I still cannot believe that I am making Christmas cards in January. Part of me says it is a good idea in that I will be well ahead come November, the other part of me (and a few friends) say that I am nuts and way too organised for my own good!! What do you think? Be nice to me now! I blame it all on Sandra when she text me into it (I can't say "talked" me into making cards early as we did it via text!) Rudolph Day was her idea - not mine! Though you still have tonight and tomorrow if you wish to join in with us. Click HERE to be whizzed over to Sandra's blog where you will find more details.
As you may know by now, I am taking part in the lovely Di's Snippets Challenge and I am hoping this will be good enough to allow me into the Playground this week! I do hope you like, though the card does look a little washed out because of the flash on the camera. Trust me this is the best photo I could get. And I tried several different places. It is more creamy in real life. Hope you like it anyway.
I have used lots of bits out of my waste box including cream card, MME and Basic Grey papers as well as stamps by Hero Arts, Tim Holtz, Penny Black and Crafty Individuals, punches by Martha Stewart, Brad by Basic Grey, flowers Kaisercraft as well as ribbon and lace. Inks were all Distress Inks Pumice Stone, Aged Mahogany, Fired Brick, Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain as well as Perfect Pearls in gold and clear embossing powder. Tools used were my lovely new Score Board and Distressing by Ranger.
I think that is about it. Off to have a look around Blogger and see what my Buddies have been up to, as well as linking this card up with Sandra and Di. Feel free to join me to see what the others have done. Why not join us? All you have to do is make a Christmas and/or rummage through your scraps and make a card, ATC, layout or anything your lickle fingers want to make.