Christmas Cards in August!

Card Mistletoe Collection Kaisercraft 
It was workshop day yesterday down at the Stamp Attic making Tea Bag Trio sets with the petty Botanical  Tea papers by Graphic 45. Here's most of the group and their crafty makes.  Thanks Wendy for inviting me back to the shop and ladies for coming along and having a fun time. It was lovely to see some new faces too:-) 
This months DT box from Jones Crafts was packed with papers, collectables from the Mistletoe Collection  an August Kaisercraft release now available to retailers from Jones.  The papers are full of bold patterns, bright colours and have a really modern feel to them.   I love the mix of printed and speciality papers and the collectables are really fun to work with.  The ask was for cards, and here they are:
It's a 5am start tomorrow morn so I'm going to head off to bed.  Enjoy the rest of your eve thanks for calling by:


  1. These are really cute and look at the smiles on all the ladies faces!!! What a fun time!! Oh lord why do you have to have a 5 a.m. start??? I want to make this tea caddy one of these days!!! Anyway love the projects as always, we will catch up one of these days and have a good chat!! Take care.

  2. Gorgeous cards (how brilliant are those skates!) and it looks like the workshop was a great success. x

  3. Morning Clare, Wow 5am !! you just beat me today haha. I love your piccies, the ladies enjoying every minute of your workshop, and the fabulous, fabulous, cards, gorgeous !!
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

  4. I was awake at %am but didn't get out of bed until an hour later. Hope you had a good journey . The workshop looked great and what a lovely change to see such brightly coloured papers on your Christmas cards. I bought 3 new Christmas stamps yesterday and am off to have a play with them this afternoon. Take care. Love Pauline A xx

  5. My goodness, this paper collection brought me right back to the 1950s here in the USA! The patterns and colors just remind me of that time in my life. Lovely! Love the addition of the red gingham bow. Celebrate Christmas all year round!