Saturday, October 20, 2012

Teal Christmas

Hello and Happy Saturday!
Sandy here to share some INKIDO inspiration with you.
But before I get on with that, I thought I'd show you some of new products that have recently been added to the store.
Available in two colours; antique crem & light antique mauve.

New are also these Miniature Sewing Spools in wood, from Maya Road:
They're only about 0.5cm tall and so cute!!! Available in a 5/10 pack.

From Maya Road are also these charming rustic Vintage Linen Burlap Roses:

 Then there's a few new charms, and in particular I would like to highlight this one:
As you all recognize, this is the Pink Ribbon - the international symbol for breast cancer awareness.
I've priced this one at £1.20 and will be donating £1 for each charm sold to Breast Cancer Care UK (the 20p I'm keeping is only for paying the VAT to HMRC). I only have about 75 charms in stock, but as a famous food chain here in the UK puts it "Every Little Helps".
I hope you'll support me in supporting Breast Cancer Care UK, a charity organization that provides information and support for women affected by breast cancer.

 Some news on the restocking front:
The popular Poppies in red that sold out very quickly will be back in stock next week.

I'll be a busy bee this weekend dying and crinkling ribbon...
LLC's Shabby Seam Binding is back in stock again!!!
A new colour, "Winter White" has been added to the nine existing ones.

...and this finally brings me to my card (thanks for bearing with me! :-))
Yup; I made a flower with the "Winter White" Seam Binding. The button in the middle is from Maya Road's Lustrous Set of Vintage Buttons. I thought it'd go well with the cream coloured Rhinestones Lace which I attached at the bottom of the image.
The gorgeous image is from the sheet Santa's Christmas, and the paper used is Forever Santa 6x6 No. 4.
I created some layers using Jute Fabric and White Jute Ribbon. The flower display in the upper left corner consists of a Magnolia Shabby Chic Tulle Rose and Turquoise Vintage Orchids as well as some Decoration Berries from Kort og Godt.

As you can see, I used Snow-Tex, on the flowers, on the Jingle Bells and also on the Jute String that I attached the small Postage Stamps on. They are from Whimsy Stamps and were stamped with Walnut Stain and distressed with Tea Dye.

I think that was it. Time for me to get back to crinkling... :-)
Have a good Saturday!



  1. Sandra, your card is stunning!! I love it!!! I love the winter scheme and that gorgeous ribbon flower! WOW!!

    Hugs, Karita

  2. Dit julekort er vidunderligt, rustik og charmerende knus morkaren.

  3. Vidunderlig kort Sandra, du er en kunstner med detaljer! Og de nydelige Antique Belle blondene ser himmelske ut :D Håper på en prøvesmak <3

  4. Oh I so want those burlap roses!
    I need to save up again....
    That card is gorgeous,
    Chris x

  5. What a beautiful Christmas card. The flowers are stunning.

  6. Wow, this is absolutely stunning. So many fine details to see, it's a gorgeous Christmas card.

  7. Fantastic card Sandy, so much detail and what fabulous goodies you have in store again, love them all, I feel another spend coming on :o)
    Teresa. xx

  8. I just love all the new goodies in your store. Beautiful card, and love all the details.

  9. I just love all the new goodies in your store. Beautiful card, and love all the details.

  10. Sandy, this is brilliant! I just love it all! Judy x