Sunday, December 13, 2009

Sierra's Christmas cards

This is the card Sierra (and I) made for her parents:

 Here is the inside of the card:

 The following pictures are of Sierra and the cards she made for Mommy & Daddy, Grandma Smith and Grandpa Smith.  Please excuse the dirty face and top which show remnants of breakfast, lunch and ink!

Sierra loves the Snow Swirled Stamp Set from Stampin Up and I might just get her the set.  She really loved the tree and snow flake stamps in the set.  She was more than happy to pose for me with the cards we made. I did most of the assembly but she did the majority of the stamping.  She told me that the next time I come over, I have to bring stamps, inks and paper.  I wonder if she will become a future Stampin Up Demo or Close to my Heart Consultant.

The kit we used is from Basic Grey - Eskimo Kisses.  Inks we used were Versa Color & Versa Magic from Tsukineko.  I just love the wide range of colours that they offer and have quite a few in my stash.

Thanks for stopping by!


Janet said...

Oh Oma, she's such a beauty and I just love her smile. What a great job on the card for her parents and grandparents - they are going to love them.

Frazzled Crafts said...

Great to see Grandma encourage kids - the two girls are little beauties - love the idea of you giving crafting goodies for Christmas! Liz x

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

what a fabulous card. and such a beautiful little girl too!


Jennifer E. said...

Oh my does she look happy or what!?!?!? I too love that set! Looks like you have a future stamping buddy on your hands! Have a great holiday!

Myrt said...

Sierra looks so happy and very pleased with her creation, which turned out lovely. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you and yours!

Beth Norman said...

What a darling card. Your daughter looks so happy. Getting her that set will make her so happy.

Beatrice said...

The cards are lovely and sweet photo's!

Anonymous said...

Tell Sierra is a living doll. The pictures are precious! Tell Sierra her card is beautiful. Merry Christmas Oma.