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Sunday, 7 December 2014

Festive Ticket Gift Pouch. . . . . . . . .


Good afternoon everyone. Hope this finds you well. 

A quickie today as my original scheduled post decided not to go live and when I then tried to re-publish, it removed the photos !!! (perhaps Blogger has turned into a craft critic and decided the card wasn't up to much hahaha!!!)

So I've bought in something festive off the subs bench, that hopefully Blogger (and you) will like.

Now, I was asked by Kelly, the charity shop manager, if I could make something to hold some tickets she had bought for her brothers family for Christmas.
Thinking cap went on and this is what I came up with.

The front flap and back are the blue pearl card scored in half, with the squiggle shape hand cut with scissors.
I used white hammered card for the "pocket" to give the appearance of snowy ground (please run with me on that one lol!!!)
Moon, snowdrifts and frosty branches courtesy of a double sided adhesive circle/quickie glue pen and white iridescent glitter.


Ingredients
White PMD hammered card
Peacock Blue pearl card (Lime Tree)
Black PMD card
Inkylicious stamps
Robert Addams sleigh die set
X-cut circle die
Black Archival ink
Quickie glue pen
Iridescent glitters
Red bling for Rudolph


Did my best to line up the top stamping to match the bottom. Its another that really twinkles in real life. The flap sticks down with a bit of foam pad that I have partially de-stickied (a technical term) so it doesn't stick fast.

And of course, I had to pretty up the envelope to pop it in.


I am trying to catch up with my blog visits as I was out all day Thursday (met up with Wendy and John. . . . . .more on the next post. . . . . .and evening out with some more friends over from Spain) all day Friday (Morning, airport sale with Nesta, then long lunch with more friends and evening out with friends from Spain again) Saturday, round to Nesta before she headed off on her hols (she should be on a beach in Goa as I speak!!!) shopping and catching up with housework. 
Today was going to be chill day but have ended up trying to sort this out and do some extra washing. Then its back to work tomorrow (yuk a doodle doo!!!).

Will make sure I'm up to date on visiting you by the end of the day.
Ita, lovely to see you back. Hope you're back home now.
Tina, thanks for popping by. Still pop by to visit you but still can't comment (same with Debs Artliff and Claire)
Norah, I don't have time to read comments on Sue's blog but did pick up during my scrolling, that you may be poorly??? If so, hope that you feel better soon chuck.

Hope your Sunday is more restful.

See you soon.
TTFN

Ang x






22 comments:

  1. Brilliant!!! absolutely beautiful, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it.
    Ang this is fantastic, love the colours, the amazing stamping and design.
    My word your fairly living in the fast lane, lucky you.
    Hugs

    Patricia xxx

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  2. Wow Ang, just brilliant! I thought I was on the wrong blog for a minute there. Your card/ticket holder was looking very mixed media-ish, then I scrolled down and BLAM, sexy die cuts...and I knew I was in the right place!! ha!

    It's gorgeous inside and out, love the red nose on Rudolph, what a fabulous little bit! Big hugs to you, have a restful Sunday! hugs :)

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  3. Goodness Ang you really are packing lots into each day and no mistake! Really love the ticket holder such a lovely idea.
    Hugs
    Margaret corgi owner

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  4. Ang, this is a brilliant ticket holder, love the snowy scene. Gosh you made me feel tired reading what you have been up over the last few days, but it sounds like you have had lots of fun. Hazel xx

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  5. Love this design, lovely card and envelope, xxx

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  6. A lovely design and brilliant stamping well done you !! - I could never get it to match. Hope you had an enjoyable day. Janice xxx http://createdbyjan.blogspot.com

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  7. Wow this is fab and Kelly will be well chuffed with it xx I have a stamp and a die with the sleigh and reindeer - nees to get them out me thinks xx your stamping is fab xx GailT xx

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  8. FABULOUS pouch - super creative!

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  9. Hi Ange,
    What a wonderful pouch....love have you have done the scene so that when it opens it's part of another scene. Love the gorgeous envelope too.

    Love Sheila xx

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  10. Wow you have done a wonderful job of lining up those trees and making a scene on the inside cover.
    Can I send you over some of our drizzle. If this is summer I demand a refund. They are sizzling up in NSW and Qld not fair!!!!.
    Hugs
    Margaret M

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  11. Hi Ang, what a fabulous idea, love the snow scene, how clever to get the trees lined up. Sounds like you need some relaxing time, not work. Take care. Bx

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  12. Lovely idea , i really like it .
    Elaine H X

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  13. Hi Ang. What a gorgeous ticket pouch, I love the stamping, and Rudolphs red nose : ) Take care.

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  14. Morning Ang,
    This is lovely a great idea for tickets. Sounds like you have been very busy.
    Lydia
    X

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  15. Lovely idea Ang- really pretty.
    Love Val x

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  16. Hello Ang, this is gorgeous and what a fine job of the stamping, it's a fantastic design and will make the gift all that more special, love it, hugs Kate x

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  17. Gorgeous My daughter recently asked me to do a similar thing Mine look really ameteurish after this!

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  18. I'm very impressed with your freestyle swirling. Super idea for giving cash at Christmas too. Hugs Mrs A.

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  19. It is a beautiful, very original creation.
    Hugs
    Laurigami

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  20. Hi Ang just a quick catch up whilst Grandson is keeping his Granda company lol fab makes really gorgeous and thanks for your well wishes means a lot..huggles Sue xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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