Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Christmas PaperPumpkin

I found it so easy to put these cards together from the kit.  I do think the one on the left needs a little something but will work on that for next time!

Monday, October 16, 2017

Christmas PaperPumkinkit

I love opening my front door and finding these cute little kits outside.  I thought I would post a picture of everything you get inside.  Everything is included as you can see!  I sometimes do a little extra with what I have but you don't really need to.  I love the matching envelopes too!

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Christmas Class

This is my first offering of a Christmas class.  You can choose the cards you like by number.  You can make four for $10-choose two designs to make two of each!  You can make 12 for $20- choose three designs and make four of each.   Just leave me a comment.    

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Musical Christmas

I am working on a Christmas class and was going to enter a challenge but was too late but like this card.  I stamped the bells with Bersemark making this card quite easy to make!

Monday, October 9, 2017

Bethlehem Thinlits

I loved this set of thinlits the minute I saw them in the catalogue.   I liked this idea from Cynthia Milan because it is simple and I have trouble doing simple cards.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Holly Experiments

I brought my Good Tidings stamp set with me to Saskatewan as I thought my friend might like to try it.  I liked it in Tranquil Tide and she liked it in Garden Green.  I haven't glued it together because I thought I might add some ribbon    I added a little piece I cut out on top of the Tranquil Tide and I liked that too!  Which colour do you like best?

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Country Livin

I have been been wanting to try this technique for ages so my friend Shirley wanted to too so we visited Ann Craig's blog and she gave great instructions how to sponge colour on your embossing folder and then stamp the truck right onto the embossing folder and voila   It looks like it is sitting behind the trees.  We found the Black Archival ink worked the best to get a stronger image of the truck.