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Friday, 24 November 2017

FESTIVE FRIDAY 17

Hello and thanks for stopping by....

Because of the new challenge at MAWTT yesterday's post was also a Christmas card.  The lovely Jenny is hosting this challenge and she asked for Christmas animals, so when looking through my 4 large boxes of Christmas goodies (I know that's a ridiculous number but you have to remember we used to have a craft shop lol) I came across this gorgeous pretty aqua glitter card and the scene that was already die cut with the addition of a touch of light blue sky!  Consequently I can't give you very much details about the card as I don't recognise the die cut!

I die cut 2 frames, one in white the other silver mirror card and adhered them over the scene.  Using a larger die I die cut a centre, out of the aqua glitter card,  which  fitted over the frames

I shortened the sides of the aqua card so that it would give me side borders on the 5"x 7" base card

A sentiment was stamped onto white card and added to aqua glitter card and white card.  I snipped the back off the tiny tree brad and adhered that to the side of the sentiment
INGREDIENTS:

  • Aqua glitter card, white card and silver mirror card ~ my stash
  • Rectangular Die Set ~ Creative Expressions
  • Tree Brad ~ Create Impressions
Until tomorrow....

June x

5 comments:

  1. Fab card June. I find,t know you had a craft shop. Xxx

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    1. Thank you Wendy. It was a sugarcraft and cardcraft shop and when we sold it the new owner only wanted it a s sugarcraft shop.... hence I've still half the stock in our home! x

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  2. Beautiful card June. Love the aqua colour. Thank you for sharing this.

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  3. Jube i normally prefer tradition colours for Christmas cards BUT i think this is REALLY beautiful xxx

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    1. Apologies, i DO know ur name is June - oops xxx

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