Friday, July 18, 2008

CAS Lizzie Anne Designs

Happy Friday, All! Today I have a couple of CAS cards that I made with the new Silent Night, and Holiday Script sets from Lizzie Anne Designs. If you're like me, there is always a crunch time when making Christmas cards. I thought these sets were especially good for mass producing beautiful cards. I kept the bulk to a very minimal for mailing purposes.

Silent Night


The dry embossing was done with my Square Nesties. I used gold detail embossing powder for the heat embossing. (click image for a better view).

Holiday Script


This card uses some pretty paper from the Figgy BasicGrey collection. The red is the new Riding Hood Red from SU, and shows much brighter than it actually is. (I need to work with my photo editing software more).


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Card details:

Nativity--
Stamps: Silent Night
Card Stock: White (PTI)
Ink: VersaMark
Accessories: Square Nestabilites, gold detail embossing powder & heat tool, A Muse Twinkle Sticker

Holiday Script--
Stamps: Holiday Script
Card Stock: Riding Hood Red, Soft Sky, White, Figgy (BasicGrey)
Ink: Riding Hood Red
Accessories: May Arts ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals

23 comments:

fran said...

The gold is gorgeous! One of my favorite looks! And the other is so festive - cute paper!

Lauren said...

These are fabulous Rose Ann. I really love the understated elegance of the nativity card.

Velta said...

Amazing how beautiful a "simple" card can be so stunning! LOVE BOTH Rose Ann :)

Dawn Easton said...

Gorgeous cards Rose Ann! Love the clean and simple look!!

Deb said...

absolutely beautiful, the gold on the white is stunning and love the stamp and paper on the second!

"Lizzie" said...

These are gorgeous!

Diane said...

Beautiful work Rose Ann!! Have a
wonderful weekend!

joslyn said...

these are both great, i love a simple card with a big punch.

Cambria Turnbow said...

ELEGANT!! Totally elegant! Love your samples all week babe!

Melissa said...

Awesome job Rose Ann!

Many Blessings,
M.

Stephanie said...

Christmas in July how fun

Alexandra said...

WOW!! Fabulously gorgeous Rose Ann! Love the elegance of that first one!! And, the colors on the second one are wonderful - love them both, my friend!!! Have a wonderful weekend - *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

My Paper World said...

Both are very beautiful Rose Ann! xx

Meridith Anne said...

LOVE these Rose Ann! As always, you rock!

Janine said...

These are both so pretty!! I love the first one though!

peanutbee said...

These are great, Rose Ann! The first is so clean and elegant and the second so fun. Great idea to get hoppin' on the Christmas cards!

dpkennedy said...

These are both so nice! I love the simple elegance of the gold embossing! The card with the Figgy paper is bright and cheery but still simple-I love it!

Angel W said...

Ooh... a new color from SU? I haven't seen those listed anywhere. What are they?
I LOVE your Christmas cards. Especially the first one. Do you use a Cuttlebug to emboss with your Nestabilities? I don't get a very deep embossment. What's the trick? :-) Sorry to bombard you with ????s. HUGS!

Kristine said...

GREAT cards, Rose Ann!! LOVE the nesties ;0) I'm starting to get anxious about Christmas cards already. I have no idea what to do?!! Guess I should head on over to Lizzie Anne, huh? LOL!! Duh!

Deborah said...

Lovely nativity card! Love the paper and the saying on the second card! Have a good weekend! Hugs, Deb

musingsofanaddict said...

Stunning, Rose Ann! Just stunning!!

Bethany Paull said...

The gold and white is so elegant! Perfect.

Leslie Miller said...

I love those non-bulky cards you can just slip into an envelope and not have to worry about. These are not only non-bulky, they're beautiful! Good luck with the Christmas cards this year!