Posts filed under: Christmas Cards

  • Watercolour Christmas Card
Good Morning Crafters! How are you this morning?! I’m excited as I have a crafty weekend ahead! I’m crafting today and then visiting Crafting Live in Coventry tomorrow with my...
  • Add a Little Glitz Christmas Card
Good Morning Crafters! I hope you’re having a lovely week! Mine’s been very busy so today I’m sharing a quick and simple Christmas card using the Add a Little Glitz...
  • Hometown Greetings Handmade Christmas Card
Good Morning Crafters! Today’s card uses the beautiful Hometown Greetings Dies. It’s not super quick to make because of the paper piecing, but I love the effect and I like...
  • Quilted Christmas Tree Christmas Card
Hello there! Thank you for joining me for my project today! Today’s card is inspired by the card from the Quilted Christmas page in the catalogue (Page 4 – click...
  • Carols of Christmas with Be Merry DSP
Good Morning Crafters! This morning I have another Christmas card to share with you. I have combined some of the Carols of Christmas stamps and dies with the Be Merry...
  • Ready for Christmas Handmade Christmas Card
Hi there crafters! I’m sooo excited this weekend! The new Stampin’ Up Holiday catalogue has launched and it’s BEAUTIFUL! I thought that today I would share a project using one...
  • Handmade Carols of Christmas Christmas Card
Good Morning Crafters! Have you seen the new pre-release of Christmas Crafting Goodies from Stampin’ Up Yet? The full Christmas catalogue is released next month, but they have released a...
I LOVE this combination of Pretty Pines and Copper! It’s sooo easy to make too!! All you need is a layer of 4.5″x4.5″ Copper Foil Sheets on a 5″x5″ Whisper...
This week’s Sketch Sunday sketch comes from casethissketch.blogspot.co.uk (http://casethissketch.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/case-this-sketch-179.html). I used this sketch, along with the Warmth and Cheer Designer Series Paper (DSP) and our Layering Circles dies to create this pretty...
  • KODAK Digital Still Camera
I love using sketches to help me create cards! I think they do the hard bit for you, leaving you to decide on the fun stuff like colours, embellishments, etc....