Friday, 26 March 2021

Christmas Candles

End of the month and time to add to my Christmas stash 

  • Stamped my candles with grey ink and watercoloured with Distress Inks, then fussy cut the image.  
  • Die cut the lattice frame in white for a contrast with the red card
  • Assembled the card and added Crystal Drops to the flames and red berries

Thanks for stopping by my blog   ---   have a Wonderful Creative day, cheers  

Card Recipe 
Stamps: STAMPlorations - Christmas Candles
Dies: Spellbinders - Diamond Effects
Inks:  Versafine - smokey grey, Distress Inks - candied apple, shabby shutters, mown lawn, squeezed lemonade, mustard seed
Other:  clear Nuvo Crystal Drops


  1. Such a Merry Christmas red! Well done Robyn and if I had any sense at all, I would start making some Christmas cards. But no, I am still on Easter!!
    Sandy xx

  2. love the lattice frame with your pretty candles ... so very glad you joined us for our Die Cut Fun at Jingle Belles.

  3. Hope a third time’s a charm! It’s my third attempt to leave a comment. 😂
    beautiful card with a fabulous colour palette. The

  4. This lovely card just pops with "Christmas" all over it! The grey stamping is an effective twist, your fussy cutting is flawless and, once again Ms. Robyn, you are the Queen of Red!

  5. Hi Robyn,
    Happy Rudolf Days.
    What a very wonderful card and I love your design.
    Your fussy cutting of the stamped candles and foilage is wonderful.
    Love that die cut around the edges too.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

  6. The grey ink sure gives a lighter, brighter looking card front! I like this look Robyn.
    So pretty!
    Thanks for taking part in the March Rudolph Days Challenge.

  7. that beautifully bold lattice is the perfect frame for your pretty candles! so pleased you could join our diecutting fun at JINGLE BELLES! :)


Thank you for taking the time to comment, all encouragement and inspiration is very welcome. May your day be a happy and extra special one, cheers Robyn