Saturday, 4 December 2010

Christmas is love with all the trimmings,


Welcome to day 5 of the 12 Days of christmas, and a big thankyou for popping back each day, but dont be shy do leave a comment I love to hear what you think!

Today I have used the card candy items that I made for the card candy swap at the Stampin up convention this year I love love love Kraft cardstock and now with its new name of Crumb cake love it even better! I so love the elegance it lends to Black and Cream. The sizes of my cards today are here and there really as they are scraps of left overs, so I can see me trying to make envelopes for the first time now! Woweee looking forward to that NOT!


The cards today are all about punches really more than stamps and I really enjoyed making them and just love how they have come out, I have used the fabbi Spritzer tool to add a bit of splatter here n there I think it needed it too stark otherwise, makes them look a little Vintage dont you think! Kinda Victorian in style I think!

The photos dont do these cards justice, they are gorge in real life espesh with those ultra sparkly rhinestone...




All supplies are Stampin up:
Stamp set : Christmas contempo
Ink Pad: Basic Black
Punches: Large Heart 119883
Small Heart 117193
Scallop trim border 118402
Corner rounder 119871
Jumbo Eyelets pewter 108432
Designer Buttons Neutral 119743
Very Vanilla Taffeta ribbon 3/8" 109071
Linen Thread 104199
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake
Desinger papers Love Letter 117162
Spritzer tool, Chocolate chip marker
Distressing tool from cutter kit..

4 comments:

  1. fab selection of cards kimmie and so different to your usual crafting:)

    sue
    xx

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  2. Love these Kim, gorgeous as always!
    Justine x

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  3. Absolutely beautiful cards. I think they are amazing.
    xxx

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  4. These are absolutely LUSH kim!!! Thanks so much for sharing.. and good luck with your envelope making! :)

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