 – Day 22 – Plaid Pattern with Copics (Mail Art)

86 thoughts on “Holiday Card Series 2019 – Day 22 – Plaid Pattern with Copics (Mail Art)

  1. Hi Kristina, Saw the plaid on the envy and just HAD to look. WOW, WOW, WOW!! Truly an awesome look. Can't wait to try it out on a card. Thx for sharing. Have a fantastic Christmas 🎅🎄🤶🎁 and a wonderful New Year!🥂🍾🎉

  2. Wow, that's gorgeous! Great job as always, Kristina! I hope you have a wonderful holiday, and thank you for another year full of crafting goodness.

  3. Such a beautiful yet simple technique—-and it can be adored to work on any color of envelope or paper. So useful throughout the year. Thank you!

  4. Love this idea, although I cheat and use C&9 stamps to get this type of result. Lol. I’m not good freehanding straight things. 😂. Love the gold stripe. I need one of those gold pens now.
    Question: I don’t have gouache, could I use a white Posca paint pen for the writing instead?

  5. Thank you so much, Kristina!!! I love seeing how you created this wonderful handmade envelope! I do have some Scottish ancestry (my husband's family obviously has a German name), so it's super fun that you created a wonderful plaid for my envelope! Thank you again! I hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

  6. WOW ! The envelope is gorgeous and your hand writing just looks amazing on it. Thank you for sharing. Happy crafting.🌲☃️❄️🌲☃️❄️🌲☃️❄️

  7. wow! I thought I loved it BEFORE you added the gold and white details…..and then I LOVED IT! So great! Thanks for sharing, Kristina.

  8. This is so lovely and beautiful, but something about this card stuck out to me in particular and really hit home! The name "Gauss" or "Gauß" was my Oma's maiden name!  Beautiful work!

  9. When you personally do these cards and/or envelopes, do you do them in bulk or just a few? I would think if you do it in Bork era take you quite a long time to do them. If you do, you probly start in July. Lol

  10. You have a very steady hand! I would never have gotten straight lines or bands.
    Love the colours and the envelope and of course, RUTH!

  11. Oooooh! It was so fun seeing you paint my first name! LOL I don't know what it is, but this year I have become infatuated with plaid and this is simply GORGEOUS! Thank you for sharing!

  12. Gorgeous — love a dark plaid. But if I could draw a straight line (much less do it with a brush) I wouldn't be stamping! loved it anyway. : )

  13. Okay… who are You? Nothing human could draw such straight lines freehand. Really, is there anything You can't do? My Hero!

  14. Wow, you hit it out of the park with your hair today Kristina and this envelope is beautiful! I just love tuning in to see what you are making!

  15. Just tried this Kristina and though my version is a little less than perfect, I have used it to cut out letters for my cards – as a Scot living in Australian the tartan letters look great on my cards to family and friends at home 😀
    Thanks again for sharing all your wonderful skills with us amateurs !

  16. Yeah this isn’t happening. Your talent…. not for the feeble. No way could I do this. You guys make it look so easy but it takes such incredible talent. Thank you for sharing! But not anything I can do. I’m sad. You’re incredibly gifted! Thank you! 💕🙋‍♀️

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