Sunday, 8 July 2018

Jungle Wishes

Hello.  Welcome.  Hot and toasty here today in Norway and Christmas in July many places in blogland.  Decided to roll out Paper Smooches Zoo Crew and a few dies and make me a little jingle card.

This is a super scrapy card cos I used scraps for all the die cuts and also for the giraffe.  I stamped the giraffe, coloured with Promarkers and fussy cut.  I used Sizzix Crazy Accessory die for the santa hat, Gummiapan stitched square die to cut my base card and Stamplorations Jingle All The Way die for the sentimement.  I wanted a bit of bling so used red and clear sparkle embossing glitters for the hat and sentiment.

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Giraffe is joining the fun at
Paper Smooches Christmas in July Challenge
AAA Cards Game 119 - Christmas in July
Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas Challenge #393
Stamplorations Summer Cutplorations Challenge
Pixies Snippets Playground Challenge 330
MFT Stamps Summer School 2018 - White Space


  1. It's always good to use your scraps! Minimize waste and make a cute card in the process. Thank you for playing at AAA cards

  2. What a fun card, love the idea of a Christmas giraffe. Thanks for playing at AAA Cards.

  3. Super cute card, Gail! Love that you used up scraps to create this great card! Way to go!

  4. Cute Christmas card, great way to use u-p your scraps. Thanks for joining us at the CHNC Christmas Weekly this week for our "Anything Goes, optional use some Twine or Ribbon" Challenge.

  5. Oh Gail - this is totally brilliant! What a cute giraffe and a really super Christmas card. Love it!


    Di xx

  6. Hi Gail, what a lovely Christmas card this is. The giraffe with the Santa's hat looks extra adorable. Great way to use your scraps for all the elements on the card. Nice take on the Christmas in july theme. Thank you for playing along with us at AAACards. Happy Crafting. Hugs - Bharati

  7. What a cute Christmas card! This giraffe is so adorable with its Santa’s hat ! Love it !


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