Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Christmas card 2011

This is one of two designs I made for my Christmas cards this year, but I forgot to photograph the first design even though I made about 35 of them. I used the same stamp for both designs, which is made by Art Impressions F-1121. I used a Martha Stewart punch along the bottom of a small square card blank from Craftwork Cards. I embossed two lines with my Hougie board then added a strip of Christmas text paper between them.
I am entering this card in to the following challenges:
Whoopsi Daisy Challenge: sparkle and shine
Ruby's Rainbow Challenges: monochrome
Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge: Merry Christmas
Papertake Weekly Challenge: last Christmas card of the year
Paperplay Challenges: Christmas
Papercrafting Journey: Christmas
One Stop Craft Challenge: Christmas sparkle

12 comments:

  1. Love this elegant and stylish design Annette. The punched border is gorgeous.

    Hope you have a lovely Christmas.
    xx

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  2. Very elegant card! Thanks for playing along at OSCC this week and good luck!
    Ani, OSCC DT Member

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  3. Fabulous card!

    Thank you for sharing with us at Ruby’s Rainbow in our “Monochrome” challenge

    Hope you will join us again soon
    Merry Christmas

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  4. This is really elegant Annette. Love that image and the border makes it really different. What a good idea making your cards using 2 designs. Mine were all different and then I had to decide who got what - nightmare!

    Kat xx

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  5. Love the look of your card of less and simple. It looks great and solemn depicting the true meaning of Christmas!

    Thanks for joining us at Penny’s Paper-Crafty Merry Christmas Challenge!

    Kathleen – Guest Designer
    Blog: Creo by Lady Katutz at http://creobyladykatutz.blogspot.com/

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  6. this is so wonderful!

    thanks so much for playing along with us at Ruby’s Rainbow Challenges!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

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  7. I love your clean and simple card which shows the real meaning of hristmas! Thank you for playing along at OSCC this week! Good Luck!
    Hugs,
    Svit xxx

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  8. Lovely CAS card, thanks for playing with us at the Papercrafting Journey, blessings Hilde

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  9. What a lovely card I love it, so neat & the image is lovely too thank you for playing along at OSCC. Janet

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  10. Just perfect! Thanks for joining in with Papertake Weekly, Mary G x

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  11. A beautiful card, love the colour and all the sparkle. Thank you for joining us this time at Whoopsi Daisy. Hugs Christine x

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