Sunday, 18 December 2011

Simply reindeer

This card is made with another Kanban stamp:


This is for:

Oldie but a goodie: Christmas animals (the stamp is more than six months old)
Hooked on craft 14: Christmas - anything punched or diecut
Craft room: die cuts and punches
Dutch dare 143: tic tac toe - I chose: embossing, stamped image, die cuts
Delightful: anything goes
Nadia 20: Christmas black and white with one colour
Stempelsonne 52: anything goes
Di's digi designs: show us Christmas

Another simply stamped Christmas card

This is a Kanban stamp inked with versamark and heat embossed with detail gold - shame the shine doesn't show up here.

Colours are for Paper players 76: Ann's clean and simple colour challenge:




It's also for:

Stamp, scrap & doodle: bells

Papercraft star 75: a bell or an ornament

Christmas chipboard

Here's a couple of quick cards I made the other day using Websters papers for the background (they really don't need much added to them), some Eno chipboard trees and some sentiments from stash.



These are for:

Sweet stamps 45: chipboard
Crazy 4 challenges 117: it's Santa
Christmas crafting 6: Santa Claus is coming to town
2 sisters 70: kid's Christmas
My mum's craft shop 36: cute and funky Christmas
Paper sundaes 100: celebrate
Charisma cardz 49: last minute Christmas makes
Paperminutes 195: clean and simple (mostly white)
Southern girls 36: let's celebrate
Just us girls 115: colour challenge - red, olive, white/kraft

The true meaning of Christmas

It was Pinky's turn to choose the theme for the Christmas gang girls for today and she chose 'religious' - I'm so glad she did because it's an opportunity to share cards that depict the true meaning of Christmas. It can be so easy amid all the trimmings and festivities to ignore what the season is really about, so here is an opportunity to include some cards for which I've used the lovely Woodware Mary and Joseph stamp, inked with memento and coloured with copics and marvy le plume.

I made these cards the other day - and quite a few similar ones that you might be seeing over the next couple of days if I get round to blogging them.

The first time include silver foiled papers from a past QVC kit (shame the silver looks black here, but hey ho) and the blue and white paper in the second one is a snippet left from some English Paper Company paper.



The third and fourth cards feature Flowersoft papers:


These are also for:

For fun: Christmas - anything goes
Charisma cardz 49: last minute Christmas makes
Sarah Hurley 56: colouring
Annabelle: say it with ... Christmas 3 - cards
Sparkles forum Christmas challenge 11: nativity
Creative stamp friends 40: Christmas