Glitter Ritz Cards

Here are a couple cards that I taught at the LSS last week.  They are done using Glitter Ritz and Sookwang Tape. This was the last Glitter class until the New Year.  Then I will change things up and hopefully do something a bit more colourful! lol 



I have a few things I have been working on, hopefully I can start sharing them tomorrow. 

Thank you for stopping by today, and have a wonderful evening,



And the winner is…

I used a random number generator and the winner of the Quietfire Grab Bag of Rubber is:

Sandi, who said,

Hi Kim ~ Really love this card. The stamp you chose is perfect, the colors are great and the ice sickles on the bottom look so real! Great job Kim. Hugs, Sandi

Congratulations Sandi!  Please contact Suzanne at suzanne@quietfire.com to collect your prize!

Thank you everyone for joining us in our first ever blog hop!  Be sure to stop over at Deborah’s blog to enter today’s draw for more free rubber!

Have a wonderful day!


Quietfire Design Blog Hop!

qfbloghop Good Morning,

My card today is for the Quietfire Design Blog Hop.  If you haven’t heard about it yet, you can read the directions below on how to enter the daily contests and grand prize draw!  You won’t want to miss out!

I used one of Suzanne’s new Christmas stamps, Snowflakes are the fairydust of winter.  Oh, I love it!!!  Of course I had to add a whack of snowflakes.  Even though I love winter, I am glad that we are having such beautiful weather here in Nova Scotia!  The snowflakes will fall soon enough!

Please leave your comments in the comments section to enter to win a grab bag of Quietfire Design Rubber Stamps. A name will be chosen randomly from the list of comments from this blog entry.  The name of the winner will be posted on this blog tomorrow.  Then hop on over to the next blog on the list tomorrow and enter to win more rubber.

The winner must contact Suzanne at suzanne@quietfire.com to claim their prize.

Here is the list of those participating:

Monday, Nov 16th - Yogi Grunwald

Tuesday, Nov 17th - Kristy Christopherson

Wednesday, Nov 18th - Kim Prince

Thursday, Nov 19th - Deborah March

Friday, Nov 20th - Suzanne Cannon

Saturday, Nov 21st - Wanda Hentges

Sunday, Nov 22nd - Becca Feeken

Monday, Nov 23rd - Monica Black

NOTE: You need to take note of all the rubber stamps used on each DT's blog.  At the end of the blog hop, go back to Suzanne’s blog and list all the stamps used this week on everyone’s card and enter to win the GRAND PRIZE!!

Good Luck everyone, and thank you for stopping by today!

Edited to add:  A few people have asked questions about my card.  The large snowflake is done with the Cuttlebug combo, there is a die and an embossing folder.  The icicle border is a Martha Stewart border punch.  The patterned paper is from the Bo Bunny Christmas Line, and I believe it’s the special glitter line.  If you have anymore questions, please feel free to ask, I will answer asap.  Thank you so much for all the kind words!


Quietfire Christmas

I made this card a while back, and I finally get to share it with you.  I recently bought a Silhouette cutter, and have been having so much fun with it.  It’s an amazing machine and you can make your own design files out of vector images, or any .jpg images as well.  I can’t take the credit for this cutting file though, my friend Val’s husband made this cutting file for us.  The Poinsettia is cut on the Silhouette.


The beautiful sentiment is from Quietfire Design.  Suzanne has the most gorgeous calligraphy stamps. If you haven’t been to the Quietfire site yet, you really should!  I also used a small snowflake Quietfire stamp on the background, it may be hard to see in the picture though. 

For instructions and supply list, please go here.

Urgh…looking at this now, I see that the saying is a bit lopsided…too late to fix it now!  Try to not notice it, especially now that I have pointed that out to you! LOL

Thank you for stopping by today,


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