|Showing the twinkle|
|Some dimension and texture, bot not too much that it becomes a LARGE postage rate project|
- White C6/A2, 250gsm, card blank and matching sized envelope
- One piece each of plain and ribbed white card cut to 9½ x 13½cm
- One piece of red card cut to mat, with a 1.6mm border
- Snippets of card in the white, black and red
- Sparkle 'n Sprinkle tall snowman stamped on to a snippet of white card using Memento tuxedo black (also on to the insert, reverse of card blank and the front and reverse of the envelope ... as you see above)
- Alcohol markers, Copic Atyou Spica glitter pens and Wink of Stella glitter brush pens used to colour
- Sparkle 'n Sprinkle sentiments stamped using Memento tuxedo black, cut out and matted on the front of my card and stamped directly on the insert, reverse of card and envelope
- Faber Castell glass bead glitter gel applied over the ribbed card
- Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas challenge - challenge No. 273 - CUTE or ANYTHING CHRISTMAS
- Craftbubble2½ (membership required) - Rudolph Day challenge - USE FABRIC AND/OR TEXTURE ... my layers have added texture and so has my glass bead glitter gel
- ABC of Christmas - March challenge - F is for FRILLS or NO FRILLS and we have to explain why ... mine is no frills as I LOVE the more CAS approach
- Holly Jolly Christmas challenge - challenge No. 68 - USE YOUR STASH - I've used a much loved stamp and my new fave texture product - glass bead glitter gel, along with SNIPPETS which (all too often) simply accumulate in a box!
On Wednesday my hubby's car had to go in to the garage for what we hoped was some very minor warranty work ..... the garage loaned us a car and we headed out for the day ..... yes, it DID involve lunch.
|Lunch at the Sally Pussey Inn|
|Then a walk around the duck pond in Devizes|
|And this handsome fellow posed for me!|
And now ... it's also time for the Friday Funny which, this week, comes to you courtesy of Wynneth. ENJOY! It's a little irreverent so, if you are easily offended please do NOT read on.
I know it's SERIOUSLY weird mentioning Easter in what is essentially a Christmas themed post but, to those of you who celebrate it - A VERY HAPPY EASTER