Friday, 25 March 2011

2nd post - challenge entry!

Afternoon folks,

Been to the hairdressers so am all primped and ready to rock and roll!!!

If you've not seen my earlier post with the Friday funny then do check out the video which once again proves that you should never (EVER) mess with the old folks - they didn't get where they are today by not learning a thing or two on the way!

Made my challenge entry for the current "TREES" themed Christmas card over on Bah Humbug before I went but didn't have the chance to photograph it before I went out.



Materials used:
  • 5" square white card and envelope
  • Papermania image inked in Brilliance Pearlescent Ivy on to white card panel
  • Penny Black sentiment inked in Ranger Archival jet black on to white card
  • Deep green card for matting
  • Four faux crystal gemstones
  • Crystal stickles to bling it up!

Hope you like it and it's another Christmas card made in readiness - at this rate I shan't need to make any in a batch this year - YAY!

10 comments:

Dora said...

Hi Kathy, this is beautiful, and so elegant, loving that tree stamp xx

the crafty duck said...

Hi Kathy, glad you found your way out of the forest hee hee this is a gorgeous card, your tree is really elegant, lots of love Steph

Sandra said...

A really lovely card.

Fleur said...

Hi Kathy. I love this christmas card the tree is lovely & the gems add the perfect touch.
Hugz Fleur xXx

Ann said...

Kathy this is just gorgeous - love the shape you've used for your sentiment - really striking. The tree is fab.
Ann xxx
Bah! Humbug! DT

Kobie's Crafty Corner said...

Hi, Kathy this is just beautiful!Love the Christmas tree image!

Hugs Kobie

Katiejane said...

This is so cool Kathy. Great tree image and well done on getting ahead of the game.
Katie x

Aquarius said...

An elegant card - great

butlersabroad said...

Love this Kathy, that's such a great tree stamp, it just doesn't need anything else does it?

Hugs
Brenda

KSD Creations said...

Your card is lovely. I adore the dark green with the pristine white.