Sunday, August 12, 2012

Christmas but not as we know it....

Morning folks...the cubbyhole's been in Christmas mode for a while...mostly DT "can't share just yet" makes all using traditional Christmas colours...Red/Green...Blue/Gold etc but I thought I
would have a little fun...dig out the Distress Inks...some of Tim's Limited Edition Seasonal Colours...ones that you probably wouldn't associate with Christmas...
Tumbled Glass...Shaded Lilac...Picked Raspberry...
that bow needs to go...it's just not right...
 this is my favourite...clean and simple and easy to mass produce for your Christmas list...
Picked Raspberry...Shaded Lilac...Evergreen Bough


Can't believe that my Olympic viewing is almost at an end...what a fantastic Saturday night...well done to Mo and Tom...we are all so proud of you...soon there will be nothing to distract me from work stuff...no more excuses for sitting around on the sofa with a cuppa and cake...it's back to knuckling down to the crafty list again.
See you all tomorrow to announce the winner of the Mini Makes Kit
Hugs Kath xxx

Edited to add: for those who e-mailed asking how I created that perfect circle....easy peasy it's a stamp from Hero Arts CL 519 - Many Dots

24 comments:

paula said...

Wow oh wow!!! What beautiful christmas cards. I love the circle one the best it's just so sweet, simple & STUNNING!!

scrappymo! said...

I agrtee with the above poster...stunning cards!

sue - bearhouse said...

WOW! These are stunning Kath, I really love the designs

I hope you have a good Sunday
Hugs Sue

Anesha said...

What great cards, I just love the second one, the colours are fab! Have a gret day, hugs Anesha

rachel said...

stunning cards Kath - lovely to read about the paperterie in Barb Grays newsletter too - all good I assure you! Big hugs Rachel xx

Jan Ltc said...

Beautiful cards xx Jan

Linda said...

WOW! Stunning cards and I love the colours, so different for Christmas, but they work so well. Great job as always.
Enjoy the Olympics Closing Ceremony and have a great Sunday. xx

Bev said...

Kath you truly are one of the most creative and clever ladies on the planet, where you get your ideas form .... another stroke of genius hun x

tilly's crafts said...

gorgeous christmas cards, so effective!
Kim x

Redanne said...

Oh my Kath, you have done it again, your cards are absolutely stunning and what great ideas for doing large numbers of cards. Crafty hugs, Anne x

Paula (PEP) said...

The circle one is brilliantly effective - wintery enough but not OTT - adaptable for the "oh no, forgot that person will have to make a New Year card" category too
Paula (PEP)

Dragonlady said...

Fantastic inspiration Kath, thank you. They are gorgeous.

Hugs Ali x

Debbi Glennie said...

ooo they're pretty - I agree about the bow.
looking forward to the closing ceremony tonight and see what the Brazilians have in store for us
Debz
x

lilyf said...

Gorgeous Christmas Cards Kath. Will have to get started myself soon but keep thinking I have plenty of time.

Kat said...

Stunning cards Kath. That quicky one is just gorgeous. I made some "quick" ones that didn't turn out to be so quick.

Kat xx

Alexandra said...

Love these, and agree the second one is my favourite too. Quick cards are a must when you're making lots too.

Lorraine said...

Gorgeous Christmas cards, love them both!
Lorraine x

Whimcees said...

Oh My Goodness!

What absolutely beautiful cards! You have created perfection! I love them both - such great holiday cards and the colors are so lovely! Wishing you a happy day!

Barbara Diane

Karen said...

OMGee - would never ever have thought of using these inks for Xmas! Both of them are fabulous! Olympics have been fab - looking forward to the Para Olympics next! hugs Karen x

NGCARDS said...

These are gorgeous hun and the colours go wonderful together xxx

trish said...

Hi Kath, two beautiful cards,lovely colours,great stamps and all put together with your fantastic ideas.

mimijudy1975 said...

Kath,I bet you're enjoying trying out some of the new stamps. I love the nontraditional colors you've used. Can you tell me how you inked the perfect circle behind the trees ? Is there a stamp or do you ink up an acrylic circle "

michele said...

Your Christmas cards are beautiful Kath. I love your CAS card, it's so elegant. Love Michele xx

Julie Brooks said...

Hi Kath! Beautiful Christmas cards. x

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