More Christmas Cards

Morning! lol

Here are a couple more Christmas cards that I have done in the past little while. I tried to take pics cause they are 3d, and you lose that in scans, but I have to say, I really need to learn how to use my camera properly! lol....So, back to scanning! scanner leaves shadows on white, so excuse the lines! will get the general idea!

I taught a class yesterday, and it was awesome! The ladies cards all turned out so beautifully, they seemed very happy with them, and they all seemed to have fun! I love it when a class goes smoothly! After class, I had to go shopping, and came home with some great new goodies! I am going to play all day today! lol

Have you all seen the papers from Cosmo Cricket? Well, if you haven't, check them out! I just love the "WANTED" line! I picked up the collection yesterday, and some extras that I know I will use alot.

And the new Stampers Anonymous stamps are very cool! Especially some of Tim's newer ones! And the size of! I picked up the Paris map, and it's huge! Will way more than cover the standard cardfront! They are like the Stampin' Up! background size! It's nice to buy a background stamp that actually fills the whole background! lol

Well, have a great day everyone! Hoping to have more to post this afternoon!!
Thanks for dropping by!


Barbara said...

Your cards are so lovely Kim, so glad the class was fun for you.

audrey said...

Kim....i was just looking at the 'cosmo kricket' line of paper the other day and want it all! Love your cards....wish i could sit in on one of your classes :o)

Paula said...

I'm with Audrey...I wish I could attend one of your classes too :O)
Love both of your xmas cards.
Really love that cosmo cricket line of pp too but I really must resist!

Anne said...

Oh Wow Kim!! Those 'Wanted' papers are just..... swoooon!

I love your Christmas Cards - especially the 'Joy' one - it's really gorgeous and rich! Thanks for sharing!

J@cqueline's craft nest said...

Wow Kim, you updated your blog in a spectacular way! These are gorgeous!
About watercolouring, I'll tell you what I did. Take a sheet of acetate, a paintbox, brush and water. Mix the colours you want and apply to the acetate in blocks - like a block of red then brown then blue for example (make sure it's quite wet!). Then you put your CS over the top and press down. Lift it off and place your paper on the paint at another angle, press down. This should give you a background of mixed colours which when dry can look really nice when stamped. Hope that helps!

dymphie said...

Love your Christmas cards!

Godelieve said...

Wonderful Christmas cards!

Nancy James said...

these are beautiful Christmas cards!

Flower said...

What happened to the sparkly gray & pink one? I loved that one!

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