Sunday, 23 October 2016

Pink Christmas Greetings

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Hello.  Welcome.  Colour seems to be big this month in blogland.  We got pink, lots of lovely shades of autumn, the spooky halloweeny three and purple.  I haven't got to the purple yet but did manage a festive pink card.  Well, why not a pink christmas??

I made a cute little christmas scene using some stamps from two of Rubber Dance's brand new release, Textured Houses and Watercolour Xmas.  I cut the 'hill' using Stamplorations Snowy Hill Die.  Love the stitch detail.  I drew a faint pencil line along the hill edge and then stamped the trees from Rubber Dance Watercolour Xmas and embossed with red tinsel ep.  I stamped the cute single house from Textured Houses on pink bazzill, same as my base card, and embossed with christmas red ep, fussy cut and stuck it and the hill in place.  The sentiment is from the Watercolour Xmas set, embossed with red tinsel ep and matted on the same pink card.  

I found this too cute metal charm from and added it to the scene.  They are a perfect size for the house and what a darling charm for a greetings card.  Don't know if you can see but the little guy is waving to you.  Pity you aren't getting the bling on the trees and the sentiment.  Was a little surprized when I picked this powder up today to see that the box is already half empty.  I only bought it last year and I have some ep's here which have been around a looonnnnggggg time and are still pretty full.  Must grab some more of this one when I am in Englandshire.  

Thanks for dropping by.  The new release at Rubber Dance is 15% off til 27th Oct.  See HERE for details and discount code.  If you are shopping for other stamps yoou can get free shipping with my code  GT-FreeShip.  You can only use one code but do remember if you order over €35 it ships free anyway ;-)  And don't forget to ask Bibi to gift wrap if it's a gift.  Especially if it's a gift to you from you!!  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Scrappegarasjen Utfordring 29 - Norsk Design
Korthobby Oktober Utfordringen - Rosa
Happy Little Stampers Christmas Challenge - Embossing
Addicted to Stamps Challenge 216 - Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Think Pink
AUR Challenge 2 - Winter and/or Spring 
One Crazy Stamper - Fall/Winter Fun 


  1. Lovely pink Christmas card,awesome idea to add that cute charm...Thank you for joining us at ATSM
    Željka DT

  2. Lovely card, Gail! Now that I'm all grown-up (or so they say), I will gladly admit that I LOVE pink - any time of year! :) Thank you for using my stamps for your pretty in pink card ♥

  3. Thank you for sharing this adorable card with us at Always Use Rubber (AUR) - I really like the pink & red together (and I am NOT a fan of pink) and such a cute scene ~ I'm waving back to the little boy & girl (and the cats think I'm crazy) Hugs!! Christi DT Always Use Rubber

  4. Why not a pink Christmas? They were very fashionable here in the U.K. not so long ago. Perfect colours for our Winter and or Spring theme at AUR this time, thank you for thinking of us. XOXO

  5. Love your pink Christmas card, Gail, an adorable little scene! Thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

  6. I love the freshness of the pink, and the pink sky reminds me of sunrise on a frosty morning. That little house is gorgeous, I'm going to have to take a closer look at that set! Thanks for sharing at Always use Rubber

  7. such a sweet little scene - I hope you join us again at Addicted to Stamps and More

  8. Why not pink indeed. I love your little pink christmas trees. hugs Mrs A.

  9. så søtt kort :)
    Takk for at du deltar i korthobbyutfordringen :)
    Klem Wenche

  10. Yep I can go with a pink Christmas! Thanks for playing at HLS Christmas challenge.

  11. Stilig med rosa julekort! Den klarte du bra!
    Takk for at du deltar på scrappagarasjens utfordring.

  12. Beautiful and so sweet card.
    Thank you for sharing with HLS Christmas.
    BozenA DT HLS


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