Sunday 15 November 2009

Winter Wonderland - #25 St Nicholas

Our inspirational theme this week at Winter Wonderland is 'St Nicholas'.

We have two fabulous Guest DTs this week - Christine and Avril Ann is back with us again :o)

My DT cards this week were inspired by one created by the very talented Sarah-Jane. I absolutely love the one she created using one of my favourite Stampin' Up! Christmas sets, so I had to make something similar .......

All products listed are from Stampin' Up! unless otherwise stated.

Cardstock ......... Very Vanilla, Real Red, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip
Ink ............... Creamy Caramel, Old Olive
Pattern Papers .... Chocolate Chip DSP, Old Olive DSP
Stamp Set ......... Old-Fashioned Christmas
Other Products .... Real Red 1/4" and 5/8" Grosgrain, Bling dots from my stash

Don't forget to check out the other DT's fabulous creations this week!

Teri xx


Emma said...

Wow Teri - these are really classy - love how you've used the close up image on the band of the easel.

Joey said...

Hiya Teri hun,

these are GORGEOUS, I am loving the easel cards, pretty design of santa.

Powerful Search Engine said...

Love these so traditional and elegant hun. I am dying to try an easel card I will get one done this week I hope. Really love the simplicity of the images it works perfectly. Hope you are keeping okay.

Hugs Pascale

cardsandacuppa said...

Lovely job hun and thanks ever so for the mention, I would say though, we have inspired each other with this set, so right back to you, thanks :0)
Hugs Sarah-Jane xxx

Crystal said...

Teri WOW these are beautiful Holiday Easel Cards!!! Great work!!!

Lynda said...

These are both fabulous Teri - love the santa images.

Love Lynda xxx

Anonymous said...

Wow Teri,
I love the Easel cards. You did an amazing job . Love the traditional look , the colors and the bows. as always. perfection!
I wish we still had that set here.

cabio's craft corner said...

These are so very cute. Unlike the traditional Christmas cards. These are more fun & cheerful!!

simplyfairies said...

Ole St Nick himself would be pleased with these....