Good Morning, my lovely blog chums.....I do hope that you've been having a good weekend. The time has almost come for my hubby's shielding to be "paused", and as our restrictions have lessened, we have ventured out to the shops, a few times....have a few masks on rotation here, my favourite is a super pretty, Cath Kidston style floral print, which I am saving for best - can't even believe that I am typing those words, what have our lives become! Personally, I still don't intend to be going too far, or anywhere too peopley, but I guess we have to find our way in this funny old world.
I have another Christmas card, for the box, to share today.....
I am using the cutie that is James, from LOTV-snow angel stamp. I am using the good old Promarkers to colour. I used stickers
to create the snow effect. The textured snowflake paper is from a Martha Stewart stack, the dotty paper is from a trimcraft stack. Have used a faux stitched square die, and two snowflake dies - one from Joaana Sheen, and one from Marianne. Button added for effect. Own sentiment, using Cinnamon cake font.
I would like to enter these challenges please:
Sweet Stampin Christmas in July
Winter Wonderland Hip to be square
Cute Card Thursday #644 Christmas in July
Christmas Cards All Year Round July challenge - Cool It!
Just wanted to add one little picture, from my garden Last year Megan came home from the garden centre with what I thought was some kind of grass, she said 'it will come back next year", so I've planted it, cared for it.......and this is the reward
A Beautiful Agapanthus
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit today, I will be back tomorrow with a new challenge from Christmas with the Cuties...ooooooh!
For now, stay safe xx
Such an adorable card love your beautiful plant Ginny ♥ReplyDelete
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Lovely colours on this little beauty.
You made me smile when you said you were keeping one of your masks for best. We have been using the disposable ones but I am making my way up into the roof space to see what fabric I have that will be suitable to make some re-usable ones. Much more environmentally friendly.
Your surprise plant is beautiful! Nice when flowers come back every year.
Enjoy your Sunday.
Love Jules xx
Our theme - Cool it! - you have perfectly fulfilled this beautiful picture, Lisa. Thanks for joining us in CCAYR challenge. Hope you will participate in our next challenge. Martina - DTReplyDelete
An adorable card Lisa, such a sweet image.ReplyDelete
I'm like you, I will not be venturing very far in the near future.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
Such a pretty card and love your gorgeous flowers too!ReplyDelete
Many thanks for joining us at Cute Card Thursday this week!
Oh I do love James & what you have done with him is fantasticReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing with us at 'Winter Wonderland' this month
Hugs Shell xx
I agree with you - I'm hardly venturing out much and find large crowds of people now really unnerve me! How quickly we get used to the new normal - I think here in the UK we are much more aware too and keeping our distance more. No holidays for us this year - your Christmas card is gorgeous - I love that image and all the lovely papers you've added - thanks for joining us at Sparkles Christmas Challenge.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Lisa..love your design and colour combo for James. I love the agapanthus....so tall and elegant. Thanks for joining us at Sweet Stampin. Pat K xxReplyDelete
Gorgeous!!! Thank-you so much for participating in our CHRISTMAS CRAFTS ALL YEAR ‘ROUND challenge. Hope to see your beautiful creations in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!!ReplyDelete
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper
Adorable card! Love this! Thanks for sharing with us at CCAYR.ReplyDelete