Monday, October 22, 2012

The Craft's Meow - Day One Previews!

Hello friends!  I am so excited that it is release time again at The Craft's Meow!  This month, there are 6 wonderful sets that are sure to help you with your holiday projects!

First up, I'm sharing a card that I made with Nina B's new set, Christmas Angel.  She's just lovely!
I started off with some patterned papers and stamped the verse from the set onto the background paper.  I die cut two ornaments and stamped the angel torso onto the smaller ornament and layered them onto the card.  I finished the card with a little bow.

My second card features Hearth and Home by Elizabeta Kushner and is full of traditional Christmas images and phrases including this wonderful hearth!
I kept this card on the simple side, stamping the hearth and the sentiment on cream cardstock using chocolate ink.  I colored some elements on the hearth and added some sequins and some Stickles for some shine.

I hope you're enjoying the first day of previews and don't forget to comment back on the TCM blog for a chance to win one of these sets!!  Thanks for visiting today and I'll see you back here tomorrow with a couple of whimsical sets by Mabelle R-O!

Card 1 Supplies:  Stamps (TCM), DP (MME), Cardstock - Vintage Cream (PTI), Riding Hood Red (SU!), Ink - Chocolate Chip (SU!), Tea Dye Duo (PTI), Dies (Spellbinders), Cuttlebug, Ribbon (my stash)

Card 2 Supplies:  Stamps (TCM), Copic Markers, Stickles, Rhinestones (Recollections), Sequins (Cartwright), Cardstock - Vintage Cream (PTI)


  1. Great work! I love how you used the angel on the ornament in the first card!

  2. Fab cards! The sparkles on those stockings is sooooo sweet!

  3. Jen, your cards are so pretty! I love your design on your angel card, and I'm loving your CAS Heart and Home card!!

  4. Beautiful cards, they really show the range in your card making!

  5. Hi, Jen!! Thank you so much for your warm welcome!! Your cards for Day 1 are so sweet! Love the angel ornament you fashioned for the first card, and your CAS approach to that fantastic fireplace is perfect. Can't wait to see what you've made for the rest of the release!


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