Monday, November 22, 2010

Not Necessarily

Red. Green. Gold.

These are the colors commonly associated with the Yuletide Season. But you know me; always wanting to be different. So, I thought to myself, "Why not pink?"

So, here's what a Pink Christmas looks like.

A glassine bag all dolled up with a tag, a ribbon and a glitterized mini wooden clothespin.


And if you feel the same please feel free to leave a comment. Your suggestions are most welcome as well.

Happy Monday!

Sunday, November 14, 2010


Today's share is a simple card with clean lines.

I love the simplicity of this stamp. I stamped the image on white background and used just enough red to get that Christmassy feeling. Then I added a couple of red crystals to highlight the fluidity and gracefulness of its antlers.

Well, that's it from me today. Thank you for dropping by.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Sparkles and Twinkles Holiday Kits

Hi crafting peeps! How's everybody? Well, I've been busy filling in the Christmas orders I've been getting and I have had no time to write in my blog. So sorry =( But please check out some of my for sale creations on Paperworks' Facebook page. Items are available in limited quantity so hurry up and place your orders.

My recent project are packaging kits that you can easily assemble and use for all your Christmas gift wrapping.

Each kit is filled with lots of sparkling goodies that you can put together or use separately. Here's a sample on how you can add a bit of twinkling personality to your gifts.

Store bought gifts are made more special because a little of your time and effort went into them and the recipient will surely take note of this.