Monday, December 21, 2009

Final Christmas cards for the year

The first one is using a stampin up set but I don't know the name of it, It was a recent trademe bargin and the seller was not sure if all the stamps were in the set. Does anyone know what it's called??

The other three are from yet another trademe bargin, no brand name on this set but so cute I couldn't resist!
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A Christmas gift from a friend

I had a visit from one of my cardmaking friends, Rel. She popped round this arvo to drop off a lovely Christmas gift.

Here is the bag and super little card followed by the most adorable snowman ornament, preparing to throw snowballs, he will fit in nicely with my Christmas decorations, and is so stylie that he will standout.

She has created such a lovely card, the hedgehog is just so very cute pulling his sleigh full of presents and to his surprise a lovely red robin! What a great card!

Thanks Rel, you are so very thoughtful.

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Friday, December 4, 2009

Scrapbook picture frame - snow scene

I have had this scrapbook picture frame for a while now and didn't know what to do with it. It's a great deal deeper than an ordinary frame so you can layer things inside.

I was inspire by a lovely Christmas card my mum gave me with a bear sitting in front of a window, so here I have created a similar scene.

It is all 3d so the window frame sticks out and then the bear sticks out even further and his bow even further, the photo really doesn't do it justice, the trees are cover with dazzling diamonds too.

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Mojo 115

Finally, although it's Friday and only taken me 5 days to get around to it! Here is my take on the mojo sketch...

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Tealight candle cover

Here is a very simple tealight candle cover. This is larger than the ones I made last year as I have a glass candle holder that I wanted to use, rather than just a tealight candle.

For a small one, 8 1/4 inch length of card, score at 2 inch, 4, 6, 8
Height approx 3 inch and punch a border pattern across the top.

Using a punch or a cuttlebug die (Snowflake) punch the decoration in the centre of each of the four sections.

Tape vellum to the inside of each section and tape the end together.

For this larger one I used 2 1/2 inch sections and 3 1/2 inch height.

Have fun if you try this....

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My favourite christmas card so far

This has got to be my favourite xmas card I have made so far... The tree is from a stampin up set, branch out. Very simple and I think it's even elegant.
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Cute critters - mouse

A cute little card made with the cute critters stampset.... also used my new stampin up paper... Nice to have it all matching!
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Snow swirled - new stampset

Here are a couple of cards made with this lovely new set. snow swirled...
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More Christmas cards

Well I am running low on alll cards for my box at work, demand has been good, especially for xmas cards... here are some more...

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A good egg - easter

Just had to try my new easter set..... very cute!
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