Thursday, October 11, 2012

Christmas Inspiration: Day 4




It's Friday eve!  Woohoo!  A quick post today...three more Christmas cards to share with you.  First is a card inspired by Heather Campbell's card on p. 27 of Holiday Cards & More.  I love the way she create the poinsettia's from the PaperSmooches reflection set.


I love everything that Cristina Kowalcyk designs.   Her cards in Holiday Cards & More were no exception.  This card is inspired by her card on page 18.

On this card..I used vellum for the hills.  The vellum treatment was inspired by the tags that Tina Basa created on page 90.  And that wraps up this week's Christmas inspiration!  I hope you've seen a few things that you like this week!

Be sure to stop by tomorrow for another CAS-ual Fridays challenge...and hmmm...there is some fun brewing there too!  Check out the badge on the top right of my blog!  Can't wait to share CAS-ual Fridays "little sister" with you soon!

25 comments:

  1. Gorgeous cards Lynn! Love the layouts and winter themes!

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  2. Love the pops of red...and really love the last card...one of my fav color combos!

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  3. Love these cards Lynn! I love your take on the poinsettias using Reflections! And those trees- beautiful!

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  4. All three of these are gorgeous Lynn... I never even thought of the PS stamps as stylised Poinsettias!!!
    Jenny x

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  5. You are crankin' out the Christmas cards! They are so simple sweet!

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  6. Lynn, it's been a wonderful week on your blog! Love these three, pretty cards! That last one is stunning - I adore that tree! :)

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  7. Love all three cards.

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  8. Love them all :) Vellum snow is fabulous, the red berries on teh second just pop and the flowers are fabulous. Well done times three.

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  9. oh, another fabulous red carpet line up! Love the bling in the poinsettia centers, the colour combo of sand and red and the softness of the vellum! Wow! So much eye candy this week!

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  10. I struggle with CAS and your cards are very inspiring!!!!TFS!

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  11. More fantastic cards Lynn--you are a Christmas rock star! I love that PS stamp set, I need to get it.

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  12. These are gorgeous, Lynn! Happy recipients, all!

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  13. I love seeing how you interpret some of the beautiful designs in this holiday issue. The poinsettias are especially pretty!

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  14. I love all your cards!

    On the last one-is the tree a stamp? HOw did you create it?

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  15. Lynn, I'm just catching up with all your millions of posts that I missed. I just love all your Christmas cards. I'm so glad that you keep cranking out so many gorgeous creations. Hope all is well.

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  16. i agree, cristina is awesome, but so are you!

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  17. You are on a roll...love them all!

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  18. I just picked up this issue at Michaels today and now I'm really excited to get looking at it! All this inspiration you mention, and I love the cards you created! Love the neat poinsettias...I have that set and didn't think poinsettia, but I love it! Then I love the berries on the stick trees, and the last card is stunning!

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  19. These are fantastic, Lynn! You've been a busy girl! LOVE it!

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  20. Oh so love seeing you inspired by other designers! :> Great cards! I really like the vellum hills!

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  21. Beautiful cards, Lynn! You must have way more cards made for the season than me!
    That final card really caught my eye with your awesome use of vellum!
    Hugs!
    x

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  22. Thanks for the shout-out, Lynn. I could say the same thing about you, you know. :) You always serve up CAS perfection.

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  23. ALL are pretty but I ADORE that last one with the tree and the polka dots and the vellum! WOW!

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  24. Triple yumminess! I think you are the queen of the PS Reflections set! Are those Verve stamps on the second card? Love the trees. And the vellum hills on the third card rock!

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