Archive for the '12 Days of CAS Christmas' Category

Dec 07 2013

Elegant Yuletide Greeting Tags – by Deborah Anton

This evening Deborah has one final post to share with us as a Guest Designer.  We loved having Deborah with us and so enjoyed her creations with the Anna Griffin products we carry.  (A link will be provided below to all her posts, just in case you missed them.)  And this evening Deborah is showing us some [...]

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Dec 06 2013

Webster’s Pages It’s Chrismas – by Judy Rozema

Today Judy does a wonderful job of showcasing a paper collection that I don’t believe we’ve used here yet, and what a fun one!  The collection is It’s Christmas designed by Allison Kreft for Webster’s Pages.  It is full of holiday vibrance with fun patterns and trendy motifs.  Judy’s card today is a no stamp creation, [...]

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Dec 05 2013

Tons of Tags – by Tricia Traxler

Tricia needed 14 tags for a group of elementary school children.  She was able to quickly make these up using just a Kaisercraft paper pad, Santa’s List, along with the coordinating die cuts and a bit of fun ribbon on each.  No stamping involved on this project.  Each tag is being attached to a bag of [...]

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Dec 04 2013

Christmas Cup of Tea – by Barb Schram

Barb has a wonderful gift idea to share this evening.  She has a favorite book she gives out often at Christmas time, A Cup of Christmas Tea by Tom Hegg.  This year she made little mini cards to coordinate with the book using a sweet stamp by Deep Red Cling Stamps and pretty Spellbinders dies [...]

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Dec 04 2013

Bauble Ornaments – by Robin Parker

Robin  joins us again today with two fabulous ornaments.  They are made using the Kaisercraft MDF board Bauble Ornaments.  Are you familiar with the Kaisercraft MDF board alterables?  They are favorites of ours.  They are good and solid, easy to work with and hold up year after year after year.  The Bauble Ornaments that Robin used [...]

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Dec 03 2013

Winter Wonderland – by Sheri Holt

Sheri created a quick and easy Winter Wonderland card for us today. And it is so striking in the blue and white — PERFECT colors for a snowy creation! Sheri used a Spellbinders embossing folder inked up with blue ink to achieve the letterpress look, added her Winter Wonderland sentiment from a JustRite stamp set and [...]

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Dec 02 2013

Peace – by Heidi Blankenship

Today is CYBER MONDAY! We have ALL Spellbinders dies and folders, ALL Christmas paper collections and the majority of our stamps ON SALE!!! Enjoy shopping — we have much to browse! Now on to our project for today.  Heidi shares an absolutely lovely Christmas card using beautiful papers from one of the Webster’s Pages Christmas collections, A [...]

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Dec 01 2013

3D Star Ornament – by Linda Duke

Quick Note:  For all of you Cyber Monday shoppers, our sale continues.  Check it out here. This evening we are sharing a project by Linda Duke — a very 3-dimensional ornament, using a star die set by Spellbinders. This is truly amazing!!!  The dimension is achieved by layering multiple stars and creasing on the points [...]

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Dec 01 2013

Winter Wonderland – by Darsie Bruno

Good Sunday morning, everyone!  We have a winter wonderland right outside our door.  Certainly puts one in the Christmas mood!  Steve brought the Christmas tree to church yesterday and we’ll have the Sunday School children decorate it today. It’s time to let all those annual Christmas traditions and festivities begin!  For Darsie’s project we are sharing [...]

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Nov 30 2013

Anna Griffin Winter Wonderland Sparkle

We have lots of pictures to show you today.  Deb created a “sparkly” Christmas card using the beautiful sheets from Winter Wonderland and a JustRite stamp set.  I had made a series of cards from this collection a month or so ago, so I figured this would be a good time to pull out my [...]

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