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Monday, November 7, 2011

A Few Christmas Cards Done With Kraft and Red Mirror Paper

Hello everyone! I hope you are having a wonderful week! A BIG welcome to my new followers! I have "met" so many wonderful people from all over the world from blogging, I hope you will visit often. I am looking forward to getting to know you. Thank you Kelly from Orange Park, Florida for the sweet comment. We have all been new at one time or another, so please if  I can be of any help to you, don't hesitate to ask. I love to share what knowledge I have with others. If you have a blog, I'd love to visit and follow you as well, if you would leave a comment or email me with your blog link, I will be sure to visit you.
Instead of getting ready for our trip north, I am finding myself in my craftroom every chance I get. I'm loving the combination of kraft and red mirror paper. Here's a few cards I've done with that combination. When I saw the Z-fold card The Other Patti Sue made, I knew I was going to have to copy it. Here is my take on the card she created in late September. Be sure to visit her blog, you will be amazed at her work, she is truly an inspiration---
The best part about this type of card for me is it forces me to finish the inside. For those of you that know me, you know I usually wait until I get ready to send it to finish the inside. By that time I'm scrambling for matching paper---
 Here's a card I did with my new favorite tool...dies from The Scrapping Cottage. After I seen a card that my  blogger friend Eunice did using the Shih Tzu Peeker, I knew I HAD to have them. In addition to the ones I had gotten for Halloween, I have gotten a bunch more so be prepared to see them a lot---
Here is a quick and simple money holder I did for our bug man---
Oh yes...I forgot to post the Halloween card I did for our Disney loving friends Kathi and Bob. It didn't photograph very well...with the flashback from the glitter on "the moon" you can't read the circle word very well but it says "Minnie Halloween Witches"---
That's it for now...Thanks for stopping by...as always if you have any questions on the recipe or supplies that I have used in my postings today, please feel free to email me. Even though I am no longer actively blogging,  leave a comment and I'll be sure to stop by your blog to see what you've been up to. Til next time...have a wonderful week!

14 comments:

MiamiKel said...

Absolutely gorgeous work, Kel :)

Edilza Teixeira said...

Oi Kelly !!!

Menina de Deus que cartões lindos são esses !!! Que papai noel lindo!!! E a minie de bruxinha é tudo de lindo!!

Beijos no coração

Carol<>< said...

oh, these are so pretty!!!
now I need some red mirror paper,
it adds so much to the cards,
Lovely,
Carol N<><

Marie said...

such beautiful cards. you are so talented

Beth said...

Oh my, I love the kraft and red mirror combo too. It's very elegant and screams Christmas like no other. The snowflakes are the perfect touch for the paper you used on the Z-fold card. The Scrapping Cottage dies give so much detail. I might have to get me some too. I wondered about the Halloween card for your Disney friends, I thought I just missed it. All of your cards are perfect as always.

The Other Patti Sue said...

Love your Zfold... so awesome! I know what you mean about finishing the inside. I always make myself... it's actually easier while you have all the stuff out! Your other cards are equally as fabulous!

salma said...

I see all your sentiments looks so impressive but now I need some red mirror paper,
it adds so much to the card........
business gift cards
Pvc cards

Shuly said...

yes indeed you are talented! my thos cards look so pro! and you're able to make such different styles it's always refreshing. i'm writing and watching your galleries.
when the day is poor i come to your blog to feast my eyes on your creations and it fills me up with sparkles

Anonymous said...

Of course you know I LOVE the Disney card but oh my, the red mirror card is exquisite! You are a true artist.

AnonyMOUSE

Suzanne said...

Hi Kelly...Your Z-card is just gorgeous!! I love the kraft paper and red mirror paper together. Your Santa card is just the cutest. You always come up with wonderful Disney cards for your friends, I'm sure the love them.

Leah (*BeeCherryLady*) said...

Hi friend!
Oh my goodness..its been way, way too
long since I've been able to visit some
of my favorite people/places and I'm so
glad I could come by today!
I LOVE these projects...but more importantly
love seeing all those kiddo photos! Such
sweethearts...bet they are just the luckiest
to have you around!
~Leah
p.s. hope you have the most wonderful holiday
next week! happy thanksgiving!

Regina Easter said...

hey girlie how have ya been...I see your still producing some of the most GORGEOUS inspirational cards...your the best you know....miss ya and love ya....have a wonderful thanksgiving...hugs

Lorene said...

I hadn't seen these cards before today. More great designs and great work. You never seem to amaze me with your talents. Great Job!

eunice said...

Beautiful cards, Kelly! Z-fold cards are one of my faves to do...and yours turned out so elegant! Glad to see that you are having fun with your CottageCutz dies...gotta love 'em for their intricate detailed cuts! Time consuming to put together, but as your cards show, well worth the time spent!