So stunning Christmas inspiration,,,,,,,


Vicky at my DT was wolrking with my "Vintage Xmas Greetng Cards (Ladies)",and she did these so elegant and antique Thaksfull Cards,,,, They are so unique , so inspirational ones,, thanks a million Vicky.





But That is not all,,,,,,
Vicky whas so creative idea:

Hello I'm back to share some little jars that I made this time with a great digi from Nicecrane Designs. I used one of the image from the great set below. You can just click on the image to get to the set!




So I printed the image twice and reverse the image for one of them so that the image is the same on both side. It also gives more strenght to it.


The jar is from the dollar store. I used a some shredded snow and a little Christmas tree all from the dollar store. I used my small circle from spellbinder to make the bottom to hold this little scene. The ribbon is from my stash.Here's a closer look at the digi that I fussy cut


I am falling in love with this cute, cute, cute idea Vicky, you are Rock.
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Delicious &  Vintage Christmas Contaier

Bodil Also was working with my Christmas Packs and FREEBIES (below) to create this stunning Xmas Container

I have written a New Folding Technique I found in the latest magazine One Click. 
Had no chocolates to put inside, nor coffee bags. 







Red and white card,Silver Paper, Mønsterark - Panduro, Design - Digital Paper Shop, Text Annotation - North Star Stamps and Creative Craft,  Border Punch - Martha Stewar Spellbinders ,HjørnediesSizzix,
Blonde Band, "Metal" bands, Swirl dies - woj, Flower dies - TH, Christmas Flower - Storyteller
Stickles stardust


The house is pre-washed and today I am going to start taking up the Christmas and Advent maker.
 I figured out to get the lights on the tree too.
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Framed Xmas Card

Angelica
did this so amazing framed Christms Card: My first christmas card this year. Image from Vintage Santa Vol 2, background made of  waxed paper e mbossed in a embossingfolder from Sizzix. Decoart Metallic Lustre on  the raised areas of the pattern. An edge in Kraft Cardstock punched with a border punch  from Martha Stewart. A lot of rhinestones an metal decorations.


Vintage Santa Vol 2 CS - Click Image to Close

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A few simple Christmas gift tags

Directly from Kirsten`s blog , you can enjoy their stunning Tags:It is getting closer to Christmas. A lot of the Christmas presents are waiting to be wrapped an labelled. So this time, I made a few simple, last minute present tags.


All the motives are from Nicecrane.


I have used 3D foam under all the layers on the tags.


The template for the Poinsettia is free from Bird Cards. The flower and the diecut leaves are distressed with gesso.


The spruce twig is a Silhouette file.


You can get them in my Save  Christmas SavePacks:

Vintage Santa Save Pack - Click Image to Close


Vintage Funny Christmas Pack - Click Image to Close



Vintage funny Christmas Pack III - Click Image to Close


And don´t forget to
CHECK OUT THE COMLETE 
CHRISTMAS CATEGORY IN MY STORE HERE

Thanks to DT at Stampartic and all over to Vicky from their creations.

1 comments:

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles December 21, 2013 at 8:31 PM  

Wow. Vicky never disappoints does she!! Her cards and jars are absolutely wonderful. I saw another jar of hers recently and just loved it, I had never seen anything like it. Bodie's cool creation is really neat too. Something else I've never seen before. Angelica's framed card and Kirsten's tags are simply lovely as well. My goodness, such wonderful creations--but then they always are. You can't go wrong with all your lovely images Ignacio! They make any creation look fantastic!

Lisa D.

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