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23 September, 2014

Glory to the newborn king

Hi everyone,

Thanks for stopping by, I'm honored to have you here! I'm sorry this post is later than usual, but I'm only just out of the studio, having completed an incredible eighty cards today! Yes, you read that right, 80! Sixty of them are those I started yesterday and another, newly designed set of 20. Whew!

The cards I'm sharing with you today are the second set which I created with the Newborn King stamp set from Stampin' Up!'s seasonal catalog. As I mentioned at the end of yesterday's post, where I shared the first set, this design is very different.

For this design I teamed the focal sentiment and the star, carefully placing them onto my clear block so that they would be able to be die cut using the second largest of the Stars Framelits. This first one is stamped in Rich Razzleberry ink on Very Vanilla card. I then cut the die and used the die itself as a template to cut a larger star from Cherry Cobbler card, because the largest star die was to big for the card. I then stamped the star from the Festival of Trees set randomly on the folded Very Vanilla card blank. The focal star is popped up with Stampin' Dimensionals and I've once again added Crystal Effects to add a bit of sparkle.


This one uses Old Olive ink and Lost Lagoon card...

This one is Lost Lagoon ink and Lost Lagoon card...

Cherry Cobbler ink and card...

Just as I did with the set in yesterday's post, I also created the designs on Whisper White card too.

Challenges...
#90 AG at 613 Avenue Create
Christmas Come Early at Crafting When We Can
#37 AG at Crafting From The Heart

I'll be back tomorrow with one of today's completed designs, so please stop back then.

Hugs,
Em x

13 comments:

  1. Oh my word. How do you do it Em? Fab job with these cards. X

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    1. Thanks Lea! Because I'm doing so many for the event, I'm doing everything one step at a time so I don't forget where I'm up to lol x

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  2. Wowzers loving all of the colours and the fact you have made a start on your xmas cards. thanks for joining us at crafting from the heart x

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    1. Thanks Sonia. These aren't actually my personal Christmas cards, but are instead for an event I've got coming up x

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  3. Very nice! I like the CAS style & subtle bling you added!

    Thanks so much for playing along with us @ Crafting When We Can & hope to see you back for our No Designer Paper challenge!!!

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  4. Oooh those colours! Sending a virtual coffee into the studio Em! Vicky x

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  5. Fabulous Em hun love them and cannot believe how much work u get through hugs Judith x

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  6. These are fabulous CAS cards.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  7. Lovely color schemes and such a fabulous simple design ...works very well in different colors. Thanks for joining our challenge at Crafting From The Heart.

    Hugs from Finland,
    Eemeli {DT}

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  8. Wonderful cards and wow! 80?! You doing a great job on them all - love the vibrant colours!
    Lena
    xxx
    Lena’s Creations


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  9. Beautiful cards. Love the colors and the CAS design. Thank you for sharing with us at 613 Avenue Create this week.
    Cheers, Aurora

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I love to read your comments. Thanks for taking time to leave them!

Em xxx