February 28, 2013

The 12 Kits of Holidays--February 2013


Oh my heavens, what happened to February?!  This month has just flown by, and I can hardly believe it's time for another round of The 12 Kits of Holidays!  Check out the country-inspired Christmas kit that Renee sent us this month:


I actually struggled with this kit for a while because there was so much stuff to work with!  But I managed to get 4 cards done, and luckily have lots of supplies left to use later.  :)

Cardstock:  Papertrey Ink (Rustic White)
Patterned paper:  Echo Park (This and That Christmas)
Stamp:  Waltzingmouse (Yonder Star)
Ink:  Stampin' Up! (Real Red)
Tools:  Papertrey Ink (Parisian Doily die), WPlus9 (star dies)
Accessories:  My Favorite Things (buttons), Michaels (twine)

Cardstock:  Papertrey Ink (Rustic White, Pure Poppy, Dark Chocolate)
Patterned paper:  Echo Park (This and That Christmas)
Stamp:  Waltzingmouse (Woodenheart Alphabet, Yonder Star Background)
Ink:  Stampin' Up! (Real Red, Chocolate Chip)
Tools:  Papertrey Ink (Alpha Blocks die), pinking shears, corner rounder
Accessories:  My Favorite Things (button), Michaels (ribbon)


Cardstock:  Papertrey Ink (Rustic White, Dark Chocolate)
Patterned paper:  Echo Park (This and That Christmas)
Stamp:  Waltzingmouse (Yonder Star)
Ink:  Stampin' Up! (Real Red), Papertrey Ink (Chamomile tea dye)
Tools:  Memory Box (Deer Trio die), Sizzix (embossing folder), Spellbinders (label die), corner rounder



Cardstock:  Papertrey Ink (Rustic White, Dark Chocolate)
Patterned paper:  Echo Park (This and That Christmas)
Stamp:  Waltzingmouse (Yonder Star)
Ink:  Stampin' Up! (Real Red, Chocolate Chip)
Tools:  Waltzingmouse (Yonder Star cut files), pinking shears
Accessories:  My Favorite Things (button)


Keeping it short and sweet so you can visit the rest of the 12 Kits crew!

Joyce: Cards-by-the-Sea
Renee: ItsAPatchworkLife
Tracey: InMyCreativeOpinion
Sharron: OnPapillionWings
Jeanne: AKeptLife
Amy: Stamp-n-Paradise
Kim: CupcakesCardsandKim
Kara: KandRDesigns
Kelly: GinghamGirl
Jessica: The Paper Parade

Thanks for stopping by!

21 comments:

Alanna said...

These are all fabulous and it doesn't show that you struggled at all.

Diane - oliverdi@att.net said...

Christina your cards are fabulous! I said I was going to follow your lead and do a few Christmas cards each month, but here it is and I can't bring myself to think of snow at all! I'm sick of winter and just want SPRING to come! hugs.

Diane - oliverdi@att.net said...

Oooppsss forgot to say... LOVE the deer card the best, and I love the 'star' hillside. So clever and play on the words with your sentiment. hugs.

Jingle said...

You do such great layouts on your cards! Always fun and different. I love these!

Jeanne J said...

Look at you! 4 cards this time! Your cards always look so clean and well thought out Christina! I love all the contrast on the first - the red stripes next to the green, the bold sentiment and pretty bow on the second, your clever hills and snowy dot background with the deer, and that ric rac cut sentiment and your mad sewing skills!

Marybeth said...

Beautiful as always! Such a good idea to cut a bit of the doily off, love that idea and card.The star on that one almost looks like rusted tin or metal. Love the peace card ,beautiful work ,Christina!

Renee said...

Gorgeous...
all of them!!
You always do the most amazingly simple things but with the most astronomical results with these kits...
and you're stitching is incredible!
No favorite...you just always leave me inspired! :)

Shelley Germann said...

I love seeing your kit creations each month. They are all adorable!

Lea L. said...

These are fab! That brown snowflake ribbon from M's is one of my faves...I bought a ton of it a couple years ago!

Kara said...

gorgeous!! love all of the wonderful stitching details and the hills you created for the deer!!

Sharron said...

LOVE all yours cards--but I always do! You make the most wonderful designs! I especially love the PEACE card and the one with the deer. Great paper to use for the hills and perfect embossing for the background!

Joyce said...

Wow--you did a great job, and it doesn't look like you struggled one little bit. I love all the sewing you did--it's such a nice touch that I wish I could add myself. I think my favorite card is the rolling hills with the deer, but they are all really great.

Tracey McNeely said...

Christina your cards are beautiful. I am in awe of your sewing skills, always so perfect. What you did with the deer in the hills is fantastic, love the embossed background, just like snow.

KayM said...

All of your cards are just wonderful! Those sentiments are really cute! You did a beautiful job with this kit! I love the country look!

Kim Heggins said...

Christina, your cards are so beautiful. I can't even pick a favorite, they are so creative but the one with the deer and the embossed background, amazing!

Lisa Petrella said...

Wow! You were a busy crafting bee with this kit!!! Love the rustic feel of these creations!!!!

Kelly Griglione said...

TOTALLY swooning over those reindeer on the mini-print hills with the embossed snow falling. It's so fresh and different! You should have saved that one for the PC call : )

The Paper Parade said...

Oh Christina! The cards are so bold and beautiful this month :) I love the fun hills for the reindeer, and the first two peace cards? Wow! You are so talented my friend :)

Monika/Buzsy said...

What a pretty set of Christmas cards Christina. Love the papers and the lovely stamped images. Great jump start on this year's stash! :)

Amy Kolling said...

I'm just in LOVE with that first card......Love that you paired those 2 patterns together and layered that kraft doily to the side!!! Adding in the stars and the rule of 3's with buttons was a perfect touch!!! Fab card!!!

Bethany Stellpflug said...

Such pretty cards Christina! I love all the layers on the first one! And that bow on the 2nd one is lovely! And I really love the 3rd card! It's so sweet with those deer! And the last one is wonderful! I love the nordic look!

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