Saturday, November 12, 2011

A Magical Christmas

We are awaiting this Christmas eagerly. Will be a Magical Christmas certainly. What with a new born at home and my little angel

Here is a card you can mass produce. Can even be made as a one layer card.


The tip I learnt from KWerner Design’s 25 days of Christmas is “to make your supplies stretch, use stamps”. This way you will never run out of anything :) Me {hearts} the idea.

I planned to have 3 of those Holly leaves on the right. But my heart yearned for some white space. So stopped with one. Now I can make 2 more cards with those leaves I’ve already cut and coloured :)


A little bit of Sakura’s Star Dust to add a little bling.

Now, I’ve seen such stamps on the entire face of the card. How do you manage to stamp it correctly all over? Stamping it twice? Or is the card smaller? This card is an A4 folded in two. Well,  I really think people out there are using smaller cards – half the size!!  .. Any tips – much appreciated :) Thanks.

What went in

I am glad I am getting some crafting done before the next little one arrives :)


Wednesday, November 9, 2011

How I was inspired to cheat

When I saw this post on Simplicity on Collage, I was certainly inspired.

This made look at this DCWV paper stack I’ve had for ages with a new light. And here is where I ended.


The panel in the centre is cut out from a 12x12 paper and the added the bit of red paper on the left – punched with Fiskars Threading Water border punch. Just a random layout


Added a little bit of Sakura Gelly Roll Star Dust to the hearts and flowers – yes you can see if you see a little carefully. lol :)

And of course the sentiment is from Hero Arts Everyday Sentiments

Thanks for stopping by :)



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