Thursday, November 27, 2008

Kristina's CI #32

Wow, I can't believe it's up to number 32!!! It's pretty impressive that Kristina has been able to find so many gorgeous things to inspire us to create and this week is no different. This gorgeous Christmas display is making me wish for a beautiful tree with lots of lovely presents underneath....guess I'm just going to have to wait for that!!!I really liked this combination of colours and ended up making two cards for the challenge. The first one is, of course, a Christmas card. I didn't actually need anymore Christmas cards, so I might have to send a card to someone that I normally wouldn't....LOL! As we don't have Riding Hood Red here I went with Real Red instead, and I was mainly inspired by that gorgeous hanging ornament.
It's hard to see in the photo, but the Red BG has snowflakes stamped in Versamark, and that chunky glitter is very pretty IRL.

The next card is NOT Christmasy...but it does use one of the new stamps in the Summer mini, which I thought would look cute coloured in Red and Silver....
So there you have it. Things are still super crazy round here and I'm doing the countdown til I leave for holidays....ONE WEEK AND ONE DAY TO GO!!! Woohooo!!!!!!

Supplies:
Warmest Holiday Wishes
CS: Real Red, Brushed Silver, Whisper White & Very Vanilla
Stamps: Holiday Wishes, Very Merry
Ink: Versamark, Real Red
Other: Real Red brads, Clear Embossing powder, Silver Embossing powder, Crystal Iris chunky glitter, Tombow glue, Dimensionals

Time For You
CS: Real Red, Brushed Silver, Whisper White & Very Vanilla
Stamps: Time For You
Ink: Versamark, Memento Tuxedo Black, Silver
Other: Real Red brads, White brads, Silver Embossing powder, Real Red Ribbon, Slot punch

Hope you all have a lovely Thursday....and for my American friends, Happy Thanksgiving :)
Kristie

10 comments:

Kristy said...

Oh how gorgeous, and how good are you Kristie making two cards!!!

Holly said...

Kristie, I really like the second card a lot! It's an image you wouldn't normally use those colors for, but it works beautifully!
Your ornament card is really pretty too. That chunky glitter is so cool looking. I may have to get some of that!

Carol Dunstan said...

nice cards, I actually think the second one is my fave... but I'm loving the chunky glitter

Linda said...

These look great Kristie! :-)

June Houck said...

Nice color combo! My fave is the second one...I love the extra brads and using that cute bike. You are clever! That image did not speak to me, until you so smartly used it on your card :)

Leonie said...

Both cards are gorgeous

June Houck said...

I saw your ? re: Buckeyes on Leslie's blog. Perhaps you know them by another name. They are peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate. Even better than a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup! They are called Buckeyes in the U.S. because they resemble the buckeye nut from the state tree of Ohio.

See here:
http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Buckeyes-I/Detail.aspx

Nikki Bond said...

These turned out beautiful! I especially love the first one...that border of glitter is fantasic! {SMILES}

lauren said...

as with the words "chocolate cake" i cannot really think of a context in which i would not enjoy "chunky glitter"!!!!!!!!!! just bloomin' gorgeousgorgeousGORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGEOUS cards!

(ps: & happy thanksgiving rightbackatcha--even though technically it doesn't apply--but i wish you all the wonderful things that we americans associate with this day: family, friends, love, gratitude...and a REEEEEALLLY nice dinner!!!) ♥♥♥

Lisa said...

Love these! I am a huge bicycle nut (own three!) and I think I must track down this stamp! :)

 

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