My first card centers around the beautiful, ageless royal elf. I used two different stencils on this card. The gold stars on the navy background was done by using some gold embossing paste; the sunburst on the card base was achieved with sponging some Ranger Fossilized Amber distress ink. Because I didn't want to run the navy cardstock through my die-cutting machine for fear of smashing the gold stars, I instead cut the circle from the card base and mounted the entire navy panel on the inside. I then just cut the gold circle and glued it onto the front.
My second card is an easel card -- with a little bit of a twist. To go along with the sentiment "you have my bow and my heart," I made the easel from a heart. I sponged the background trees using Ranger Mowed Lawn distress ink and the Kindred Stamps Forest Stencil, adding some grass patterned paper at the bottom. I colored the two forest elves with Copic markers, cut them out, and placed them strategically on the heart. I added a couple of die-cuts to the sentiment panel.
I had so much fun with my third card. I recently purchased a Lawn Fawn Magic Picture Changer die and thought it would work well with the two forest elves. When you pull the tab on the right-hand side of the card, the picture inside the frame changes.
I recently bought a camera with video capabilities, and I think I've figured out the process. You can see how the picture changes in this short video.