Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Inkadink Christmas Card set

Inkadinkado has designed a fabulous new Christmas set called Holiday Greetings. It has a variety of images and sentiments, which are great for *mass production* of Christmas cards. For this set, all I used was two doubled-sided pieces of dp (Vagabond - Kaisercraft), Kraft, and Neenah Natural White cs. I achieved 6 similar, yet different, looks with a minimal amount of time. I changed each up with the way I sewed, and by adding a bow or button, and each image is colored with copics and/or has some Glitter added to it with my Quickie Glue Pen. I also ink distressed the images with Antique Linen (Ranger Distress), to give it a more vintage feel. That's it.

eta: Blogger really messed up my card order. In my edit program, my cards are in rows of two. I tried to fix it, but to no avail. Sorry for the scraggly look of this post.

Here's each Individual card:


































Supplies:

Stamps: Holiday Greetings (Inkadinkado)
Paper: Vagabond (Kaisercraft), Kraft (Prism), Neenah Natural White
Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento), Antique Linen (Ranger Distress)
Accessories: Copics, Rectangle Scalloped Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Border Punch (EK Success), Ribbon (Making Memories and SU!), Buttons (Making Memories), Glitter, Quickie Glue Pen, Dimensional Tape, Sewing Machine, Twine




































Thanks for Stopping by!
Happy Stamping!!

20 comments:

Betty Wright said...

GASP!!!! These are all so gorgeous, Tosh!!! I just love the colors and patterns, and your images, coloring, and detailing are stunning!!! Beautifully done!!!

StampOwl said...

gorgeous cards Tosh .... so how many more do you have to do ;)

Sue a/k/a MOUSEMOM40 said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

nise said...

Oh MY!!! These are just darling! Incredible choice of colors and I LOVE that layout! I have this year's cards all planned, but I might be able to pull something THIS cool off for next year. Of course, I can't sew, so they could only be a "sorta" CASE. Fantastic job, Tosh!!

Michelle (Lady2cu) said...

I love what you've done with that stamp set, and your color and dp selection is perfect! Great cards, Tosha! I love them all!

Loretta said...

Okay, this is a magnificent way to take a nice bite outta the Christmas card quota! These are amazing, Tosh!

Norine said...

so pretty love the vintage look
Hugs
Norine

Mothermark said...

Talk about gorgeous! What a wonderful set!

Gabriela said...

OMW - at this rate you'll be finished with your Christmas cards by Labor Day! This vintage set is truly special.

Joan Ervin said...

WOWWEE!!!!! What a fabulous group of Christmas cards, Tosh!!!!! Love your colors, papers, sewing, layouts, details...everything is absolutely gorgeous!!!!!!

Ida P. Krause said...

Wow what a fabulous group of cards. They are all so pretty.

dpkennedy said...

Oooooooohhhhhh! These are soooo pretty! I literally made and held the above Ooooooohhhh while I looked at all of your cards! Yes, I did!!! I LOVE the paper you used and your layout! Each one is so pretty and elegant! Awesome Tosh!

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Ooooohhhhh, these are so pretty! I LOOOOOVE the papers!!

Julia Aston said...

Oh my Tosh! these pretty stamps look terrific mounted on these wonderful DP's! I just love the colors of them all - what a super set of Christmas cards!!

Suzanne J Dean said...

Oh they're lovely Tosh--so pretty! I'm repeating to myself that I DO NOT need anymore stamps, LOL (but I want)!!

hugz,
Suzanne

Grace said...

Thud! Tosh this set is incredible! I just love the dsp you used! Your sewing is so gorgeous and every little detail is perfect! Wow on this set gf!!!

Gail's Card Cafe' said...

Great cards Tosh! I love the color combo!

Lena Katrine said...

These cards are simply georgeous! I love the delighful colours and simple layout! Just beautiul!

Rose Ann said...

Fabulous set of Christmas cards, Tosh!! The papers are so pretty, and I love the your adorable images, and fantastic stitching!!

Conniecrafter said...

these are all very cute, great design!

 
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