Friday, July 29, 2011

Christmas Greetings

Hi there - it has been a week since I last made a card - I took the week off as my mother and youngest nephew came over from NZ for a visit ... I tell you an 11 year old boy is simply exhausting to have around! I have played footy, done heaps of maths equations (yeah it felt like being back in school!), I patiently (!) let my nephew assist me in baking and cooking (he said he loved that but I think he loved making a mess!!!) and have had to play scrabble and deliberately LOOSE so I don't thrash him by 400 points!!! I loved having him here and enjoyed it so much ... it is a pity he doesn't like craft!
So I entered the craft room this afternoon to create this simple christmas card

here is a close up of the metal charm.


materials - Bazzill pine green cardstock; Cosmo Cricket 'mitten weather' papers; Stampendous 'home for christmas' stamps; Stazon timber brown ink; paper flowers; metal charm; 4mm split ring; 10mm white organza; Ranger liquid pearls; Spellbinders labels 4.

I have followed the sketch from Card Positioning Systems #228. The theme of xmas comes from Crafty Creations. The shaped card (Spellbinders labels 4) is for Simon Says. I have included an organza ribbon for Crafts & Me and I am also entering it for Party Time Tuesdays - anything goes and Totally Stampalicious - anything goes.

Thanks for looking and have a great weekend ... me I am going to recover!

5 comments:

Jennie said...

This is stunning!! Great job on the CPS sketch and thanks for playing along this week :)

Julie Hoffman said...

Gorgeous card! Love the great layout! Thanks for joining us for the Anything Goes Challenge at Totally Stampalicious!

Linda Beeson said...

What a neat card, I so love the shape you used. Great use of the CPS sketch too.

acreativeneed said...

Gorgeous Christmas card! So glad you could play along in the Crafty Creations challenge!
smiles,Deena

Britta Swiderski said...

I love all of the layers and dimension you added with the stacked die cutting. Spellbinders dies are the best. :) Thanks so much for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!