These two cards were made with Kaisercraft tropical Punch collection( including the sticker sheet)and a flourish die, also by Kaisercraft. It is a big flourish, so I used it as the focus on the top card, but on the lower card I cut it up into pieces.Of all the brands of dies I have used, these dies from kaisercraft are the best when it comes to removing your paper or cardstock from the die – usually they just fall out!Wouldn’t the flourish make a great tail for a bird? May have to experiment with that idea! Til tomorrow….
Here are the last two ( for now) cards made with Kaisercraft Tropical Punch.Again I have used the 12 x 12 papers ( so still a whole 6″ pad to use later!)and on the top card matching collectables.Admittedly the bottom card was made with lots of leftover bits on my table!So busy at work just now I haven’t the energy for the craft room, but certainly looking forward to the Christmas break to relax in there! Til tomorrow….
These bright colours certainly make a change from all the shades of red and green we have been working with! Both of todays cards use the 12 x 12 papers from the Tropical Punch collection by kaisercraft, and I also used some collectables from the same collection on the top card. Flowers, ribbon, stampin up greeting stamp and fussy cutting ( on the bottom card) to finish.Til tomorrow……
As promised, we have moved on from Christmas and now to catch up on some other cards I have been working on. This collection is Kaisercraft tropical Punch which was released a couple of months ago. I have used the 12 x 12 papers on both cards and made good use of the matching collectables as well. A couple of flowers, and some lovely yellow ribbon, and done!Cardstock is Stampin up.Til tomorrow….