Thursday, October 28, 2010

Christmas card

Hi. After a very hectic week trying to get my car fixed for a government inspection and then a 2am rush to the vet when my silly dog choked on a bone( luckily he coughed it up), I have finally found time to make a card. I have stamped the image with dew drop rocket red ink and used a spellbinders tag. Next week will be even busier with our largest horse race (Melbourne cup) on tuesday I have a 15 hr shift.. I have entered this card in the following challenges...

Bah Humbug...Elegence

Paper Garden....Holiday cards

Top Tip Tuesday...Anything goes

Crafty Purple Frog...Anything goes


  1. Look at you go GF... all those challenges for a super awesome card! Hope you win one or two!

  2. Nice and simple - very lovely!
    Thanks for sharing with us at the Crafty Purple Frog Challenge!

  3. Love the simple no fuss layout and the combination of red and white is always elegant. Thank you for sharing with us at Bah! Humbug! I hope you will join in with today's newest challenge.

    Max's Craft Creations
    Bah! Humbug! Challenges DT

  4. Such a beautiful card.. I really love the santa image.. very lovely work..
    Hugs, Linda

  5. Poor Laurel and Poor Hardy!
    Hope he's ok now.

    Love your Father Christmas card!!!

  6. How darling and vintage. Thanks for playing along at Paper Garden Projects!

  7. wonderful make, i love the image so much it is just perfect and it was a pleasure to stop by your blog this evening

    wishing you a lovley weekend, and good luck in the challenges

    sarah-louise(Purple Frog DT)
    tiggertastic blog

  8. Love the image used and the clean look to the card with just the red and white.

    Thanks for joining in with us over on our very first challenge on TCPF

    Jayne xx

  9. Lovely - what a wonderful vintage image!

    Thanks for playing along with the Paper Garden Projects challenge!


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