Monday, October 15, 2007

Getting some done

I made the first card because I wanted to work with the noble deer and saw a card that was perfect so I CASEd it :) I had similar Basic Grey paper to what she used and but I had to change some of the rest. I ran out of room to do the sentiment like in the original so I used a Cuttlebug tag. I hope it doesn't look out of place!

The second one I am experimenting with Christmas cards for the Craft Sale. Do you think this one would sell? I am trying to do some with non-traditional colors or colors other than red and green. I had this stamp from last year, I had to get it because it is my favorite Christmas Carol - Oh Holy Night! The colors for the card stock are river rock, night of navy and artichoke. I used rub-on metallic gold on the edge, river rock double stitch ribbon and some gold eyelets and brad.

I am going to give away some blog candy! A lot of people do this but I never have. I would like to do it because I have some many loyal readers now I want to give something for it! So I am thinking up what might be a nice giveaway and I will announce it later this week.


Anonymous said...

Look at you go girl! blog candy and all..hehehe.. I think your HOOKED! love he cards and the non traditional xmas.. I always dig those the best!

Cheryl said...

Love these cards, too!! That is a great masculine card. That is a wonderful Christmas Carol. I think it would sell but you won't know for sure until you try it and see.

Yay, blog candy!! Now I am curious.

Take care, Lori.

papersunshine said...

Thanks Mindi, I know hooked is inevitable! Cool, thanks for the feedback! Cheryl thank you so much! You keep me going :) Working on the blog candy thing, got to come up with something good!

Anonymous said...

Manly? YES! But I like it too! hehehe Love the colours and I think ALL your goodies are going to sell...but you already know I think that! : )

Christmas is comin'...not that many days now...I think we are at 68 more sleeps! (but who is counting? LOL)


papersunshine said...

Thank you Donna! 68 or less, wow!