This blog was created to act as a record of the cards and other projects that I have made. It is for both my own reference and to help inspire anyone who wants to take a look.

I'd love it if you'd leave me a comment so that I know what you think of my projects and that you've been to visit!

Anyone can comment, even those who don't have a blog. (Just look for the word 'Comments' under the three little pictures at the end of each post). Readers without a blog can add an anonymous comment, but please leave your name (and docrafts username if applicable) so I know who you are!

Slideshows of all the cards I've uploaded to my blog can be found at the bottom of the page.


Networked Blogs

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Blue and Cream and Green Snowflakes

So, here are the next Christmas cards!!!

I made the cards using the Marianne Creatables snowflake die and a selection of papers from the Dovecraft Let It Snow paper pad.

All the cards were made in the same way, using different papers and different sentiment stamps.

The first card was created by die-cutting a snowflake from white card using the Marianne Creatables die and covering it with Craft Planet Iridescent Sparkle glitter glue. This was then matted onto circles of light blue and white card, die cut using Nestabilities circle dies.

A panel of the lime green and cream stripe paper, from the Dovecraft Let It Snow paper pad, was matted onto the light blue card and the Noël sentiment, from Dovecraft Studio G, was stamped at the bottom of the panel using Versafine Majestic Blue archival pigment ink.

The second version of the card used the light blue and cream stripe paper from the same paper pad:

and the third version used the cream swirl and snowflakes paper and the Seasons Greetings stamp from the Papermania Home For Christmas by Jesse Edwards stamp set:

1 comment:

Eisbärin said...

What a lovely sweet and simple design! Just the ticket for Christmas cards!
Thanks for the award, Kathleen! I'll try to blog it today or tomorrow! :-)
Love, Alex

Blog Widget by LinkWithin