Two cards tonight!

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IMG_2868 (Medium)IMG_2869 (Medium)Due to all the posts i have missed because of the loss of our internet over the last few weeks, I have a back log of cards to show, so for theĀ  next week or so I will post a couple each night to try and catch up, so tonight we have two cards i made using Kaisercraft Sears and son paper and matching collectables.Both these cards have the same theme -of using the collectables to make a rosette, and I think it works quite well. I inked around all my edges with tea dye distress ink. I have made a few more christmas cards today, but I have to stop making for now and put in all the inserts – a bit boring, and a job that I seem to leave until I can’t ignore the pile any longer! Til tomorrow…

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Bo Bunny Surprise 11 and 12

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IMG_2965 (Medium)Only a couple more in this series – Bo Bunny Surprise so we will stick with them – still using the original 5 sheets of paper that I purchased, we are up to card numbers 11 and 12! I used a punch for the stars on the card on the left, and fussy cut the the stars on the right out of the paper. The cardstock used for the card bases and the mats is from Stampin Up. Til tomorrow…..

Countryside number 3

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IMG_7228 (Medium)For card number 3 in my Stampin Up Countryside stamp set series, I have used (all Stampin up) early espresso, very vanilla and crumbcake cardstock, and stamped the water pump in early espresso ink. I swiped my crumbcake ink pad over the woodgrain embossing folder before running the crumbcake cardstock through it.A bit of layering, piercing, some linen thread and a button, and it was a quick and easy card! The sentiment is a Hero Arts stamp called happy birthday.I spent some time in the craft room today planning out my February lessons, all male cards for February!,but it’s time to break out the ribbon and bling tonight! Til tomorrow…..