Thursday, 3 December 2009

Swaps.

Remember that sneak peak I gave you back in October .... You know the one of the Christmas Card Swap over on ILWS. Well the cards are on their way back to us, so I can now reveal my cards as everyone in the swap should have received theirs by now :O)


As soon as I saw this stamp set in the new catalogue (way back in October) I knew that I HAD to have it, and I knew I had to create one of these Gap cards with it!


Recipe.

Stamps: Spotlight on Christmas
Cardstock:
Old Olive, Real Red, Whisper White
DSP: Merry Moments
M
ediums- Real Red, Summer Sun, Old Olive
Tools - Paper cutter and scorer, 2-way glue pen, Snail adhesive, Punches: Scallop Edge, Scallop Oval, Large Oval, Star, 5-petal flower, 1-3/8 & 1-3/4 Circle.

We only created card fronts for the card swap, the card looks sooo much better with a back, but I can't for the life of me find my sample, will have to make another and photograph it to show you.

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7 comments:

Teri said...

Ohhh Dawn .... really like this! Never heard of a 'gap' card before, but love the idea ... thanks for sharing!

Teri xx

MONICA GALE said...

Oooh I LOVE those cards Dawn, you are soooo clever. it was great meeting you today and Mick today big hugs xxx

Sara said...

Congratulations on joining us on the Stamp With Us Design Team Dawn. I loved your entry and I'm always over here browsing your blog anyway.

This gap card is fantastic. I love it, I've got the stamp set and I'm gonna have to have a go. Hope you don't mind if I CASE it.

Sara xx

simplyfairies said...

Fabulous, I love it...
and well done on your DT WELCOME ABOARD...

Bekka said...

Congratulations on making the SWU design team Dawn - its great to have you aboard. Your cards are always stunning and I am looking forward to seeing what you do with the challenges.

I hope you had a wonderful time with Monica

Have a fantastic day

Bekka
x

Becki said...

What a fab idea! I love these cards - never seen anything like them before!

Hugs,

Becki
x

Merry said...

Oh wow...these cards are so clever.

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