Sunday, 23 February 2014

Merry Christmas

       The Challenge at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown is to use metallic papers


This card is a bit different from those I usually make it is C&S which I like but in a different way. The first thing I did was to use a Die-namics die to cut the metallic paper background,then the rest fell into place.

Image from Joanna Sheen
Die cuts from Spellbinder, the poinsettia, pine branch and cones you cau just see peeping out from under the poinsettia and the Die-namics background.
Metallic papers from stash


Saturday, 15 February 2014

Christmas Landscape

The theme at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown this week is a Christmas Landscape. I love this digi from Just Inklined and thought it suited the challenge. It was really difficult to get a good photograph taken as I kept getting light reflecting off the acetate.

Digi from Just Inklined
Acetate ribbon and bells from stash.


Christmas Fairy

It's a horrible wet windy day here in the north-east I have no intention of going out so have plenty of time to craft.

Digi from Mo Manning
Ivy die from Signature Collection Joanna Sheen
Poinsettia die by Spellbinder


Be The Reason

Digi from Rick St. Dennis coloured with Promarkers
Sentiment from TLC
Check background paper from K & Co.
Lemon and black papers free from a wallpaper sample

Challenges  The Affair at the Victory Ball

Sunday, 9 February 2014

A Million Hugs and Kisses

Digi from Rick St. Dennis
Sentiment from TLC
Paper and matching vellum from stash if you look closely you can see a border of paper under the vellum

Probably not a traditional or very romantic Valentine card but it's for a young man so I thought not too slushy.


Christmas Sentiment

Sentiment from the Desert Diva
Spellbinder Dies for aperture and poinsettia