Friday 4 September 2020

Christmas Rose

 Just a quick post from me tonight to share with you a couple of cards I'd made a couple of weeks ago.

My first card features the new Stampin' Up! set called Christmas Rose. It's a two step stamp set but I just used the outline for this card. I embossed the image then used some Stampin' Up! inks with a water brush to colour. I distressed the edges using a pair of scissors (I couldn't find my distress tool).
There is sparkle on this card as I used a gold ink to colour the berries - unfortunately you can't see it very well in the photo :( 

My grandson turns 3 in November, can you believe it! I have obviously made him birthday cards but sometimes I just make something just because. I put the cards away in a box for when it's time to give them to him :)
This card combines new sets by Stampin' Up! called A Grand Kid (I had to have this!) and Flight of Fancy.
I coloured this cute cupid with polychromos, stamped the sentiment, then added little gems to finish off.

I would like to enter my cards over at the following challenges -
Card #1 - Krafty Chicks (Stamp Act), Watercooler Wednesdays (Anything Goes with a Feminine Twist), Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas (Anything Goes), Simon Says Stamp (Stamp It)
Card #2 - Craft Rocket Challenges (Baby/Kid), Unicorn Challenge (For a Child), Daisy Chain Challenges (For the Boys), Send a Smile to Kids (Anything Goes)

Thanks for popping in today - wish me luck as this is my first post using the new blogger....


  1. Two beautiful cards Kylie. Happy birthday to your grandson! Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday.

  2. Very lovely card for your grandson! I'm sure he will love all the cards you are keeping for him. Thanks for joining us at Craft Rocket Challenges.

    groetjes, Ellen

  3. ... and also thanks for joining us at Unicorn Challenge.

    groetjes, Ellen


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