Sunday, 29 November 2015

Ideas for Christmas Cards


Here are some more ideas for Christmas Cards. I have used a variety of items and products from my stash.


Papers, toppers, dies, embossing folders, ribbons etc.


Stickers, various sparkle and mediums through stencils

Punches and stamps

Heat embossing, rhinestones, washi tapes, etc.

All cards have  stamped inserts

Time to use up some of your stash

Saturday, 28 November 2015

Stash busting Christmas Cards


Here are some more cards made from my stash. These cards have all been created from the one pack

Paper and topper from pack, added ribbon.
Kaszazz stamps used for insert.

Paper & topper from pack, added ribbon and gems.
Stamped and embossed sentiment and insert stamps from Kaszazz
Kaszazz embossing folder

Paper & topper from pack, added ribbons and gems. Insert stamps by Kaszazz

Paper from pack, added ribbon & gems.
Chipboard deer
Joy sentiment & die Tim Holtz.
Insert stamps by Kaszazz

Paper from pack, added ribbon, gems & chipboard deer.
Tag & sentiment stamps and dies, & insert stamps by Kaszazz.
Cuttlebug embossing folder

These cards have made only a small dent in the stash, so there will be probably more to come.


Christmas Tags...

Good Morning,

Tags, tags and more tags...  I have created a bunch of mini Christmas Tags using washi tape and  stamped embossed images.

Christmas Trees...

Gingerbread Men...

Candy Canes...


Add a few rhinestones and some twine...

Off to create some more Christmas goodies,
Have a great day!

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Kaszazz Christmas Collage Cards


These cards have been created using the Card Collage paper from Kaszazz Vintage Christmas collection.
All card bases are white. The images have been matted to blue card then Star embossed gold foil and another layer of blue card. Ribbon has been added, then the panel added to the card base.

The following two cards have been matted to red card.

All cards have corresponding stamped inserts.

These cards are quick and easy to make. Great if you have many to make.


Monday, 23 November 2015

Kaszazz Christmas Cards


These cards have all been created using Kaszazz Products.




Traditional Tree & Star Border
Shaker card


Flourish Tree & Monogram Christmas

I Hope you have found some inspiring ideas here for your designs.

Till next time - keep happy crafting

Saturday, 21 November 2015

Kitty Cat Christmas Cards - Kaszazz


These Christmas cards are for the Cat lovers.
The cards were created using Kaszazz stamps and products, and the fussy cut cat image (Clear Impressions), and the die cut Santa hat added.

Kaszazz Traditional Tree, Star border, Christmas Sentiment

Decoration Border, Vertical Merry Christmas

Flourish Tree, Wishing you

Washi tape, embossing folders, brads and gems, watercolour pencils, gel pens, embossing powders and stickles have also been used.

Enjoy your kitty cat

Till next time

Red Framed Cards...


Today I am sharing with you two cards I have created using plain card frames and patterned paper for the under layer.

I die cut the frames from red cardstock, added the layer of patterned paper to which I had adhered the lace and the red ribbon and then attached the Kaszazz flowers using brads. I then added these layers to my red card base.

Lastly, I added rhinestones in the corners of each card.  

Very simple, but beautiful!
Hope you are having a crafty day!

Thursday, 19 November 2015

Cozy Christmas-Stampin'up


Today's cards have been created with Stampin'up Cozy Christmas stamp set.

Both cards have a white base, and papers from Home for Christmas pack.

The branch stamp from Peaceful Wreath has also been used here.

How are you going with your Christmas cards and crafting?

Till next time - keep happy crafting

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Inspiration from a scarf...


Inspiration can come from anywhere... I was recently asked to create a matching card for this scarf.
I was inspired by the birds with the coloured tails, the blue background covered in flowers, the pink and white ruffled layer and the row of dark green 'pom-poms' running along the bottom of the scarf (as per the photos below).

I used a green card base, followed by a white layer and then I added my top layer.  I created the top layer using bird and flower stamps, stamped onto blue card and then coloured.  I then added ribbon, ruffling the pink ribbon and leaving the white ribbon unruffled.

I was really happy with the result and so was my customer!

Thanks for visiting,
see you again soon,