I don’t know what it is about circle cards, but I just love them. I started with a creamy white background and used a similar color to cut out all of the dies – the letters and poinsettia banner. I wanted the bunnies to stand out the most so I stamped them in dark gray. I added a little bit of watercolor to the leaves and flowers, added some white stitching with a pen and some little pearl dots.

Happy Christmas everyone!

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
5097-D Snow bunny down
5098-D Snow bunny up
5099-D Snow bunny sits

tanya-tooth page

We’re taking a little Christmas detour today featuring Tanya next book page.  She says “It is a tribute to all the loose teeth in our home over the last couple of years.”

Tanya writes:
I stamped Fairy Blossom as the tooth fairy in gold then stamped over in black.  It gives a bit of a blurry effect, as I wanted to leave her a bit of a mystery.  As is the real Tooth Fairy!

I put a tooth holder on this page, and a toothbrush and toothpaste charm.  The Background images are from Flow magazine, they always put tags and such in their magazines for us to use, so I used the building ones to make it look like Blossom was flying over the roof tops.

Isn’t this just wonderful! The little clouds, stars and houses. And my goodness that tooth!!

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1157-E Fairy Blossom as the Tooth Fairy

Aren’t they the cutest. My friend Wendy made these and she really outdid herself. She’s making tags for Christmas packages. She colored all the images in using her Copic markers. She added some fun washi tape, glitter all over the place and finished things off with the snowflakes and jingle bells.

wendy-sledding2 wendy-sledding-ethan

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1180-G Ethan & Oliver pup snowy saucer fun
1181-F Little Jeffrey in his saucer
1182-F Little Michele in her saucer

monica-lamp postMonica made this lovely little winter wishes card. It’s glitzy with the gold and sparkles, but in an oh-so-sweet-Monica-way. She used the light post stamp and cut it out and used foam squares so that it stood away from the background. I think this might be one of the few cards that doesn’t feature a signature little Monica heart.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
6023-E Light post in winter

monica-mr whoMonica’s been making the cutest little thank you and just for you notes. She used Mr. Who and sat him on the little word strips. Sweet little scallops for the edges, a couple of pearls and her signature heart. Wouldn’t you just love to get a wee note in your mailbox.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
5067-D Mr. Who (owl)

wendy-hot cocoa detail wendy-hot cocoa

Look at these adorable hot cocoa pouches my friend Wendy made! Inside is a pouch of instant hot chocolate mix. I just love all the details – the sparkly glitter, the string, snowflakes and little jingle bell. She did a wonderful job coloring too – the shadows in blue really make it feel wintery. Wendy said these would make great stocking stuffers…but I don’t think I can wait that long!

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
1112-K Snowman

monica-christmas row

Here’s a wonderful project from Monica. She used the Christmas row stamp and actually layered something in all the little squares! I can’t believe she cut all those little pieces out – especially the stockings. I love her color choices and the polka dot background that holds it all together. She added some sweet wintery jewels, a little glitter on santa’s suit and of course her signature hearts.

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
9068-L Christmas row

tanya-christmas is coming2

Here’s another version of the the Christmas is coming card from Tanya. Look how different it looks changing the background papers! I love all the layers, the punch that looks like a notebook paper edge, the string and clear dots. And I think she found the perfect music paper – It’s Christmas time in the city! Just wonderful!

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
1202-J Christmas is coming! (elf with newspaper)

tanya-christmas is coming


Here’s a fabulous Christmas card from Tanya – just look at all those Christmasy layers! I just love the one that looks like shops – it really makes it seem as though he’s running through the streets saying “Christmas is coming!” She said the card wasn’t too difficult to put together, but doesn’t it look like it was.

And stay tuned, she made another card using the Christmas elf that’s just as fun!

Eat Cake Graphics stamp used:
1202-J Christmas is coming! (elf with newspaper)


I just love little wintery scenes. Brrrrrr. I started with the sleigh and cut out all of the pieces – snowflakes, letters and swirls not exactly knowing what it was going to look like in the end. I had a piece of blue paper that had little snow dots and thought that would make the perfect backdrop. I stamped the snowflakes in the background and embossed them with glittery embossing powder. I would have liked to spell out “thru” but didn’t have enough room so I had to improvise. :)

The little landscape die is by Impression Obsession, the little snowflakes and swirl are by Memory box.

Happy Christmas everyone!

Eat Cake Graphics stamps used:
8093-K Sleigh ride
7060-E Snowflake flurry

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