No thorns on Hawthorn…

If you are visiting my page from Doris Edwards through the Australasian Blog Hop, WELCOME!!!

I was so excited to see the new Hawthorn paper collection – I knew it was going to be perfect for males (but it doesn’t end there)…

I have done a few pages, but I have gone quite overboard (is there such a thing) with cards…

How great are the following cards (if I do say so myself)… I have used a couple off stamps sets that everyone needs to add to their stash for quick & simple male cards.

The large blue Ute & greeting on the following card comes from A True Classic Stamp Set

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The next 4 cards use the Hawthorn Cardmaking Stamp set that can also be purchased with Thin Cuts.

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And if those cards aren’t enough for you, here is a couple with some Cricut flowers to give them the feminine touch… These 2 cards have sentiments from last months Stamp of the Month, Random Act of Cardness (I still have a couple of sets in stock if you are after one). The circle has been cut out using the Shaker Window Thin Cuts set.

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This last bunch see’s the Hawthorn paper suite paired with the Sweetest Birthday Wishes stamp set (D1890), some of the new Sangria Ribbon (Z3569), and some of the sparkly Stickles.

Whoops, I better share this cute little gift card holder too… Using 2 of our new cardstock colours, Sangria & Evergreen, and the Season stamp set from September… watch out for more of these coming with the new Christmas collections…

I hope I have inspired your cardmaking, now continue the inspiration at by visiting Maz Wood

Thank you for getting this far…  If you want to go shopping for any of the great Close To My Heart products please visit my website, www.creatingwithkylie.ctmh.com.au

Happy papercrafting,

Kylie xo

10 thoughts on “No thorns on Hawthorn…

  1. Kylie Sullivan says:

    Love your cards, esp the ute ones, like how you’ve cut away half the front to show the inside!! Good variety using thin cuts..

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