Monday, 11 May 2015
Christmas Card Club #10 Village Scene, not quite, but it is a scene ...
Hello lovely friends and visitors, I hope your weekend was good and your week has started well.
As above I’ve a card for our Christmas Card Club to share today. It is/was the lovely Rita’s turn to pick the theme, #10 a village scene; I have been trying to find a particular stamp set since Friday! Huge apologies Rita: I know I have them but I can’t find them anywhere. There was a set in the re-cycling candy stamps I won from the lovely and talented Brenda of Floral Fantasies! The time has, unfortunately, come for me to knuckle down and get my work room sorted. It’s a very long, painful and distressing process but I think it’ll be worth it in the end.
I grabbed what I could find today and whipped up this quick little card and until I have found those stamps here is another card for our box ...
An A6 card - good to post too!
Created for me and especially for these Challenges:
As soon I have linked this card to the above challenges I will be going off to visit all the lovely ladies of our group: if you ever want to play along with us and create two Christmas cards twice a month just let me know and I will get our lovely leader Margaret to get in touch with you. They are a seriously talented group and provide a lot of inspiration to me.
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit and comment. I really do appreciate it and I hope you get some time to do what you love to do this week ttfn Karen x
Stamp: Claritystamp Ltd: fir tree stamps
Die Cutting Machine & Tools: Cuttlebug; Memory Box deer die set
Miscellaneous Tools: Pan Pastel tools
Card Paper: snippets of white card for stamping and die cutting
Kanban snippet patterned card to create the base #
EP Ink/Paint/Pen Colours:
Pan Pastels: basic set I won from the old Pan Pastel blog now known as We Love 2 Craft
Adhesives/Mediums: Collall all purpose glue
# VOS: at least five years old, no idea when or where I purchased it or if still available to buy