Card Recognition

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

More Christmas Cards

I've been selling Christmas cards left and right and I needed to make a few more and since I can't mass produce one card, I went looking for inspiration in blogland challenges.


This card uses the Hero Arts sketch challenge.  Don't you just love the Tim Holtz seasonal colors?  Simon Says Stamp Challenge is having an "Anything Goes" week, think they'll get to 1000?  And Wee Memories is having a "Free For All"


This girly Christmas card uses the Play Date Cafe colors and I based it on the Skippings Stones sketch, but oops, missed the deadline.


Materials: Hero Arts Berries and Poinsettas, PTI Photo Finishers sentiment, PTI double sided banner die, PTI white card stock, Stampin Up red card stock, Tim Holtz distress inks festive berries, evergreen bough, iced spruce, Versafine black ink

Ornament card: Hero Arts ornament, Waltzingmouse Stamps Frame It sentiment, PTI Limitless Layers 2 1/2 inch dies, pink paper from my stash, PTI kraft and white card stock, Coredinations purple card stock, Versafine black ink, May Arts ribbon

11 comments:

Jinny Newlin said...

Great cards, Erin! LOVE the way you've layered the frames, around your ornament, on our take! Thanks so much for joining us this week at The Play Date Cafe!

Lynn said...

We're on the same wave length Erin! My HA card is being posted tomorrow! Love the flowers on the first...gorgeous!

lynn said...

fabulous cards, erin:)

Karen B. said...

Great use of those new colors on the first card and your use of the PDC colors are just perfect too. Perhaps making christmas cards s really your thing if you can't keep them stocked!!

yyam said...

Wow! These are really lovely Erin! :)

~amy~ said...

lovin' the non-traditional colors!

Michele Gross said...

Great designs! Love the non traditional colors from the PDCC for your Christmas card. Thanks for playing at The Play Date Cafe!

Jenny said...

ooo Mr Holtz colours look awesome on your card, love the big blooms :)
Supercute bauble card too...love how you used the colours.
Looking forward to the blog hop Friday...we're hop neighbours :)
Jenny x

jen said...

For someone that isn't making her own holiday cards, you sure are making a LOT of Christmas cards! These are both great & congrats on your selling success!

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

These are beautiful!!!!Thanks for playing along with wee Memories this week!!!!

Vera W. Yates (Ling) said...

Lovely cards! Thank you for playing along with us at Wee Memories. :)