Thursday, 24 November 2016

MAWTT November Challenge. . . . . . .


Good morning everyone. Hope all ticketys are boo?

Its time for another challenge for Team A over at MAWTT and the lovely Christine has chosen the theme of . . . . . . . . . .

Anything goes with Christmas

Now, it was probably just as well as I had only made one Christmas card and was all behind (in more ways than one lol!!!)

I hope that you can take a moment to pop over and see what we have created for inspiration and even better if you take the plunge and enter the challenge.


Ingredients
Cream and brown card
Gold mirror and vintage gold card
First Edition Gilded Winter 8x8 paper
Sue Wilson Snowflake Corner, Border and Tag die
Sue Wilson Christmas Tree Greetings
Dovecraft snowflake stamp
Versamark
Gold mica
Gold ribbons
Teeny gold bling


I cut the tree die out of brown, vintage gold and gold mirror card and stuck them together, staggered to give a depth/shadow effect.
And much as I adore First Edition papers, I just felt this one needed a bit of a bling up so that's why I added mica snowflakes.
The card measures 7x7 and is not too deep so its ok for posting.

I hope that you can visit MAWTT and join in.

Still taking things a day at a time but did manage to venture out for an early dinner with Mr D to a local hostelry yesterday.

Best be off to crack on with these Christmas cards.

TTFN
Ang x





22 comments:

  1. Really enjoy this card - makes a change from black and gold. I've got this die so will probably be having a play today. With a disabled husband, a daughter with a broken leg giving me extra kids and dogs in the house and a builder building my new kitchen I am way behind this Christmas so your lovely idea is very welcome! Keep well and take care of yourself! xx

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  2. Hi Ang, what a lovely card, the die looks beautiful staggered with the different colours. Hope the Christmas cards are going well, I need to get going with mine. Take care. Bx

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  3. Very stylish. I have this border die and not used it so will adapt with other bits I've got.
    Glad to here you are getting about a bit.
    Jan
    Northampton

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  4. Hi Ang
    A beautiful festive card ,and lovely paper, i am behind with my cards too ,am seriously thinking of making a donation to Andrews Hospital Ward instead of sending so many cards .
    Pleased you managed to get out with Mr D .
    Take care Chuck .
    Elaine H X

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  5. What a great card, Ang. Love the way you have stacked the tree die.

    Anne (Northampton)

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  6. Hi Ang, what a luxurious card, beautifully designed with those dies.
    Pleased to hear you are taking things easy.
    I've been up since silly o'clock today, even Teallach was still sleeping, so I just got stuck into the next pair of socks. Have a lovely day, Kate x

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  7. Beautiful card Ang. Keep on taking it easy and being positive. Best wishes. Xx

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  8. What a stunning card. Beautiful, beautiful anyone and everyone would like this card on their mantlepiece, me for one. This is the first time l have commented on your blog but l always read it, along with John's, Julia and Sues. Look after yourself now the cold weather is with us. Kind regards Sandra.😊

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  9. Stunning Ang, a classy card, xxx

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  10. Hello Ang,
    Beautiful, opulent and gorgeous, what more can I say?
    Glad you managed to go out to dine, and hope you are feeling much better. All behind - you - I don't believe it ha ha.
    Maureen xx

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  11. Hi Ang,
    oh my this is gorgeous and so very luxurious with all that lovely gold.
    I love your very super design too.
    Hope you are feeling ok now.
    Love and big hugs from my house to yours.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  12. What a beautiful card Ang - so love this and your beautiful card - a very classy make Mrs. Sorry I've not been by lately, you know why, but I've just been scrolling down past all your lovely makes to find out what's been happening in the life of Ang! So you've been poorly, chest infection and ticker troubles??? Am i reading this right? a hospital stay and tests??? Good grief, I hope you are ok and that those amazing antibiotics are doing away with all the nasties? Clearly I need a bit of a health update, but I hope you're ok pet, and I'm sending a hug cause I'm sure that will help too, Jx

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  13. Hi Ang

    I love this stunning card, it's so beautiful

    I also had a good titter with your comment on John's blog today, you are funny :)

    I hope it's not too long before you and Mr D visit another hostelry!

    June x

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  14. A lovely card Ang very opulent with all that gold.
    I've emailed Wendy for some more details

    Take care

    Xxxx

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  15. A lovely card Ang very opulent with all that gold.
    I've emailed Wendy for some more details

    Take care

    Xxxx

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  16. Lovely Card Ang very rich and stylish. Will have to have a go at something like this.
    Hope your are feeling better.
    Wendyx

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  17. Lovely card I need to get cracking with Christmas cards I have made a few but not nearly enough I have booked two days off work next week to do exactly that
    Glad you managed to get out with Mr D

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  18. Hi Ang! Stunning Christmas Card - someone very luck enjoy it! Hope all is well with you. Have a great day.
    Donna

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  19. Morning Ang,
    Stunner, soryy I missed your post until today.
    Lydia
    X

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  20. Stunning Ang! I just love gold on a Christmas card and this one is absolutely breathtaking!! I hope you enjoyed your dinner with Mr D. Been thinking about you. hugs :)

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  21. Another gorgeous creation! Love the word Christmas tree!

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  22. This is beyond beautiful! I am so inspired!!! Hugs, Autumn

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