This month's beautiful kit was created by our very own Christina of Sea Glass and Sentiments. Boy did she send SOOO much stuff! I seriously could have made at least 3-5 more cards, but I stopped because of our new monthly addition that you'll learn more about at the end of this post.
Did you just happen by and have no idea what the 12 Kits of Christmas is? Well check out my first blog post in January, here, which explains all the details. Now on to the cards!
So I actually have 3 favorites this month! Both bird cards, and the one with the red bow and branch. This was such a great kit to work with, Christina!
And a new addition to our monthly cards...a Case! Everyone has a lot of supplies left over from other kits and decided that it would be fun to case a card from one of the other members each month. (I have to start saving some more supplies, now!). So for my first Case, I chose this card from Christina:
Now I didn't have the woodgrain impression plate, so I used some Amuse woodgrain paper. I also didn't have another red window cut out, so I used green, and used my own embossing folder for the snow which was slightly different from her's, but you get the idea ;) Thanks for such a great card for inspiration, Christina!
Want to know the ingredients to all these wonderful crafty goodies? Here is a supplies list:
Cardstock: Stampin' Up! (Riding Hood Red, Old Olive), Papertrey Ink (Vintage Cream)
Patterned paper: Authentique (Wonder)
Stamps: Waltzingmouse (Big Bloom Poinsettia, Vintage Labels 18), Hero Arts (Big Pine Bough), Inkadinkadoo (Holiday Words--tree), Practicing Creativity (Retro Christmas--candy cane stripes), WPlus9 (Poinsettia Patterns, Winter Wishes--sentiments), Papertrey Ink (Fresh Alphabet)
Ink: Stampin' Up! (Riding Hood Red, Old Olive), Memento (Tuxedo Black)
Tools: Spellbinders (Labels 18 dies), Memory Box (Perched Reed Bird, Twigs & Berries dies), PTI (Photo Finishers Dies)
Accessories: Etsy (ivory seam binding), AC Moore (red satin, olive stitched ribbon), May Arts (twine), Queen & Co. (Twinkle Goosebumps, pearls), Bazzill (paper leaves)
Now that you've seen all that I've created, please head on over to the other girls' blogs to check out their creativity!
Marybeth: Marybeth's Time for Paper
Jessica: The Paper Parade