Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Christmas Cards a la Graphic 45


How about some Christmas cards? I have not made mine yet this year. Well, I have about 20 made, but I normally make between 60 and 100. (I know, I know!) 

I made these beauties with Graphic 45 Christmas Emporium papers?! Do you love this paper? I know I do. The colors are so rich. And the Vintage images are fantastic!


I made some wrinkle ribbon, which is another fun project. I like to make a whole bunch at once. That way I get messy all at one time!


Are these little kids adorable, or what?! I've used lots of layers, as always. I love layering my papers.


The Christmas Emporium stamps are so pretty, even the fonts are lovely! Check out the white flower. That's a Graphic 45 Metal Flower Staples painted white.


This image of Santa and the little ones is so cute I can't stand it! I wish I had enough paper to make all of my cards with this image!

I hope these cards inspire you to make a few cards of your own!

Check back tomorrow for Part 4 of my December Daily!

Supplies:
Cardstock: Bazzill, Stampin' Up!
Designer paper: Graphic45 Christmas Emporium (All I Want for Christmas, Christmas Emporium, Happy Holidays, Special Delivery, A Christmas Carol, Tis the Season, Santa Express, Joyous Noel, Merry and Bright, Believe!, Toyland
Chipboad: Christmas Emporium Tags 1
Stamps: Christmas Emporium
Ink: Clearsnap Colorbox Chalk Blackbird, Creamy Brown, Chestnut Roan, Yellow Cadmium; Memento Tuxedo Black; Copic Marker YG67 Moss
Paint: Deco Art White
Embellishments: Metal Flower from Graphic45, Trim from Graphic45, Metal button from Graphic45, pins from Maya Road, button from craft store;paper flowers and leaves from Wild Orchid Crafts
Seam Binding: Lawrence Schiff
Twine: May Arts
Tools: Grand Calibur machine from Spellbinders, Die templates form Spellbinders (S4-344 Tear Drop Circles, S5-026 Labels Twenty, S5-027 Labels Twenty-one, S4-190 Labels Four, S4-309 Labels Four Small)
Adhesive: ATG tape from Scotch 3M, Glue Dots, Tombow Mono Metal glue

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful Christmascards.

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  2. Love the cards, esp the last one and the Glad Tidings font is gorgeous. I've sold almost all I made..not complaining but it means there are some I HAVE to make now lol

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  3. Love the cards, esp the last one and the Glad Tidings font is gorgeous.

    Xmas Cards

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  4. Beautiful cards- love that last one too!

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  5. Ooh your cards are wonderful, wish i had your talent! Merry Christmas to you.rosiex

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  6. These are amazing!!

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