Saturday, November 15, 2008

Birthday Treats, Gingerbread tea and a Hard Freeze

The weather has turned cool here in Central Texas. I miss the changing of the seasons the most so when we actually drop below 70 I get excited. It's rare to be this cool so early in the season here but I'm not looking a gift horse in the mouth. The weatherman is calling for a hard freeze tonight. I can't wait!

In honor of the cool weather I used some of the new stamps I received today for my birthday from my parents, to create a few Christmas cards. I pulled out my new box of Gingerbread Tea and put on some flannel pajama pants and then put ink to rubber or acrylic in this case.

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This card was created for the Wednesday Sketch Challenge202 on Splitcoaststampers.
Stamp set: Inkadinkado
Paper: Making Memories Christmas paper, Bazzil cardstock
Ink: Purely Pomegrante

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I created this card for the sketch challenge on 2 Sketches 4 You blog.

Stamps: Inkadinkado
Ink: Purely Pomegrante
Paper: Purely Pomegrante, Bazzil green

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The last card I made tonight was just for fun because I love these little birds. I have always wanted the peaceful wishes stamp set by Stampin' Up. This set by inkadinkado has the pine branches I love from the peaseful wishes so I think I'm set now.

Stamps: Inkadinkado
Ink: Purely Pomegranted
Paper: Kraft and Green by Bazzil

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8 comments:

  1. Sara these are all great! I love the little birds - they are too darling and I love how creative you were with all the stamps for your card for 2S4Y
    :)

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  2. Sara I love all of your cards! I Love the way you used the stamps on the 2S4Y card amazing work : )

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  3. I love all the leaves on your card, just great.

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  4. These are all so lovely! That angel image on the 2s4u card is stunning!

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  5. All of your cards look spectacular! I love all of them.

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  6. I LOVE your cards- they turned out great! Probably was that great TEA that got your mojo going!
    Wonderful job.
    Kindly,
    ~Eve

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