Saturday, December 4, 2010

Playing with paper . . .

Today I'm playing with designer papers and Crafty Secrets Christmas booklet images.  My friend Cheryl over at STAMP-BY-STEP asked for a few holiday creations to showcase on her website so these are created for her.  Speaking of STAMP-BY-STEP ... did you see the December Special she's running?   YEP ... 10% OFF your entire purchase!  Perfect for this time of the year ... keep watching her site ... she's always got great sales offered to help you in your crafting purchase needs.

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These creations use the Basic Grey "Jovial"   designer paper and Crafty Secrets Christmas Booklet images.  I've used the Martha Stewart icicle border punch on my first card as well as added Deco Art Glamour Dust to the snow ... for a little added holiday sparkle.
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My second card is an easy gate card creation.  The only additions to this beautiful image are the MS snowflake punch and some gold Stickles.

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Lastly is these lovely ladies and LOTS of snowmen!  To adorn this simply matted CS image, I have used two MS border punches (added a little green to the pine trees in the bottom punch) and a new MS snowflake punch I recently purchased!  Love these delicate snowflakes.  With a touch of Diamond Stickles & Art Deco Glamour Dust for sparkle ... this creation is complete!!

Have a great day everyone and please remember to check out Cheryl's Sale!!


  1. Darlene wow these are WONDERFUL!!! LOVIN all these vintage Christmas cards...AWESOME designs, colors, images, and papers!!!! Thanks for popping over to wish me well..I am finally on the mend...woot!!!Stay warm and Have a great weekend!!!! Hugs!!!

  2. Dar, these are all gorgeous girl!! LOVE the Vintage style images and such beautiful layouts!! TFS! HUGS


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