Sunday, 14 November 2010

Another Christmas Card

Here's a card I have made for The Stampsmith's Oval challenge and Sir Stampalot's Christmas Traditions. What could be more traditional than fir trees and snow!I have shamelessly stolen the technique from Donna's blog - she explains each stage perfectly so even I could follow it :o). What she didn't say was to a) not use your craft knife on your new non stick mat, and
b) don't find you scisors by sticking your thumb through them, then
c) bleeding all over your white card!! Haloween came and went without spilling a drop of the red stuff when really that would just have been going the extra mile for your art lol, but now we have red snow :o)
The lovely lady is from The Stampsmith, various embossing folders, and Movers and Shapers die.
Thanks very much for looking x


  1. Lovely card Sue, good luck with the challenges. Annette x

  2. Whoa, you're on a roll now!!! Gorgeous xxxx

  3. Sue, congrats on receiving your new stamps! This project is fantastic! I'm so glad you had a chance to join us this week for the Stampsmith Challenge! We look forward to your next beautiful creation! Good luck in the draw!
    Val :)

  4. Hi Sue

    What a really elegant card adn one of the lovely Stampsmith images, I love them as well, they are just that little bit different.

    Thank you for joining us at Stampalot Challenge this month and good luck.

    B x

    Chance to win a Stampalot gift voucher here

  5. Sue, this is gorgeous!
    Thank you for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month.
    Clare x

  6. We all must suffer for our art. LOL Love that embossed tree in the background. Thanks for joining us at the Stampsmith Challenge blog. A new challenge started today. Click over and check it out.

  7. Well its just gorgeous and well worth your three mishaps lol. Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month.

  8. A gorgeous Christmas creation,Sue! Love the clean lines and she is beautiful. Thanks for Sharing with us at Sir Stampalot and good luck!


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