More Happy Reindeers..

img_9364-mediumDon’t these reindeers make you smile?I used an embossing folder for the background ( stampin Up) and ripped up white cardstock  to make the foreground. I added aline of glue across the top of each layer and stuck on loose glitter.Fussy cut reindeers from stampin up home for christmas designer paper, and added die cut leaves and sentiment with  kaisercraft dies. A sprinkle of red kaisercraft rhinestones and these which were a joy to make were done! Til tomorrow….

Home for Christmas

img_9362-mediumimg_9363-mediumStampin Up Home for Christmas designer papers, and cardstock. These ones are very simple with just a little layering and fussy cutting from the papers. The sentiment on the top card is by Kaisercraft and the bottom sentiment is a new stampin up stamp.Very quick and easy! til tomorrow….

Stampin up christmas, and pinterest inspiration

IMG_7252 (Medium)IMG_7253 (Medium)IMG_7254 (Medium)All of these cards have two things in common – they all use Stampin up supplies from the christmas catalogue and they were all inspired from pinterest ( you will find the originals on my pinterest board)From the top products used – Home for christmas designer paper ( and some fussy cutting involved) embossing folder – I think it’s called softly falling,cardstock, wonderland stamp set,glitter card and gold trim.I love all of these designs and couldn’t have improved on them at all!Til tomorrow….

Stampin Up Home for Christmas designer paper..

IMG_2887 (Medium)IMG_2890 (Medium)A short break from the kaisercraft silver bells paper, and today  a couple of cards I made with Stampin Up designer paper Home for Christmas, and the stampin up woodland embossing folder. The top card is the simpler version, for the bottom card i stepped it up a little.wheres the paper you say? I cut these gorgeous little deers from the paper and created a little scene by adding some punched greenery and stamping and fussy cutting the little bird.To step it up a little on the bottom card I inked some of the raised embossing, and ripped up up some white cardstock which I stuck glitter toand then raised the pieces with some 3d foam pads on the lower portion of the card. I really enjoyed making these ones, my favourites by far this year! A lazy day today, prepared some lessons for november, and this afternoon I have been experimenting with my perfect pearls powder, adding some water to it and colouring ,it makes the most lovely shimmery paint and now I am off to put my finished painted pieces onto cards.Til tomorrow…..