Sunday, 18 November 2007

Christmas Tree

The Holiday Thyme Designer Series double sided paper is on the desk at the moment so it's getting put to good use. While starting to prepare to make this Tree, I saw something similiar to the finished result. This was a lucky find as the project I had set out on would have taken a lot more time and patience and a template created. All of which was not in existence at the time.

The leftover paper from the Christmas Tree just had to be put to some use, so a quick card was the solution.
This Christmas Tree would look great using the blue papers of the Holiday Thyme Designer Series paper also.
Stamp set: Snow Flurries, All Year Cheer I
Cardstock: Cranberry crisp, Old Olive, Vanilla

Spinning Snowflake

The snowflake on the circle can be twisted around a few times before closing the card and putting it into the enevelope, so that when the card is opened it will spin around.

This card has been fun to make and really not too tricky to get the circles cut out in the right places. I was requested to do this card again in The Lavender Lace cardstock and the Snow Flurries.

Other variations are on the slide show. Take a peek!

Cardstock: Lavender Lace, Whisper White
Ink: Craft Whisper White, Versamark, Black, Lavender Lace
Stamp Set: Snow Flurries, Festive Favourites

All Boxed up - Just in Thyme

This neat little explosion box uses the Holiday Thyme Designer Series paper. A paper bow was added to the top. Both box and bow are fun to make and fun to receive!
This truly looks like something 'bought' rather than created.

Friday, 9 November 2007

Christmas treats

Have a little fun with this treat pouch and insert some candy cane and any other goodies. A small gift card can fit inside as well. The gift card has slits on the interior to hold a gift voucher too. Nice and easy and fun in any colour scheme.