Wednesday, 7 August 2013

Christmas Card Challenge # 36 Sketch ...........

Good Morning Readers,
Well I have just stumbled through the door, after finishing my night shift........ one more to go, so I will be crawling in to bed shortly....... but what I would rather be doing is playing with my new printer....... as my regular readers will now, my old printer died on me at the weekend, and I have been lost without it, although saying that, it has made me use up old stash...... example is my entry for christmascardchallenges  which is below, also a pic of my new printer.......Anyhoo, must love and leave you all, as I am of to bed, night night..........

Recipe for my Design
5 by 7 Scalloped Edged White Base Card
Distressed the Base Card using Tim Holtz Weathered Wood Distress Ink,
Christmas Image from Pantheon Arts
Olive Green Linen Card Stock used for the Layering and the Fancy Edge
X Cut Corner Punch
X Cut Flourish Die
Spellbinder Oval Die
Christmas Holographic Peel Off

This is my New Printer, it  also  photo copies, and scans


  1. Morning Sue

    Great card,love the fancy flourish die.

    Printer looks cool,hope the inks are to expensive for it.


  2. I love your take on the sketch. The flourish vine die is terrific (I might have to get one of those). And I also like your corner punch. Sorry to hear about your printer, but new ones are always nice (I have 3 just in case something like that happens...or I run out of ink--I'm addicted LOL). Thanks for joining us at Christmas Card Challenges this week. Good luck.
    --Heather G

  3. Just had to say that I really like the vintage image and the woderful puched corners! Thank you for having some fun with us at Christmas Card Challenge #36 and happy to see you used the sketch too. Your new printer looks great!

  4. A very pretty card. Thank you for sharing with us at CCC. It's prize week so remember to pop back on Sunday. Hugs x

  5. Beautiful card, I love the image you've used! Thanks for joining us this week at Christmas Card Challenges.


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