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Friday, 10 August 2012

Blue & White

I'm sure I cropped this picture but I must have forgotten to apply the crop ! Well my blog has been well and truly neglected but hope I can get back to posting more stuff soon. I managed to complete my total of selling 100 cards for our Wednesday group charity (Parkinsons disease) Its taken up a lot of my time and the staff in the hairdressers shop want me to continue but after this week I'm not doing any more as I need to do other things !  Made this little Christmas card using the double sided clear sticky paper and white glitter and I love the snowy effect. The background is another new Justrite stampers background stamp,the tree is from Stampin Up. Appropriately this card fits
Samuel Taylors's challenge for Blue & White Christmas card ( I bought the stamp from their shop) also entering it at Stamps & fun= Creativity - Christmas In August


  1. What a gorgeous Christmas card Joan - the snowflake background is beautiful. Love the glitter - it really gives a glow to the scene.
    Well done on making and selling 100 cards for such a worthy cause. You deserve a medal.
    Have a lovely weekend ~
    Sylvia xx

  2. Ooh i love all the sparkle and the background is beautiful
    Lisa x

  3. Love the colour combination, its a gorgeous card. Congratulations on reaching your 100 Charity cards.
    Yvonne x

  4. Hi Joan, your card is just simply stunning - great colour combo. Many congratulations on making the 100 cards, it is such a worthy cause, our dear friend has just been diagnosed, it is such a dreadful condition. Crafty hugs, Anne x

  5. Wow your card looks really fanatstic,the backgroung is so gorgeous and the colours are really wonderful.
    Thank you for joining us at SFC.
    Many greetings

  6. Hi Joan, Lovely card and another fabulous background.
    Well done on making and selling 100 cards, a great achievement.
    Avril xx


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