Monday, August 17, 2009

The HUGE JustRite Blog Hop!!!

Hello Everyone!!!! Welcome to this huge Christmas Blog Hop!!!! Not only are there projects from the JustRite Design Team, but we also have so many other talented women joining us for this amazing release!!!! Today JustRite are releasing SIX awesome Christmas Sets and I have chosen to showcase this gorgeous Christmas Joy Set. I decided to make a matching set of easy to produce Christmas items - a Card, a Gift Tag, Placecard and Christmas Cracker.

The Christmas Cracker is made of a tube of cardboard, filled with an assortment of goodies and wrapped in red tissue paper and tied off with some red and gold ribbon. Around the middle is some Basic Grey Wassail DSP and I've topped it with a JustRite centrepiece. I've stamped the 'Joy' centre from Christmas Joy and border twice in Always Artichoke, although the middle I've taken off the colour with a blender pen for the ribbon, sentiment and the berries and coloured them in Ruby Red. I then cut out both the outer and inner ovals with the Large Oval Nestabilities and popped it up the centre with foam tape.

Next the place card I folded a piece of white card and punched the edges with the SU scallop punch and added a strip of Wassail DSP across it and then added tiny Red Kaisercraft pearls to the peaks of the scallops. The name has been stamped using the Trompe Uppercase Font and Trompe Lowercase Font in Jet Black Stazon. The image has been stamped from Christmas Joy in Always Artichoke, once again removing some of the colour with a blender pen and colouring the sentiment and berries in Ruby Red and popping up the centre.

The Gift Tag has been made with a piece of white card with the corners cut to make a tag shape and then the bottom punched with the Scallop Edge Punch. Once again I added a strip of Wassail DSP and the Red Kasiercraft Pearls to the peaks. This time I stamped this super cute penguin from Christmas Joy with the instructions on the border telling the recipient not to open their gift until Christmas! I've coloured him in with markers and popped the entire oval and scallop layer up on foam tape.

Finally I made a matching, easy to reproduce Christmas card using all the same products. The base is Always Artichoke card, layered with white and some Wassail DSP. The red panel is some Ruby Red stamped with a poinsettia image and tied with some white satin ribbon. The image panel is also from Christmas Joy and has been stamped in Jet Black Stazon and coloured with markers. The centre once again has been popped up and I've finished off by adding a few more Red Kaisercraft Pearls to the corners.

I hope you enjoyed my projects today and there are SO MANY more to look at by following the blog list below to these incredibly talented women!!!!

JustRite Stampers-Blog

Becca Feeken

Sankari Wegman

Sharon Johnson

Kazan Clark

Sharon Harnist

Laura Davis

Debbie Olson

Michelle Woerner

Taylor Van Bruggen

Jenn Balcer

Michelle Wooderson

Lori Craig

Lauren Meader

Beate Johns

Barb Schram

Kimberly Crawford

Michele Kovack

Jami Bova

Kellie Fortin

Jennifer Buck

Heidi Blankenship

Angela Barkhouse

Lisa Somerville

Gerrie Johnnic

Kathy Jones (That's Me!!!)

Debbie Seyer

Kim Sonksen

Terre Fry

Sheryl Dickinson

Bonnie Sharp

Mary Pfaff

Holly Simoni

Angela Robledo


Stamps - Christmas Joy (JustRite), Trompe Uppercase Font, Trompe Lowercase Font.


Paper - Always Artichoke, Ruby Red, White, Basic Grey Wassail DSP

Ink - Always Artichoke, Ruby Red, Jet Black Stazon

Accessories - Markers, Blender pen, Red Kaisercraft Pearls, white satin ribbon, red/gold ribbon, Scallop Edge Punch, Large Oval Nestabilities, Large Scallop Oval Nestabilities, Red Tissue Paper, foam tape.

That's all for today, thanks for visiting and enjoy the Hop!!!! :)

50 comments:

Chriss Blagrave said...

Beautiful colours, borders, images and colouring! Love everything you made.

Kelly Landers said...

All your projects are great! That cracker is so awesome and old fashioned! What a great idea!

Bonnie said...

Fabulous creations! All of you girls are so dang talented it is so inspiring!

"Tillymint" said...

Loved all your projects Kathy - I think these stamps would be great for lots of Christmas cards in a hurry.
Thanks for the inspiration.

Nancy said...

Love your projects, what great inspiration, thanks for sharing these lovely projects with us

Taylor VanBruggen said...

Such lovely projects, Kathy! Your Christmas Cracker brings back such wonderful memories! My mom and I used to save the cardboard from the toilet paper roll to make these cute things and deliver them to friends!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Oh Kathy these are just beautiful! the little name tag is fabulous, and would be wonderful all around the table! Fantastic job with the new goodies!

Kimberly Crawford said...

beautiful projects!! LOVE the place card-those were always my job when I was little, and maybe I need to make them a little more grown up now!:)

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

What a darling assortment of items -- love them all -- so fun!!!

chelemom said...

Wow You've been busy!!! These are all fabulous!!! Great projects!

Lisa Somerville said...

Such beautifully coordinated projects Kathy!

www.amazingpapergrace.com said...

Oh Kathy, what an eyeful of Christmas goodness. Fabulous projects!! I'm so thankful you and your son are okay.
--Hugs Becca

Barb Schram said...

Such great ideas, Kathy! Love all the use of the great images to make your Christmas items perfect! Good to hear you and your son are ok! Prayers being lifted for you both!

Angela said...

wow Kathy!!! I love the placecards. Those would make great favors for guests to take home after Christmas dinner.

Thanks for sharing,
Angela

Laura Davis said...

LOVE all of these! Great work :)
Laura

Danni said...

Amazing projects!! Awesome job!

Lori Craig said...

Sweet, sweet projects. Love the firecracker. Looks like you are ready for Christmas! :)

Sankari W. said...

Simply stunning stunning projects and so lovely that everything is coordinated!!! You are simply amazing!! I hope you and your son are feeling better -sending you both lots of happy wishes!!!
Lots of hugs,
Sankari :)

connie said...

cute projects! love the place cards and tags.

Jenn Balcer said...

First, I hope you are doing better - car accidents are no fun, and I'm so happy to hear that you were not badly injured.

Now, on to your projects! WOW - all of them are absolutely fabuous!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Awesome Kathy!!! Love your creations!! Your work is always stunning. Hope you are feeling much better GF!
hugs,
Chris

Beate said...

Kathy, all your projects look fantastic!
I hope you and your son will recover from your accident fast!
Hugs and smiles

Michelle (sf9erfan) said...

DUDE! What the...? I can't believe you did this amazing set of Australian Christmas goodies in the short amount of time. These are simply fantastic. I love the DP, the layers, your coloring -just everything! Hugs to you girlie!!

Sharon Harnist said...

What a beautiful ensemble, Kathy -- you've used all the images from this set so well! Great idea for the Christmas Cracker, beautiful placecard, darling gift tag and wonderful card! So pretty & well-coordinated!

Debbie Seyer said...

Love that Christmas Cracker! What great projects!!

Anonymous said...

A beautiful set, and I love the vintage look.

Swedie

Jessie said...

Beautiful work as always Kathy!

KimmyS said...

Awesome stuff!

Silke said...

Gorgeous projects - Kathy!!! I think you are ready for the holidays - LOL!!! Hope you are feeling better today??? Hugs ~S~

Maggie said...

Love your projects. Great colors.

Debbie Kaste said...

Kathy, your projects are so beautiful. I absolutely love the "cracker". Thanks for sharing:)

Leigh said...

Stunning work Kathy. Great projects.

Sheryl Dickinson said...

Beautiful projects! I really like the name plate--what a great way to dress up a table!

Connie said...

These are all soooo wonderful, Kathy! Such fun projects, tags and card!!

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

What a great ensemble of projects!! That little cracker is just too cool - what a great idea!!

Teresa said...

Thanks for the ideas. Great work.

kathy s said...

Hope you have got over your bad experience last week and all is well- love your projects- where did you find the time so many things to make and they all look great- love them.

Anonymous said...

Have just visited EVERY blog on the Hop!!! WOW there are some very talented people there but I still think you're the best, Honey. What a great idea to make a set of Christmas goodies. Imagine my surprise to see my name on the place card - does this mean it will be at my place on the Christmas table this year? Love, Mum

Edna said...

Yes, I expect to be invited to Christmas Dinner at your place too, and I want my own place card and the home cooked and totally over decorated meal to go with it please!!! Nice job, very co-ordinated and great use of the stamps my friend... PS Time to show Helen how to identify herself as a blogger :-)

Susan said...

Thanks fro sharing your great ideas.

lisa808 said...

Great projects--especially the Christmas cracker. tfs

Cazzy said...

You have been busy, love all the projects especially the crackers.

Cazzy x

isoscia said...

Lovely projects. I especially liked the Christmas Cracker.
Iris Soscia

Betty Wright said...

GORGEOUS Christmas ensemble, Kathy!!! Wonderful colors, coloring, and detailing!!! Fabulously done!!!

Grace said...

Kathy you showcased these so beautifully!!! LOVE the dp and these new stamps! Great job! I'm hoping and praying you and son are doing better!!! God is good! You walked away and that is His protective hand I'm sure!!! Blessings and Hugs!

Christine said...

I love your projects! Very unique! These are things that we don't always think of -- crackers and place cards.

Blessings,
Christine

Cat said...

Just adorable! LOVE your projects!

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Wow Wow Wow AND WOW! These are absolutely GORGEOUS!!

Holly said...

beautiful!! I am doing crackers this christmas and I lovelovelove yours!!! TFS!!

BeckyE said...

The crackers are my favorite. They're gonna be in my stockings for sure.
BeckyE

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