Saturday, 6 December 2014

Traditional Yule

Hello.  Welcome.  Well!!  Blogger just ate the whole of this post!!  Obviously my witty repertoire wasn't amusing enough.  Better stick to the craft.  Over at Cheery Lynn the theme this week is Tis the Season.  Well, so it is, and very soon it will be the day!!  Are you ready??  Me, not so.  But this is one card closer.

I used Cuttlebug Snowflakes embossing folder on the red card and stamped and embossed the Penny Black sentiment with black embossing powder.  I cut Cheery Lynn Southern Charm Valance and Snowflake 2 from gold glitter card.  I also cut some thin strips to use as a border.  The panel was mounted on a gold base card.  

Joining the fun at
Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge 161 - Tis the Season 
CHNC Challenge 206 - Bright Colours 
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Holiday Cards 
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Christmas

Thanks for your visit.  Hope you are having a fun evening.  I'm off to alter a couple of playing cards LOL.  Hugz


  1. Great Design Gail and use of your dies. Thanks for joining in the challenge at Cheery Lynn Designs and Good Luck.
    Julie x

  2. Love the red and gold color combination, Gail, very festive and wonderfully designed. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Cheery Lynn Designs challenge.

  3. Such an unusual colour combination and a beautiful card! Thank you for sharing your project and for joining us over on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! Happy Christmas... :)

  4. What a great design, color palette and resultant card, Gail! Sweet dies, I might add!

  5. Gorgeous card Gail, the colours are so striking.
    Thanks for joining at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Mandy xx


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