Monday, 14 November 2011

Darkroom Door Christmas Cards

I've got so much blogging to catch up on, I can't remember whether I've posted these cards or not. I've had a quick look, but can't seem to find them on the blog, so here they are.
These are the cards we made in the Christmas cards class I taught at Picture to Page in October. We used one of the new Darkroom Door sets - Dear Santa Vol 2.

 This first one is a variation of the card I posted here. Without the lace and other pieces, it becomes a little more mass-production friendly - great for those of us who still haven't got around to doing anything about Christmas cards *wink*


The papers I've used for this next one are from Alison Ellis design. The basic layout and colours could be used for a wedding card too:


 The background on this next one is really quick and easy - a spritz or two of a Glimmermist spray and it's done.

This range of Kaiser papers together with pages from an old book - a perfect vintage combination!


This last card involves some repeat stamping with the pine branch, and then I tizzed it up a bit with some red adhesive diamantes. If you're a botanist, stop analysing why there are berries on a pine branch - I'm allowed some artistic licence, aren't I? ;).  Again, very easy to mass-produce:

 Thanks for looking!

 

4 comments:

  1. Great Christmas card ideas, T4S :)

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  2. hello teresa,
    just wanted to introduce myself =).
    im your swap partner!cant wait to get started,i'll make sure that i send it to you earlier so that you get it in time for christmas.
    hope your well

    Rachel
    x

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  3. Beautiful cards, Teresa! :)

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  4. these are gorgeous Christmas cards, I especially love the one with the bow it is beautiful!

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