Wednesday, 6 April 2016

A Little Christmas Sparkle. . . . . . . . .


Good morning lovely blogging buddies. Hope you are all well?

Its a short and sweet visit today I'm afraid as working full time this week so not much free time.

Now, I discovered a few Christmas cards that I hadn't popped on the blog so I hope you don't mind a bit of festive sparkle in April lol!!! These are ones I made and sent last year rather than advance prep for this year........I'm not that organised lol!


Ingredients
White card
Holographic card
White funky foam
SB 2013 Snowflake Pendant die
Presscut Square dies
A circle die
Docrafts A4  Snowflake embossing folder
Holographic glitter
Iridescent glitter
CE sentiment


I cut the the snowflake out of white funky foam a couple of times and glued them together to give it depth, rather than try and foam pad one cut from card. I covered the top in glue and dunked in the glitter.
I think you can pick up some of the sparkle from the photos.

Flying visit, as I said. I promise I will catch up with blog visits on my next day off.

Take care all and be good.

TTFN
Ang x







17 comments:

  1. Hi Ang
    I don't mind a Christmas card in April chuck ,it brightens the day with a bit of sparkle, lovely deep embossing too. Love how you dunked your snowflake { i usually dunk biscuits but never mind } Have a lovely day even if you are working doh.
    Take care
    Elaine H X

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  2. Morning Ang,
    Lovely card.
    Lydia
    X

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  3. Good morning Ang don't work too hard save some energy for relaxing. I know it is supposed to be turning colder this week but I hope not cold enough for sparkle! Do like your funky foam idea though. Bye for now Jackie xx

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  4. Lots of sparkle on this card Ang. I must really get started on my Christmas makes. Love the daffodils all we have to look forward to is shorter days and cold. It has forgotten how to rain in our little end of Tassie and the garden is soo depressed just adds to my gloom. Ah well as you know there is spring at the other end of winter.
    Hugs Margaret M

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  5. I've never used funky foam but its a great way of getting dimension on our cards. Love this, Ang.

    Anne (Northampton)

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  6. Hi Ang, I great idea, coincidentally, I came across some thick snowflakes that I had bought from somewhere in the sales, with the idea of doing something crafty with them, you've given me a good idea now!! Janice xx
    Http://Createdbyjan.blogspot.com

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  7. Hi Ang,

    Gorgeous Christmas card, you could make a batch of these lol!

    Have a great day

    Love & hUgs

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

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  8. So beautiful Ang, and how perfect for the crazy weather we're having right now! Seems that the weather that I waited all winter for has finally arrived. Unfortunately, I don't want it any more!! HAHA! Isn't that always the way of it! Love your glittery snowflake. Hope you're keeping well. hugs :)

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  9. Hello Ang,
    Beautiful card, even if it's an old one and the funky foam is a great idea. Don't work too hard this week,
    Maureen xx

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  10. Spectacular - fancy and yet so simple. Gorgeous!
    sandy xx

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  11. Yum, sparkle and texture and depth! What more could you want from a man. Wait. What? That's not what I meant, Shirley! I meant in a Cc, like you've made here, Ang! Gorge!! Enjoy your day! Hugs, Darnell

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  12. Hi Ang, fabulous card, loads of sparkle and what more could you want on a Christmas card. Don't you dare work too hard, Kate x

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  13. It's always the right time of the year to share Christmas cards and that is a lovely one. Cara x

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  14. Hi Ang, a really lovely card, very sparkly. I was a bit worried when I looked at the title of the blog post that you had got a jump start on us for this year. Take care. Bx

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  15. I don't mind Christmas in April this year is going so quickly.
    I know how hectic life can get while working full time I try to set time aside on Sunday to craft although this week I'll be at Ally Pally xxx
    http://ivyleafcrafts.blogspot.co.uk/

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  16. I don't mind at all seeing Christmas in April I need a lesson in lining up card to get an aperture card with a border Mine always go skew whiff! Are you going to AP?

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  17. Well since i make Christmas cards all year round I can't see a problem with Christmas in April. And this is a super sparkly offering. Hugs Christine x (Rather late, but I'm catching up.)

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