Friday, 5 October 2018


Good morning crafty blog friends....

Today's card is a prime example of letting the paper(s) do the work, plus it can be easily changed to a birthday card if need be

The paper is from the 'Winter Wonderland' Collection, a 6"x 6" single sided paper pad by Crafter's Companion (I think it was a few weeks ago when I made another Christmas card from this paper pad)

All I have added is the white embossed Christmas tree and the sentiment, also stamped and embossed.  I added the pearls to the tree and to a few of the flowers

Now, remove the tree and that particular sentiment and you can have a gorgeous 'winter' birthday card for someone

The verse comes from one of the recent magazine A4 stamp sets and I used an Adirondack ink pad in 'denim' to stamp it

 I used the same ink pad to stamp the flower on the corner of the envelope

This week's freebie stamp '

If you would like your name added to the draw for the above stamp please leave a comment on this post.  You have until 6pm Saturday to do so and the winner will be announced on Sunday's blog

We also ship internationally at our expense

Until tomorrow....



  1. Am loving this paper June - it looks so useful. Without too much effort, you have transformed it into beautiful Christmas card - ideal for anyone to receive! Will be investigating this paper pad I think!!

  2. Gosh, how simple but so effective and as you say June - change the sentiment and it would be a lovely birthday or other occasion card. Thank you for sharing it with us.

  3. Hi June this is a stunning card. I love the design. Have a great weekend. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  4. A beautiful card June. Love it. Thank you.

  5. A fabulous card. Im not usually a non tradition coloured xmas card but this does 'do it' for me xxx


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