Friday, 13 December 2013

Seasons Greetings. . . . . . . . .


Good morning everybody. Friday the 13th. . . . . . eek!!!  Hope all is well with you and yours. Thank you for your concern and best wishes. Feeling better now thanks but still sniffy and a bit Russian shot putter. . . . . . Ivor Chestikoff. . . . . . . boom boom!!! Never fear, I shall never let illness stand in the way of a terrible joke.
Why is it that folk are always willing to share germs but not cash?
Kate and Gail, whose this Toddie fella that does you wonders and can you spare him for a few days hahaha!!!
Jackie, its probably too late to wish you safe travels and thank you for your lovely comments. I always try and find a bit of humour in what can be a sad world and would rather smile than frown (not sure which gives you worse wrinkles but heyho).

Now today's card is another quick make. I started with an A5 cream card base and I ran the front through the GC with my homemade baubles mask. I then cut four different sizes of the SB Heirloom Ornaments 2010 from gold mirror, red and cream card as shown.

Also, I cut two of the calyx from the Britannia Medium Rose die from red card. I layered all the baubles with thin foam pads. I used a gold Promarker to draw veins on the calyxs to look like a poinsettia, popped this on top and then added a gold gem. I then popped a star on top.
Sentiment is heat embossed in gold.


Quick and easy but hopefully nice. Aiming for something a bit more elaborate for next time.

Until till next time folks, keep warm and well and be good.

TTFN
Ang x

12 comments:

  1. Glad you are feeling a bit better, I agree with you it's better to smile than frown. Love your card CAS and lovely. Hazel xxx

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  2. Looks great, very stylish. Better to smile, doesn,t use as many muscles. Xxxxx

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  3. Morning Ang,
    Pleased to hear you are felling a bit better at least you should be fully recovered before Christmas. Great card using my favourite bauble shape, used this a lot myself this year again.
    Take care,
    Lydia
    X

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  4. Lovely bauble and card,glad you are feeling a little better
    Take Care
    Elaine H X

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  5. Glad you're on the mend Ivor! Lovely card from this gorgeous bauble. Hugs Christine xx

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  6. Good afternoon Mrs Duck - glad you are feeling better xx this toddy fella only visits on very rare occasions and usually when you are not looking your best!! lol xx luv your card and again your fab home made emboss folder xx have a luvly weekend xx GailT xx

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  7. Hi Ang,

    Great card, love the 'look alike' poinsettia in the middle really sets the card off.
    I love using these bauble they look so lovely on a card don't they?

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  8. Hi Ang hope your feeling a lot better, I've had a chesty cough for weeks I can't shift it , great card and have a great weekend huggles Sue xxx

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  9. Hello Ang, glad your on the mend. Lovely card made with the dies, love that you've used the mirri card, just looks like those glass baubles. Take care, hugs Kate X

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  10. Good evening Ang, so glad your feeling better. Just keep smiling, smile wrinkles are much more attractive than "frown" lines.
    Brilliant card, love what you have done with the Bauble. The layers are great, as are the the colours.
    I have that bauble.........yet another unused Die this year.
    Have a great weekend

    Patricia xxx

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  11. So very beautiful and quite elegant. Merry Christmas Mrs. Duck!
    From another quacker

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  12. great card love what you did with your template for the embossing...1st time here visiting you...hello from california
    bibiana
    I post different projects in these...
    blog in english; http://stampingwithbibiana.blogspot.com/
    blog in french;
    http://davebrethauer.typepad.com/acrearsedijo/
    blog in spanish ;http://davebrethauer.typepad.com/acrearsedijo/

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