Saturday, 10 September 2016

Casing Christmas Cards

I am sharing several Christmas cards that I made last year. Two of the cards were cased from two very talented Artisan designers for Stampin Up. Both ladies make such beautiful inspiring cards and I enjoy visiting both their blogs on a regular basis.

The one below was cased from Connie Collins. I made some slight changes to the colours, pattern paper, sentiment and the centre of the flower, but the overall design is the same.

This card was cased from Steffi Helmschrott. It is a very simple card and I kept all the elements the same. There is no translation button on Steffi's blog, so sometimes it is a little hard to work out what she has done for her complicated cards.

The next three cards were all cased from Mary Fish. She is known in the Stampin Up world for creating lovely simple designs.


Sandra H said...

Simply gorgeous cards x

Marianne B in AZ said...

Your cards are all so pretty! It was the one a with the jumping deer I saw on Stampin Connection, in a blog post above, that made me come looking.

I wanted to mention I don't have to look for a translate button on foreign language blogs. I know several of the blogs say something about using Google Translate if you need to. I don't know if it is because I am using Chrome, or why. But, when any language other than English comes up, I am asked if I want Google to translate it for me. If I remember correctly, Steffi is in Germany, and German does not really translate well. I am often not able to figure out directions, even when I have it translated. So, if I am correct that she is in Germany, you aren't really missing out by not being able to see a translation 😉