Sunday, December 20, 2009

More Christmas Creations

Hello HO HO !
Well, I had fun making more cards today, last minute of course but I think I just about have enough..... Good thing that Stamp with Us have a Chrissie theme as that gave me an extra nudge to keep the Christmas creating happening. So, I made one card & liked the colours together as an alternative to traditional colours, so I got on a roll & made a couple more! These are the first cards this year that I have made with the Season of Joy set (I made everything with it last year!) & I was reminded of what a lovely combination of stamps it offers....and that made me happy, as opposed to finding that my CDs had been stolen from my car sometime this week, which did not make me happy!! Quite what they are hoping to do with "Children's car travelling favourites" (or some similar jolly title!) a Wiggles CD, "Row Row the boat & other all time children's greats!" among others, is quite beyond me!!! In fact, only a couple taken are ones I will miss, so it's no big deal thank goodness...(Mr 3 is not happy at all about the Wiggles loss tho')...but just don't go into my car without asking!!!
Sorry about that...I feel better now! Moving on....Here's my Stamp with Us challenge card:
And here are the cards together:
Stamps: Season of Joy, Many Merry Messages Ink & card: Baja breeze, pretty in pink, not quite navy other: pink taffeta ribbon, paper piercer, bella rose dsp, scallop edge punch, dazzling diamonds.
Good luck with any last minute stuff!
Caroline x


Sara said...

Great colour scheme and a fabulous set of cards. Wish we had the Baja Breeze but I'm thinking to substitute that with Sage Shadow and see how that works. Thanks for playing along.

Sara xx
Stamp With Us Design Team

Debi said...

Sorry to hear about the theft. That can really make a person mad, can't it? Oh well, maybe they will get some good use out of them. If they were children's CD's, maybe they will listen to them and learn some good manners. HA-HA!

Love the cards. Oh how I miss Baja Breeze. That was one of my staples last year.