I’m sad to say this is my last video in my 2016 Same but Different Christmas Card Series for this year. And for my final set of cards I’ve gone with a theme, and today we are ‘Keeping it Warm’.
I was asked to create some ‘warm weather’ cards because you may have guessed that I live in Australia and typically our weather is hot at Christmas. And I know crafter’s that struggle with the concept of snow flakes on Australian Christmas cards, yes, Linda I’m talking about you lol. This is also the lady you can blame for me starting my own blog and submitting for publications, I feel very lucky to call her a friend and an inspiration.
You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.
Thanks so much for all your support and encouragement, I have thoroughly enjoyed creating this series and I hope that you may have been inspired along the way too. I still have a few more Christmas shares before ‘C’ Day so I look forward to seeing you again real soon, Hugs
Other Supplies: TAWS (retired) – Sea Mates / Gill-friend / Cha Cha Cha. Hero Arts (retired) – Holiday Sayings. Avery Elle (retired) – Surf’s Up. Copic Markers – 0 / C1 / T0 / W2 / YG00,03 / R02,05,11,14,22 / RV00,02,04 / B000,21 / BG11,13 / V12 / Y13,17,21 / YR04,18 / E000,00,11,25,31,33,50,53. Prismacolor pencils – Sandbar Brown / Warm Grey 20% / French Grey 70%.
22 thoughts on “Video : 2016 Same but Different Christmas Card Series – No 6 – Keeping it Warm!”
You are an inspiration!
Love your fun cards!
😍 I think these are perfect for folks like me who live in Florida too. So cute!
Woooohooooo! Yaaay yaaay yaaaay! LOVE them❤️They are so cute Therese – especially enjoyed Santa in his Hawaiian shirt lol. Great job and inspiration for our Aussie Christmases. Xx
Really CUTE cards, Therese! I love them all…especially the palm tree with the ornament 🙂
What fabulous cards, Therese! The snow should not define Christmas (especially when there wasn’t any in Bethlehem that night). I love each one of these and the clever way you converted the stamps for the theme. Thanks for this wonderful series, I really enjoyed watching them all!
Fantastic Aussie Christmas cards….love them all……I think stamp companies need to come out with Christmas stamp sets for countries who don’t have cold weather at this time…coz not everyone is as creative as you are Therese…I really want to make cards like yours for next Christmas…
Oh these are so so fun Therese!
Therese you have outdone yourself again. Your imagination is wonderful, I love all of these so perfect for us here in Australia..
I love, love, LOVE your videos! Thank you for sharing your talent with us.
those cards are awesome – so fun – wishing you a wonderful Christmas Time
Love all your videos and these are right up there at the top. Great work. I just am so impressed with your talent.
What a fantastic set of delightfully fun cards. I have thoroughly enjoyed this series of cards. Wishing you a Christmas and New Year filled with good health and happiness. Have a wonderful day. Cheers Donna Z 🙂
Oh wow these are so fun! Thanks so much for the inspiration! As a fellow Aussie it is good to see some summer inspired Christmas cards.
Brilliant idea, Therese … and such cute and fun cards … so perfect for your yummy Christmas weather … not a chill thing in sight … sigh … blissful! Hugs, Anita 🙂
These are so much fun, Therese. Maybe you should design some warm Christmas stamps. One year when my youngest two sons were in their teens they decorated my gingerbread men with Hawaiian shirts and surfer shorts.
Oh, these are so fun and awesome!
YOu have mastered the warmth theme here! Having lived in So. California for many years I understand the warm Christmas even though it technically is winter time. Nothing like 70 degrees on Christmas Day.
I’m with Linda. I can’t bring myself to make snowy Christmas cards – it just seems wrong! Even critters wearing scarves seem a bit weird but I can’t resist the critters… Anyway all of these are absolutely brilliant but I am especially enamored with the fish and the cactus. 🙂
These are just so fun! I love them all. I have loved your series, but this one has been my favourite! I wish I had your ideas. I struggle to create one card most of the time, let alone 6 at a time. You are a clever cookie!
I know these have been around for awhile, but I just found them on Pinterest. And they are Brilliant!
So happy you are here and enjoyed these!