Uniko Studio: Snowflake Dies & Sentiment (heat-embossed on vellum)
Cuttlebug: Embossing folder
Gems from my stash
I'd like to enter this card at
(in case you don't know, Kylie recently did the artwork for my
blog header, signature and water mark and she also administers
several challenges including Addicted to CAS & Addicted to Stamps
A quick edit here thanks to Sandie who reminded me the
Uniko Studio challenge is still live so I'm going to
Head over there to enter this one.
Having received some new goodies from the latest Uniko Studio
release I couldn't wait to try them out so this card uses the following sets:
Simply Said Christmas
Background Builders Vines - Winter Additions
Dies: MFT Die-namics pierced rectangles
Spellbinders nesties - labels
To add the essential Christmas bling I've added
glossy accents, wink of stella and pearls
I'd like to enter this one at Addicted to Stamps & More
where it's a Clean & Simple week
This is a really cheeky, CAS and quick one for mass production!
Using Mama Elephant: Landscape Trio dies for a 'pelmet' effect
a strip of foil card from DCWV
Uniko Studio: Simply Said & Rustic Christmas sets
Doodlebug sprinkles and gems for baubles
I'm going to pop this one in at Simon Says Stamp
where the theme is Christmas / Holiday card
I'm creating Christmas cards like a maniac now as you can tell!
This one uses some other Uniko Studio images from last year's
Christmas set: Peace on Earth
I've used the same technique as shown a few weeks ago here
using glossy accents to resist the Distress Inks
A little bakers twine from my stash and matted using
MFT Die-namics pierced rectangles.
I'd like to enter this one in the Merry Monday challenge
which features birds this week.
Last but not least
I've used 'snippets' of glitter and textured cardstock to create the
diagonal striped panel, word die and sentiment from Clearly Besottted
with gems from my stash.
... and as I've used 'snippets' it would be rude not to head over
to Pixies Snippet Playground if I've time to dash in under the gates!
Well you certainly enjoyed the celebrations challenge last week
full of AMAZING creations and superb inspiration.
Amongst your comments and blog posts there were some very special
and heartfelt words about Less is More. It made me feel quite emotional
reading them and so honoured to be part of the team despite not having
been here from the start as a lot of you obviously have.
Thanks for your continued support and looking forward to
this week's 'icy' creations on your blogs.
Thanks as always for stopping by