Setting the Scene… a Christmas Publication!

My apologies in advance, today’s post is a bit of a marathon.  I just want to share some cards that I had published with the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine for Christmas this year.

These first two cards were a stamper’s challenge using a sweet set from Clearly Besotted called ‘Set the Scene’.

Happy Holidays - Detail
Happy Holidays – Detail
Happy Holidays
Happy Holidays
Warmest Wishes - Detail
Warmest Wishes – Detail
Warmest Wishes
Warmest Wishes

And for the coordinating feature I used an October Afternoon set called Silent Night – Donnie & Blitz.

Season's Greetings - Bluebird - Detail
Season’s Greetings – Bluebird – Detail
Season's Greetings - Bluebird
Season’s Greetings – Bluebird
Season's Greetings - Deer - Detail
Season’s Greetings – Deer – Detail
Season's Greetings - Deer
Season’s Greetings – Deer

With only just over a week to go til the big day……    are you ready?


Warmest Wishes – Other Supplies:  Cardstock – Taffy.  Copics – R05. B000,02. T0.

Snow Globe – Other Supplies:  Small black Rhinestones. WRMK – 1/8″ Corner Chomper

Seasons Greetings – Other Supplies:   Prismacolor Pencils – White, Black, Goldenrod, Pink, Magenta, Cream, Powder Blue, Light Cerulean Blue, True Blue, Copenhagen Blue, Indigo Blue, Putty Beige, French Grey 50%, Dark Brown, Light Umber, Sepia, Beige, Sienna Brown.  Pink & Blue Rhinestones.

12 thoughts on “Setting the Scene… a Christmas Publication!

  1. Absolutely no apologies necessary Therese – you could post like that every day and I’d be happy:) They are all fabulous – congrats on the pubs. All so different and stunning in their own ways. How sweet that little deer is aaaw:) xx

  2. Therese – please do make apologies for so much loveliness 🙂
    Amazing card – love each and every one – CONGRATULATIONS!!!

  3. Congrats on your publications. That deer is sooo cute 🙂
    To answer your question not ready big day planned tomorrow as it is the last day I can shop without Ms 10. So Ms 19, Mr 16 & Ms 15 and their friends are coming shopping in the city to finish off – I hope.

  4. Such lovely cards, I especially love the last one with the reindeer. The deer looks kind of retro and the lights and design are quite modern, so it all goes perfectly together. Do you still get excited when your work is published??

  5. Congrats on another publication, Therese! Seems like this magazine loves you as much as we do 🙂
    I love every one of your cards, especially how you used your gems for Christmas lights…so clever!

  6. All are fabulous and very publication worthy! Congrats. My favourite is the little bird with the twine wreath. That is a very clever idea.

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