Sunday, December 6, 2015

Deck The Halls

I've long been a fan of the stickers and embellishments by K & Co. My local JoAnn store carried a gorgeous assortment, and I stocked up. When I recently went to buy some more, to my chagrin...they are GONE. They still carry a few by K & Co., but nothing that suits me. They don't even carry 'em on their website anymore. My heart broke a little. ;-)

The card below uses a puffy, glitter-filled sticker and holly border die cut by you-know-who, a golden doily, some pretty patterned papers from Anna Griffin, and sequins from Pretty Pink Posh....and it was done! 


Paper: patterns - Calisto - Anna Griffin; River Rock - Stampin' Up! Accessories & Tools: gold doily - Wilton; puffy sticker, holly border die cut- K & Co.; gold sequins - Pretty Pink Posh  

The next card has a more vintage flair. It started with a sweet little vintage embellishment, given to me from a friend. The old-fashioned image of children on a sled, surrounded by wine-colored frame encrusted with glitter and topped with a mini clothespin, was my starting point. Then I added a striped die cut frame, another golden doily, chipboard numbers from Girls' Paperie, and poinsettia stickers from...K & Co.


I used a piece of text-y patterned paper from My Mind's Eye behind it all.


Feels good to be blogging on a Saturday morning. :-)
Enjoy your day!!



Paper: Handsome Hunter, Sahara Sand - Stampin' Up!; text -  Lost & Found Union Square - My Mind's Eye Ink: Frayed Burlap, Old Paper - Ranger Fibers: twine - May Arts
Accessories & Tools: vintage embellishment - a friend; poinsettia stickers - K & Co.; gold doily - Wilton; striped frame die cut - Bo Bunny; chipboard numbers - Girls' Paperie

4 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are just simply gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

~Tammy~ said...

GORGEOUS! Both are stunning!!!!!!! Hope you are doing well!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Your gold doilies are beautiful~

Lisa said...

Love the vintage feel these have Colleen and the gold doily is beautiful!! So sorry about your K & C stickers. It's sad to see something we love to craft with become unavailable and all of the specialty stamp/scrapbook stores close their doors. Online shopping is okay, but in person is BETTER!!

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