Monday, 17 December 2018

Da Bomb

Hello.  Welcome.  I was supposed to finish writing my christmas cards today.  Plan A!!  I bombed!!!  Ahh well, tomorrow, tomorrow, I love you tomorrow.........  Did I tell you my middle name is Procrastination.  If you don't know what that means I'll tell you later.  But I did make one more card to add to the gotta write and send these pile......


I made this in response to a quick challenge over at the Unity fb group, but this evening they extended the deadline to thursday!  Good job they did that after I had made this cos otherwise I wouldn't have had anything to share with you!!!!   I've used stamps from Unity All Winter Long kit.  I stamped the background stamp on a white panel I cut with Stamplorations stitched rectangle die.  I stamped the snowman stocking a second time on a scrap of white card, coloured and fussy cut it.  Then I added silver glitter to the bottom and irridecent glitter to the snowman.  I stamped the sentiment on a scrap of black card and embossed with white powder.  

Off to write some xmas cards LOL.  Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Stitch It Up
Pixies Snippets Playground Challenge 341
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Christmas
Country View Challenges - Christmas
Paperbabe Stamps Challenge 88 - Anything Goes 

4 comments:

  1. Love this card Gail - also very time-saving yet with lots of impact!

    Merry Christmas

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  2. wonderful card!
    Happy holidays ! 🎄

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  3. Lovely card. Thank you for joining in with the Country View Crafts challenge.

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  4. Thanks so much for joining the Christmas challenge at Country View Challenges. Good Luck and hope to see you again. Teresa DT xx

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