Monday, 31 December 2012

New Year Joy

Well here we are my friends...at the threshold of 2013. Let's hope it's a good year, a better year than 2012. With just an hour left on the clock, I'll speak in the past tense and say that although 2012 was a year riddled with sadness, disappointments and loss, it was also the year I made new friends, was involved in new projects, got to be on DTs, won numerous crafting freebies and, the cherry on my cream cake,  was published. So yes, not all bad in fact I'm still not done counting my blessing...and for that I thank God, my Lord and Saviour.

I'll leave you with my last MojoMonday entry of 2012. To round things off, I made a round card for MojoMonday #274. Ha! I just had to say it! A simple card with colours from CR8FN #69 "Raspberry, Lavender & Neutral".  For my card I re-used and recycled, scrap paper, old lace and dusty bling from under the table. I'm saving the new stuff for tomorrow...call me superstitious!













Here's my "Ta-ta 2012, Howdy 2013" card:

Card front: Spellbinder dies to shape the card and patterned papers by Basic Gray "Indian Summer". Old lace tied in a simple knot, heat embossed greeting with WMS Say It Loud Winter Holidays and 3 lavender blings and my card is done.

Inside: More help from Spellbinder Standard Circle and Scalloped Circle dies.  

I wish all of you a successful 2013 filled with blessings of good health, love, peace and abundance. Here's to another year of fruitful crafting! Thank you so very much for joining me on my creative journey. Making and posting is only worth the effort because I get to share it with you. SO grateful for all your kind comments and words of encouragement. I cannot wait to see you again next year... tomorrow...in a few hours.

Let's usher in the new year in the company of our loved ones! See you soon, my friends!

Beijinhos!

Thursday, 27 December 2012

Celebrate!

Helloooo there, my friends! Hope you had a grand ol' time over Christmas. Here, we are slowly recovering from the excesses of the past couple of days. As soon as I finished licking the trifle bowl, I called it a day. Our Christmas tradition also includes thinking about a suitable healthy eating program we can both be excited about. Not an easy task since I'm a devout pescetarian and the husband is an fanatical carnivore.... which probably explains why we never really get past the thinking phase. Still, there is one food that we are both passionate about.... cakes...in all shapes and sizes. And that, folks, is how (and why) I chose the theme of my card.

Over at Tuesday Morning Sketches (which I have to say is high on my list of favourite challenges), owner Melissa Craig has vetoed her own final-challenge-of-the-year decision. (It's good to be the boss!) We now have a new Final Challenge #178 and this is a challenge although it's called Anything Goes. No sketch this week but it must be something different, something new, not your run of the mill card.

Here's my chance to have another go at a pop-up card. I made one in the summer with a pop-up gift box and that was a challenge and a half, I tell ya! Following a much needed break and several hours of therapy, I'm ready to "pop-up"again.

While trawling the internet I stumbled upon this wonderful blog called Extreme Cards and Papercrafts. Carol makes exceptional pop-up cards, slice forms and mechanical cards. I'm in awe! My card is based on her work, for which she has so generously provided a template. When I've suitably recovered from the trauma of making this card I'll post a pictorial on how I muddled through mine, with a few modifications to Carol's template to fit my dinky little cupcakes.

Enough chit-chat, here's my card:


I've kept the card front simple. The papers are called Marshmallow and Candy Floss by Daisy & Dandelion. The greeting is from WaltzingMouse's "Compact Sentiments" stamped with Memento Rich Cocoa, cut and layered with cream and pink CS, with the help of Spellbinders Classic Circle and Scalloped Circle dies. Some twine and we're done!

On the inside - that's where all the action is. You can't open the card flat. It stops at a 90º angle and you get to feast your eyes on more than a dozen cupcakes! It's like Christmas all over again!  

A closer look at the cast of characters...

Here's the ariel view. You can see the pop-up mechanism - a series of tables and the cupcakes are adhered to the front of these tables. I've kept the background simple - just some caramel CS with a punched border. The sentiment is from WaltzingMouse's Say It Loud set stamped with Memento Rich Cocoa. And from WMS Nutcracker Sweet set, I stamped the party streamers in Memento Rose Bud. Could not resist adding some bling to the mix!

From the side you can see how I've adhered to cupcakes to the table fronts with some pop dots. When you close the card, they all fold down flat. 

Here's a closer look at the little sweeties. The stamps are by Papermania and I coloured them with SN markers - simple colouring, no fancy blending. Then I fussy cut each cupcake and dabbed some Stickles (Diamond, Icicle and Crystal) to make them shine.

A few tips if you're planning on "building" this card:

1. Make a large pot of coffee
2. Make good clean creases for the "tables".
3. On the reverse side, re-enforce the fold with some Scotch tape. It helps the "table" to stand firm and stop any tearing along the creases. There will be a lot of opening and closing...trust me!
4. Adhere the cakes (or what ever image you use) slightly above the bottom crease. This will prevent the images from snagging when you close the card.
5. Use thick CS for the card base (120lb or 300GSM) and it will help hold up the entire project when left open.
6. When adhering the pop-up section to the card-base allow a little "give". This is a thick project and will not fold flat as a pancake. Practice before gluing down for eternity.
7. Add a shot of something stronger to your remaining coffee and admire the fruits of your labour. Do this before you pass out!

I hope you get a chance to make this card. Admittedly, it's therapeutic ... in a crippling way BUT this project is truly versatile. You can stick just about anything on those tables: presents, candes, pumpkins, flowers, photos etc. and it will be an awe-inspiring Christmas, birthday, Easter, Thanksgiving or any-occasion card. Or if you prefer not to, then just spy on Carol at Extreme Cards and see what she gets up to.

Also taking my card to Charisma Cardz #51 "Anything Goes"; Dutch Dare Card #197 "Celebration"; Little Miss Muffet #51"Anything Goes" and Pixie Gust Studio "Any Celebration Will Do". If you're short on inspiration, hop on over to Make It Monday #121 for an abundance of creative talent.

Thanks for stopping by today. I'll be back tomorrow with that gift basket I promised earlier! Have a great 3rd Day of Christmas.

Beijinhos!

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Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Thanks, Santa!

Happy Christmas, everybody! It's the big day! I'm guessing you've dressed and stuffed your oversized bird of choice, and now you're dressed and ready to be stuffed in the company of family and friends. As this is a scheduled post, I have no idea what we're doing right now but I'm hoping we're all sitting down to a civilised feast, wearing silly hats, telling silly jokes and remembering pre-war Christmas celebrations, faithfully recounted by ageing relatives  ... it's what we do every year!

This is just a quick post to share with you a thank you card I made for my Santa. As a highly skilled "detective" (i.e. nosy-parker) I could not help but stumble upon the stash Santa kept hidden from me... in the linen cupboard of all places! Overcome by gratitude (and a guilt) I made this quick thank you card and left it by the fireplace. Here it is:


The papers and image are from PolkaDoodles Gingerbread Twist CD. The image is pre-coloured which made it possible for me to put this card together in a tick.  This ia great CD for the holidays... a must-have!
Instead of milk, my Santa got a generous serving of something spiritual - Jamaican Rum.

I used Spellbinder dies to cut out the Circles and Scalloped Circles. The greeting is from WaltzingMouse's Compact Sentiments set, stamped in Memento Cottage Ivy. The twine is from Doodlebug's Christmas collection. 

On the inside I gave myself plenty of room for a message.


The sketch for this card came from MojoMonday #273. I'm also playing with Tuesday Alchemy #46 "Anything Goes"; LEJ Designs #34 "Santa's Coming To Town" and Deep Ocean Challenge#41 "Santa Is Coming To Town".

Thanks for stopping by. Now get back to your families and enjoy the rest of this most blessed of days. I'll be back later with a gift basket... Intrigued?







Have a safe and joyous Christmas, y'all! I'll leave you with a glamour shot of Rosie, our resident reindeer. She's showing you her best side!




Beijinhos!

Saturday, 22 December 2012

The Light of Christmas

This may very well be the last Christmas card I make this year. I haven't been blogging or visiting much since Thursday because life has been super crazy around here. It all began on Wednesday evening with our choral recitation. The big Christmas gala presentation we've been practising for since October. It went well, very well actually. We are very pleased with ourselves, and our choir mistress is rightfully relieved!

Then on Thursday morning, off to the veterinary hospital for our Rosie's ear surgery. It was scheduled to take at least 4 hours. The surgeon called late in the afternoon to say that all went well and we could see her later during visiting hours. She looked so well, considering what she had just been through and she was totally doped up! Friday morning we got the call we've been waiting for, Rosie had a very good night and looked well enough to be discharged. We raced over and brought her home. Yay!

I still have a mountain of chores to get through...plus all of Rosie's meds to chart, schedule and execute so that nothing is missed during these next few days of madness! Without further blah-blah, here's my card:



The papers are from KaiserKraft's "Christmas Tradition" paper collection. The stamp is from Chocolate Baroque's "Stained Glass Christmas" stamp set. It's not obvious in the pic, but I've got 3 purple blings down at the right hand corner.

Here's a close-up of the image. I stamped it with Memento Tuxedo Black and coloured it with SN markers. I traced the ironwork with Kuretake Silver pen and applied Diamond Stickles on the flames and light. I made one mistake, though. For colouring with alcohol markers I use either Neenah or Westcountry but this time, due to my increasing festive blindness, I used just plain ol' cardstock. I only realised when the colours wouldn't blend properly...but was just too tired, lazy, frustrated to restart.   

View from the side. I matted the image on some old gold CS and popped it up on some foam tape.  I don't know why but my old gold looks more like bronze or rust.

Inside I used a sentiment from WMS Compact Sentiments and stamped it in Memento Elderberry. I love this sentiment because very often we get caught up in the materiality of Christmas that we fail to feel it in our hearts.  

The sketch for this card came from Tuesday Morning Sketches #177. It's their last for this year and I'm determined not to miss it! I'm also playing along with Top Tip Tuesday #92 "Anything Christmas"Just Add Ink #148 "Just Add Christmas"; WordArt Wednesday #59 "Glory to God/Anything Goes" because God's light never goes out and Play Date Cafe #162 "Gold, Teal Mint & Lavender".














That's all from me today. I'm going to see a man about a "bird". (Yes, I forgot to pre-order mine!)  Then see to my little Rosie's meds and then....oh the list goes on. I wish you all a peaceful Christmas. I'll be back before the big day... I hope! Thanks for stopping by today. I'll leave you with a picture of our Rosie.

Beijinhos!



Here's Rosie during visiting hours at the hospital on Thursday. We went for a short walk and then stayed in the play area with her until we had to say goodnight. She has to wear an Elizabethan collar until the stitches are removed and the ear is completely healed. The vet warned us that this is a very painful procedure. So we need to keep an eye on her and help her manage the pain. She is such a brave little soldier... 

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Holiday Mini Bailout #12: Christmas Presents

Here we are, my friends. The last day of my Holiday Mini Bailout series....Day 12, Card 12. I started this series because I realised I wasn't unique in trying to juggle 10 balls only to find I've dropped half of them including my drawers! So why not drag my readers along on my journey of redemption. The plan: post a-card-a day until the 19th, giving you 12 cards to meet any last minute requirements. There's a card for every skill level... and all of which took me less than 15 minutes to complete, and let me tell ya, I am no expert.

Admittedly, when I started making these cards I was literally tearing my hair out with panic and soaked in cold sweat. I'm happy to say every gray strand is where it should be, I'm fresh as a daisy, the cards have all been mailed out and most have already reached their destinations. Another Christmas disaster averted. There's just one more thing to sort out... how do I explain that I forgot to order the turkey!? Maybe  I could get a large chicken and call it a mini turkey...  Another mini bailout in the making. Watch this space, folks!
 
In the meantime, here's my last "Holiday Mini Bailout 2012" card for you!


Another stamp from the Holly Hobbie Joy of Christmas set. I saved her for my last 2 cards because she reminds me of them good ol' days. No patterned papers - just red CS embossed using the Swiss Dots folder.  I cut the image out with Spellbinders Labels 14 - my very first Spellbinder die.  It was love at first sight and my collection has grown, quite a bit, since that fateful encounter! Did some stencilling with TH's Antique Linen and adhered some cream lace to complete the old-fashioned feel. 

As with yesterday's image, I coloured this one in the same dotting technique and minimal blending in the small areas. In her patchwork dress, the areas are small enough that with dotting and flicking, the colours blend themselves. I used these SN colours: Cream - EB1, EB2;  Red - CR8, CR10;  Green - JG4, JG6; Blue - IB1  Brown - TN6, TN8;  Yellow - CT4;  Skin - FS2

The sentiment is from Chocolate Baroque's Warm Winter Wishes set, stamped in Memento Rose Bud. 

Taking my old fashioned card to the following parties: Holly Jolly Christmas Challenge "Vintage Christmas"; ABC Christmas "Fave Die / Punch", Use it Tuesday #45 "Christmas" , Creative Belli #159 "Christmas" and Divas by Design #66 "Anything Goes".

I hope you have enjoyed these cards as much as I have enjoyed showing them. You don't always need to send out large cards. A mini packed with love is all you really need for Christmas. (At 5' 1", 83lb would I say any different?! )

Enjoy your day, my friends. Hopefully the sun is shining where you are and all your loved ones and safe and healthy.

Beijinhos!


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2012 Holiday Mini Bailout - the story so far:
Day #11 : Christmas Flowers
Day #10 : Christmas Dolly
Day #09 : Good Boy
Day #08 : Christmas Star
Day #07 : Little Red Robins
Day #06 : Seasonal Sweeties
Day #05 : Rudy
Day #04 : Snowman
Day #03 : O Christmas Tree
Day #02 : Jolly and Bright
Day #01 : Twinkle Twinkle

Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Holiday Mini Bailout #11: Christmas Flowers

Ok, here we are my friends. Day 11 of my Holiday Mini Bailout series. 12 mini cards, some easy, some with a little bit more effort but all quite quickly executed. These cards measure 4x3.5" and the limited real means decorations can be minimal. Today's card is just that - a focal image and ... that's it

Here's my card, inspired by gifting flowers for Christmas:

The background paper is a scrap piece from an old Doodlebug collection. The focal image is a free stamp that came with a crafting magazine. I added some bling at the corners just because it's Christmas. 


I stamped the image with Memento Tuxedo Black an coloured them in with SN markers. Because the image in small, you don't need to be precise with the blending. These are suggestions of colour. The pointsetias: CR8, CR10, JG5. The pinny and bonnet: EB1, EB2. The dress: TB1, PP1. Floor: GB8, GB10. Shoes: TN8. Red fabric: DR5. I cut it out with Spellbinders Classic Oval and inked the edges with TH's Faded Jeans.
  

Sticking to the girlie theme, I stamped the swirls with Memento London Fog and the greeting, from Chocolate Baroque "Warm Winter Wishes" , with Memento Rose Bud.
I find colouring small images easier simply because it's easier to hide "mistakes"...not so glaring, especially when the blending is off. I coloured this image in under 5 minutes...and I did not rush. Give it a go, practice with a few simple images because it is a sure fire way to make your card look complicated without it being so. And you can be super simple with the background because the image will pop.

I'm playing along with The Die Cutting Divas #9 "More Holiday Spirit"; Paper Pretties Monday Challenge #70 and Simon Says Stamp and Show "Inspired by Gift Giving".

Thanks for stopping by today. We've got one more card in this series... come back tomorrow!

Beijinhos!



2012 Holiday Mini Bailout - the story so far:
Day #10 : Christmas Dolly
Day #09 : Good Boy
Day #08 : Christmas Star
Day #07 : Little Red Robins
Day #06 : Seasonal Sweeties
Day #05 : Rudy
Day #04 : Snowman
Day #03 : O Christmas Tree
Day #02 : Jolly and Bright
Day #01 : Twinkle Twinkle

Monday, 17 December 2012

Have a Cracking Christmas

It's Mojo day, my friends. Monday is probably my least favourite day but I do look forward to making and posting a Mojo card. Before I say / write anything else I just want to say thank you so very much, from the bottom of my heart, for all the encouraging comments and emails for Rosie. She comfortable and her surgery has been (re)scheduled for Thursday 20th.

On to today's Mojo card... I must admit I'm not terribly enthusiastic about my effort. It's ok, I guess but I feel like I'm running out of festive steam. Next Monday is Christmas eve...aaaargh!!! I still have presents to wrap...what am I saying?! I still have presents to buy!

The sketch for my card is from MojoMonday #272. Then there is the last 52 Christmas Card Throwdown challenge for the year. The theme is "Christmas Crackers". Also playing along with Come and Get It "Anything Christmas", Platypus Creek Challenge 22 "Anything Christmas" and Brown Sugar Challenge #20 "Red, Green, Cream".













Here it is:


The patterned papers are from Dovecrafts Back to Basics Vintage Christmas. 8x8 pad. For the central panel I used vellum from Papermania's Signature A4 pad. The background paper is actually rows of Christmas trees, but with the central panel I thought they looked like the tails of Christmas crackers. Have I mentioned that I think I'm going blind? Daisies looking like snowflakes, Christmas trees looking like crackers.... yep, definitely going bonkers too. 

I made 3D ornaments using Spellbinders 2010 Heirloom Ornaments die. I adhered gingham ribbon and shimmer brads on top of each ornament and outlined them with Stickles for a bit of shine.

I tied a bow with red baker's twine and popped the entire central panel on foam tape.  The greeting is from Chocolate Baroque's "Warm Winter Wishes" set, stamped with Memento Rich Cocoa.

The sentiment is from WMS "Compliments of the Season" set, stamped with Brilliance Cottage Ivy.
I'm off to play nurse-maid to my little furball, then wrap some pressies and sort out our tree. We managed to put in the fairy lights. Now we need to make it look purty... by that I mean I do the work while my beloved gives a running commentary from the sofa. Same story every Christmas! Thanks for stopping by.

And don't forget...Day #11 of my Holiday Mini Bailout tomorrow. See ya!

Beijinhos!


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Holiday Mini Bailout #10: Christmas Dolly

We're down to the last three cards in my Holiday Mini Bailout series and today I have Card #10 for you. This series is all about quick makes and since the cards measure only 4"x3.5"you can get away with scraps of papers and left over embellies. There simply isn't enough room for frills and fancies. More importantly, with Christmas only a week away, there isn't enough time.

Here's Card #10:


No patterned papers, just cream CS embossed with Swiss Dots for the background. The focal image is from PolkaDoodle's Gingerbread Twist  CD,  layered on some green CS cut with Spellbinders Beaded Oval die. To finish, a  twine bow.

Here's a close-up of the image. I coloured her with SN marker. You could use a pre-coloured  digi and this card can be finished in a flash.

Inside I stamped a simple sentiment from Chocolate Baroque's "Warm Winter Wishes" set. 

I'm also playing along with Sparkles Christmas Challenge #23 "Button or Bow; Party Time Tuesday #98 "Kid's Christmas"; Challenges for Everybody #4 "Anything Goes" and Sparkles Monthly Challenge #39 "Anything Goes".

Thanks for visiting. Tomorrow we have my penultimate card in this Holiday Mini Bailout series. How fast time flies when you're having fun completely stressed out! See you tomorrow, ladies...

Beijinhos!

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2012 Holiday Mini Bailout - the story so far:
Day #09 : Good Boy
Day #08 : Christmas Star
Day #07 : Little Red Robins
Day #06 : Seasonal Sweeties
Day #05 : Rudy
Day #04 : Snowman
Day #03 : O Christmas Tree
Day #02 : Jolly and Bright
Day #01 : Twinkle Twinkle

Sunday, 16 December 2012

Holiday Mini Bailout #9: Good Boy!

Here we are my friends, we've reached Day 9 of my Holiday Mini Bailout series. Until the 19th I'm posting 12 easy cards measuring 4" x 3.5" that you can make quite easily. If you find yourself in an unexpected festive deficit these project might give you a few ideas... hopefully.  I'm also using up my hoarded stash and sometimes, bits and pieces that I find lying about my craft room. So join me while I tidy up my messy "studio".

Today I have this little idea for pet-lovers:

The background paper is from my local craft shop. I fished it out of the bargain bin a couple of years ago and a stack of 50 assorted A4 sheets cost me 50cents. It really is a bargain because these papers a embossed in silver. Not obvious in the photo but the raised design is shiny silver. Can't understand why I waited so long to use it!
The little dog is "Scottie" by Adam Pescott and I layered him on red SC cut with Spellbinders Fleur de Lis Rectangles die.

Close-up of Scottie. I coloured him with SN markers.  Dog: IG1 & IG2. Antlers: TN7 & TN8.  Vest, hairband, bauble: CR9 & CR10. Bell: GB2, CT4 

Here's the inside. The sentiment is from WMS Seasons of Love Tags stamped with Rhubarb Stalk.

This is a very easy card and I made half a dozen in one evening and promptly sent them out the next day. Since I decided on a white Scottie, the colouring is simple and minimal.

Scottie and I are joining these linky parties: Paper Pretties #69 "Red, Green, Choice"; Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas Callenge #103 "Anything Goes Christmas"; Card Crafters Circle #53 "Red White and Green" and Freshly Brewed Designs #125 "Christmas".

So that's another quickie done and dusted. Thanks for dropping in. I have three more cards to show you, so join me tomorrow for the final furlong! See ya!

Beijinhos


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 2012 Holiday Mini Bailout - the story so far:
Day #08 : Christmas Star
Day #07 : Little Red Robins
Day #06 : Seasonal Sweeties
Day #05 : Rudy
Day #04 : Snowman
Day #03 : O Christmas Tree
Day #02 : Jolly and Bright
Day #01 : Twinkle Twinkle

The Jolly Bishop

Christmas is under 10 days away! Really? That soon? It's scary how fast the days are slipping by and before we know it there'll have a brand new year to deal with. I hope it's a good one.

I'm still making cards for friends, baking festive goodies to give as gifts, making boxes to house these goodies, buying presents and wrapping them. And in the middle of this there's choir practice for our big performance next week. So yes, I'm bouncing from pillar to post.

However, over at Eclectic Ellapu, all is calm, all is bright. Our lovely Lady Boss Elaine, has decided to host a challenge that is a firm favourite with everyone: "Anything Goes". And, the best part is this challenge is open until January 5, 2013! So you have plenty of time to make a card, tag, layout, 3D project or whatever your heart desires.
   
My contribution to the challenge is this card I made for my German friend. She's had a rough year and I thought I'd send St Nick over to cheer her up. Santa Claus we know and love today evolved from St Nicholas, a 14th century Greek saint and bishop of Myra, now Turkey. He is known for his many miracles and generous gift-giving. Over the centuries St Nicholas morphed into Santa Claus, a rotund cheerful man in a red suit. I suspect in the beginning the Jolly Bishop would have looked something like this:


The card base measures 4"x 3,5". The patterned paper is from Dovecraft's  Back to Basics  Christmas Vintage Collection 8x8 pad.  The stamped image of St Nick is from WMS's Nutcracker Sweet set.

Here's  a close-up of St Nick. I stamped him with Memento Tuxedo Black  and coloured him with SN markers. Then I cut him out with Spellbinders Wonky Rectangles die and inked the edges TH's Antique Linen. 

On the inside, a nice little Christmas greeting in German with Memento Rhubarb Stalk ink.

Although this is a small card and the sketch is a simple one, the colouring took awhile... well worth the effort for a special friend.


You have plenty of time to play along. So why not start with a tour of the DT members' blog and be inspired. I'm looking forward to seeing your creations for Eclectic Ellapu Challenge #10

Off to bed now...it's been a  long day. I'll see you later today with Card #9 of my Holiday Mini Bailout series. 

Beijinhos!


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Saturday, 15 December 2012

Holiday Mini Bailout #8: Christmas Star

Welcome to Day 8 of my Holiday Mini Bailout series. Each day until the 19th I will post a simple mini card measuring 4"x3.5". These are 12 easy cards that I put together quickly when I realised I hadn't made enough! You might find a couple of ideas in my hurried creations and be able to whip up a few last-minute wonders. For ooomph I'm depending on strong colours instead of my usual embellishing doodads and ding-dongs.... you know what I mean.

Today I offer you a Christmas tree, a different version of the one I made on Day #3.


No patterned papers, just an embossed background. To mimic the hearts in the tree I used Crafts Too Hearts folder.  The cut the tree out with Spellbinders Resplendant Rectangles die and inked the edges with TH's Antique Linen.

Here's a close-up of the tree from WMS Nutcracker Sweet stamp set. I coloured it with SN markers and added a bling on the star.
Here's the inside. The greeting is from WMS Seasons of Love - Tags set, stamped with Memento Bamboo Leaves. 
I'm playing with: Winter Wonderland "O Christmas Tree"; My Heart Pieces "Vibrant Colours"Pixie Dust Studio "Christmas Traditional Colours" and Paper Play "You're a Star".

That's Day #9 all wrapped up. Thanks for stopping by. Tomorrow's guest star is a little cutie-pie. Curious? Come back tomorrow and find out! See you soon.

Beijinhos!



2012 Holiday Mini Bailout - the story so far:
Day #07 : Little Red Robins
Day #06 : Seasonal Sweeties
Day #05 : Rudy
Day #04 : Snowman
Day #03 : O Christmas Tree
Day #02 : Jolly and Bright
Day #01 : Twinkle Twinkle
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