Thursday, 24 December 2015

Krafty Christmas Cards and Merry Christmas!

 Here are my last few Christmas cards using the white ink on Kraft card technique, that Deby from Inkylicious has perfected.
I used the Inkylicious snowflake stencil and winter cabin stamp for the first two.
This next one was made with snippets using the Snowy trees stamps from Inkylicious. I used their fluffy puffy stuff for the snow.
This card is a single layer with a border of gilding flake.

Finally we have Meg's Christmas card. The deer, snowy trees and buzzard stamps are all from Inkylicious as is the fluffy puffy stuff.
Well, I am going to have a day of baking, so this will be my last post before boxing day is over. I'd like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you for all of you who follow, comment and keep me inspired with your gorgeous creations. I hope Christmas brings you everything you wish for and 2016 is full of peace, love and happiness for you and yours x


  1. A great selection of cards - I do like the 'white on kraft' techniques. Happy Christmas to you

  2. Love the cards! Happy baking - and have a wonderful Christmas.

  3. These are so lovely Sally.

    Happy baking!

    Sending you festive good wishes. Have a great time.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

  4. What beautiful!! stunning creations, Sally.
    Also wishing you a beautiful christmasday's and good 2016.

  5. Beautiful selection of cards Sally

    Have a very Happy Chrustmas

    Joan x

  6. I love all your beautiful cards here Sally, it really is a fabulous technique.
    Happy Christmas and best wishes for a happy and healthy 2016.
    Jean x

  7. Fab array of cards Sally, love that technique. Hope your Christmas day has been wonderful!
    Val x

  8. I love the white on kraft, my favourite has to be the tree but they're all gorgeous.
    Hope you had a lovely Christmas, and wishing you all the best for the New Year.

  9. Wow super, I love these cards very much , great design !!



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