Saturday, October 23, 2010

Borrowed Genius

For this month's Christmas Stamp-a-Stack cards I have borrowed from the creative genius of others. In other words, CASEd shamelessly! LOL

The first one is cased from Kim Gavarra with some changes in colour. The ribbon is contraband as SU haven't given us any Cherry Cobbler ribbon - WHAT WERE THEY THINKING????!!! Here's the card:


Materials used:
  • stamps - Welcome Christmas
  • card - Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler
  • inks - Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler
  • other - Cherry Cobbler marker, scissors, dimensionals, non SU organza ribbon, sponge dauber, non SU bow tying machine
My second card is cased from Sarah-Jane Kale and again I have changed the colours. I just love the vintagey look of this one:

Materials used:
  • stamps - Delightful Decorations, Christmas Greetings
  • card - Crumb Cake, Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler
  • inks - Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso
  • other - ornament punch, adhesive pearl, very vanilla satin ribbon, dimensionals, Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder, Big Shot, sponge dauber
Of course, you know it's only about 7 weeks until Christmas, don't you? YIKES!

Thanks for calling in. Have a great day.

Cheers
Kez

5 comments:

Lynda said...

LURVE both of these cards to bits darl...and of course...I am gunna have to dble CASE the Delightful Decos card...hee hee hee. LURVIN' the cobbler...but then again...it did come highly recommended!! Perhaps if we wish HARD enough, BOTH our wishes for things may come true...lol?? ooxx

Kathryn Brennan said...

Love both cards. The ornament punch and little family silhouette stamp are marvellous. Keep up the great work!

Kathryn Brennan said...

Love both cards. The ornament punch and little family silhouette stamp are marvellous. Keep up the great work!

Sabine said...

Hi, I just found your blog and I think your cards are so beautiful. Can I lift some of these beauties?

Liam said...

These christmas cards are gorgeous. I must bring out that set of mine. thanks for sharing. Hope you stamp a stack goes well tomorrow.

Liam

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