Friday, 2 August 2013

More Sharing

I wanted to stop by and share a few more of my CHA samples.  I had so much fun making them and hope they will give you some inspiration for your future holiday creations.

As a past skater, the large and small skate dies just called to me!  I knew I had to incorporate them into a project where they were the focal point.  I used die cut grunge board from the new vintage market die and trim from ideology.  I can't wait to get this back to hang over the holidays.


 Next up is a stand alone holiday piece using the new Merriment paper. I absolutely love this piece of paper(not to mention the whole pad) but also made another card using this piece that I will show tomorrow.  I wanted to draw attention to the focal point without taking away from it by adding too much.  I didn't get a photo before sending them off of the back but I mounted this to a piece of painted chipboard to give it stability and used two of small easel chipboard die cuts so it can stand alone in just that perfect place.  These trees are so fun to work with and ink like a dream.  I clipped the back of this one in order for it to stand flat against the project which also gives a place glue.  New cord, tissue tape, mirror stars and remnants rubs complete this project.

A few shots from the show (Thanks M and Scraptime for the use of your photos)...


Personally, I love creating for the holidays and can't wait to do more.  This release and seeing all the wonderful samples by amazing people has got my creative soul charged.  I will be back with a few more samples tomorrow.  Make sure you check out Inspiration Emporium and pre-order all the new goodies, remember to use ink&flour and receive 10% off your purchase. Have a great Friday! h

10 comments:

  1. Very pretty!! TFS Heather. :D
    Dolly

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  2. love those skates Heather!!!! and that card is beautiful! love touch of white rub ons!

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  3. Know how much skating means to you and am sure we will see more projects using the skate dies.Great job Heather and waiting to see more. Love Mom

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  4. Really like the projects,especially the skates.great ideas you have.

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  5. Heather all the samples that you created for Ranger are so beautiful. The skates look like a fun die - snow, ice and cold are such a baffling concept to me here in my all-year-warmth part of the world - so the skates are like a lovely curiosity for me to marvel at.

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  6. Awesome samples! Love the skates and the tree on the canvas! They were displayed so beautifully!

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  7. I am so happy I came upon your blog. It is nice to connect another person to the fabulous TH booth. I'm not usually a holiday kind of scrapper, but now I am thinking I need to make a few Christmas minis! Thank you for sharing your beautiful talent.

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  8. By the way--love, love, love what you did with the ice skate die. Takes me way back to my youth.

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