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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Winter Thank You Card with Wonderland

I used the Wonderland Workshop on the Go papers and stampset Winter for this easel card.  It's a winter no-necessarily-Christmas themed card.  The "thank you" sentiment is from CTMH's "Thank You" stamp set.  The icycles are a MS punch, and I added CTMH Glitz glitter gel to them and the inside snowflake for a wintery look.

This picture, albeit a weird photo colorwise, shows the easel.

Congratulations Card with You and Me

This card was made for a December graduation.  I used stamps and papers from the You and Me set and an ordinary tag from the office supply store.  It's based losely on the card "Button Flowers Birthday" by Kim Hughes published in the book "The Best of Stamp It! Cards" from Papercrafts.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Find Your Style Congratulations Card

I used CTMH's Find Your Style Stamp set for the butterflies, and You and Me for the words.  The background is CTMH smoothie cs embossed on my Cuttlebug.  Ink colors are CTMH's vineyard berry & black.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Owl Lunch Sack Gift Bag

Another project I saw on Pinterest.  This owl is SO simple.  Cut the top of an ordinary lunch sack, add a piece of B&T paper, and cutout eyes, beak, and feet.  I used punches for the eyes and feet.  A little ribbon to hold the fold over at the top, and that's it!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Baby It's Cold Outside!

Some retro, nontraditional Christmas colors give this card a "cute" look to go with the fawn.  The deer and sentiment are from the CTMH stamp set Bundled Buddies.  The background snowflake is from Snow Flurries.  CS colors are white, black, blush, and pear. The white snowflake is a punch.

Jingle Christmas Cards

Both of these cards were made with CTMH's Jingle papers.  The mittens in the first card are from the Winterland Workshop on the Go stamp set, and the sentiment is from Snow Flurries.  I love the look of the baker's twine with this paper.