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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

More Holiday cards and another school project

Its never ending - the Holiday card production. .... I finally sent out all the cards that go overseas and started to send cards within the US. Only a couple of days left...Here are some other "works" of mine. the first batch I made with the Sizzix Alterations Snowflake embossing folder and  a Hero Arts sentiment (Merriest Wishes)

The second set is just another take on a card I made earlier, just played around with different colors. The tree stamp is from Outlines stamps, the sentiment is Hero Arts. Embellished with Stickles and Perfect Pearls, the  star punch is from Michaels

Here is another one of my sons school project he choose to do a timeline about JJR Tolkien - he is a big fan and we just saw "The Hobbit". It was fun making it. Especially those little books we made - used the Lord of the Rings for the inside pages - we had an old volume, that was falling apart.

1 comment:

Virginia L. said...

Beautiful snowflake card, Cornelia! Love the shading and use of sentiment for the first card! Thanks for sharing your son's love of Hobbit. My DD is a BIG fan and already saw the movie! (she read all the books when she was in Grade 5!)