Sunday 31 July 2011

Anything Goes Design Team Call

For our current challenge please scroll down or click HERE

Anything Goes Challenge Blog are looking to expand our Design team.  We are searching for a few more talented crafter's to join our already fabulous team. No previous experience of working on design teams is necessary, (we all have to start somewhere.) 
  • Be able to create two new projects a month.
  • Be able to comment on your quote of entries. 
  • Post current challenges to your own blog.
  • To participate in any blog hops we may have. 
  • Enjoy working in a fun and friendly team.
  • But most of all to have fun and enjoy your craftiness with like minded crafty people.
  • As a DT member you will receive a discount for shopping at the Craft Den as a special thank you. 
If this sounds right up your street leave a comment with your Name and a short bio with a link back to your blog..
This call will be open from Today Wednesday 27th July until 
Wednesday 24th August 
Winning candidates will be contacted over the next following days with a view to start Tuesday 6th September.

Good Luck 
Lynne and The Design Team  

Anything Goes 'Pick of the Bunch' challenge

Hi all, my post today is for Anything Goes, which I have to send my appologies to the team for as its very late & with hind-sight I should have missed this challenge out, as things have been so hectic that I just haven't had a spare hour to get my post done. The fab challenge over at Anything Goes was'Pick of the Bunch' & you have untill Tuesday 9th August to enter. I just LOVE my paper flowers, so this was a great one for me! I used my new 'Magnolia with Butterfly Dress', which along with the rest of the Magnolia collections & a whole host of other crafty goodies can be purchased from 'The Craft Den'. They really have got some excellent products, plus the service is first class!

I made this box for my Auntie who has just had an operation to have a lump removed, which was successful & she's home now. But the tissue they removed was found to be cancerous, so she will have to have chemo as a precaution. My Mum went through the exact same thing last year & another sister (my other auntie) the year before that. So I wanted to make her something special to cheer her up, so heres what I made...


...The box is actually from my local Co-op & comes with 'Whoopies' (little cakes) which are extreemly delicious, let me tell you - there won't be a shortage of supplies, as I'm always buying them & have about 10 more ready to go!This is the main square of the project which would be like the card front. Beautiful papers are 'Anna-Lee' by Prima & is defo my fave pad at the moment - can't wait to but some more, you get such a lot of paper for your money too & the designs are simply to die for...


...The design is basically a box with a square easel card on top, which I've covered & decorated with designer papers. These are such great boxes to use, as they are 6" square, so work effortlessly with a 6x6 paper pad. They come with a square acetate apature on top & I wanted to still be able to see the cakes on the inside, so removed the origional acetate & I made the easel part with acetate, which covers the hole, but still allows you to see through. I then covered the bottom section of the easel with a circular apature with netting on, which kind of rests on the acetate & gives a really nice effect. I then continued with theme & repeated the netting apature feature on the card front also...


...The Easel lifts up so you can see all of the inside, plus it reveals a hand-written message on the back. Image has been coloured with Distress Inks, (see below for details) I've highlighted this along with the rest of the boxs' edges with flower soft. I've actually mixed 3 shades; Baby Pink, Baby Blue, Ivory...

Skin: Tattered Rose, Old Paper, Frayed Burlap
Cheeks: Barn Door
Hair: Old Paper, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Satin
Dress (main), hair-ties, shoes & flowers: Spun Sugar, Pumice Stone
Dress details, socks & stems/leaves: Shabby Shutters
Dress trim & flowers: Scattered Straw
Basket: Weathered Wood, Frayed Burlap
General Shading: Pumice Stone, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Satin


...The Tim Holtz grungeboard heart has been painted with white acrylic & distressed with Old Paper Distress Ink, then covered in a thick layer of clear Crackle Paint. The pink bit is not by me & I don't actually know how it happend, but I quite liked the effect, so decided it could stay! (its probably a spot of pigment from something like a Copic or ink pad, that I haven't noticed thats run when the Crackle Paints been wet.)
The swirl is a Magnolia Doo Hickey die & flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts...


...The bird has been made in the same way as the heart (see above) & set with an Aurora Sworofski crystal. The little fence I have made myself from strips of card-stock, punched with a hole & assembled into a fence shape with tiny sticky dots. Notice the over-sized hat pin, love these at the mo! The sentiment tab is part of the Prima pad again, which I've cut out & spelled out in Cosmo Cricket mini-alpha's. Below the name has been spelled in Making Memories alphabet stickers & the ornate corners are available from e-bay that I've sprayed white...


...This is the box front, which I'm particularly pleased with, as I just LOVE these Tim Holtz grungeboard hinges. I've painted them with white abrylic, then distressed with Olp Paper Distress Ink & finished with Glossy Accents. The little chipboard heart had been painted with plae pink acrylic paint & finished with Crackle Paint. (I LOVE my Crackle Paint!!!) I've then continued the netting theme by adding net to the apature & secured with 2 little pewter brads...

...Here's the back on the box, the curved label type shape is part of the Prima pad & helps to hide the die-cut oval sentiment on the otherside of the acetate. Notice the pretty lace, which runs all the way around the top edge of the box & gives a really luxurious effect. The stamp has been paper pieced & matted & layered on foam pads, then finished with a Sworfski AB Aroura crystal. The other mailin style stamp is by HOTP & both have been stamped in Sepia ink...

..& heres the whole thing straight on...

Sunday 24 July 2011

Whoopsi Daisy - 'Anything but Square' challenge

Hi all, another Monday which I think has come round even quicker than usual this week, meaning its time for another challenge at Whoopsi Daisy. This week we would like to see your shaped creations for the challenge 'Anything but Square'. I love my shaped cards anyway, so this was a great challenge for me. I had a really clear idea of what I wanted in my head & actually the end result just didn't turn out like so at first I wasn't best pleased. However it keeps growing on me the more I look at it & I've decided I do really like it, it's just diferent to my origional idea. The image is fantastic & think I'd have done it more justice if I'd have colour matched it to the papers a little better. But its still v.cute & you can tell how good an image it is to work with.

The image is from sheet 272 & comes like this. It can be purchased along with a whole host of other stunning Daisy images from here. Each sheet is sold for the bargain price of just £1.99 & usually contains 4 different images, however until the 29th July there is a buy 1 get 1 free offer, so thats a whopping 8 images for less than £2.00. WOW! Hurry now to take advantage of this special offer, theres something for everyone & all occasions, plus the images are so well drawn, versitile & v.easy/ fun to use.

Now heres what I did with it...
...I made a basic circluar card blank & cut a large scalloped apature using Spellbinders nestabilities dies. I then mounted the coloured image onto circles & scalloped circles 1size smaller than the apature. I punched 2  holes in the top of the card blank & the image & set with eyelets, & lastly hung the image inside using 3 jump rings...


...The papers are by Papermania its a little 6x6 I've had for years & thought it really suited the image because of the birdy papers in the collection. I always colour my Daisy birdies in blue, so these papers just really reminded me of them!

Skin: R000, E53
Cheeks: R20
Hair: E43
Dress & Hair Bow: B000, B32
Polka Dots, Seeds & birdies beaks: Y000, Y11 
Bottom of dress, Wings & Bow: R000, RV10, W-1
Bidies: B000, B12
Bird House: RV000, R81, W-1
Roof & Perch: V000, V01, V06
Wood & Dress Trim: G000, G21, YG03
Chimney & Bird Seed Bag: R00, R20, W-1
Smoke: W-1, B000
Outline: BG000
...Flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts, notice the colours...I've pulled some blue & pink flowers apart (theres a top & bottom layer to each flower) & layered them back together mixed - pink on blue & blue on pink. The flowers are arranged on a Magnolia Doo Hickey die-cut swirl...

...The acrylic heart is by Maya Road & they come clear. I've painted the reverse with pink & blue acrylic paint, then stamped the mini-sentiment by Stamps Away in Black Staz-on ink on the front. Lastly I've finished with a piece of lemon grosgrain ribbon threaded through & tied in knots at both ends. The little 'Love from' tag is part of the paper collection that I've mounted on to card.

Saturday 23 July 2011

Card Makin' Mamas - 'Food & Drink'

Hey there, todays post is for Card Makin' Mamas, where there challenge this forstnight is all about 'Food & Drink'. So you could interperate it any way you like. Actually I've been working on a really special box of cupcakes for my Auntie who's recently had an operation to remove a lump they found, which turned out to be cancerous so she'll have to have chemo as a precaution. The prognocis is good (well as good as it can be in these circumstances) so she should be fine. But I wanted to give her something special, so I was going to use that for this challenge as it would have been perfect containing an actual 'Food!', however when the sponser gave us this fab image to work with- I decided it wasn't really right for the shabby chique style & the Magnolia image I wanted to use. But just mentioning it to give you some ideas of what could be done for the challenge, & also to illustrate just how much scope it's got.

Also be sure to pop over to the Card Makin' Mama's blog to see how the rest of the design team has used the image, there's some fab makes & be sure to enter your 'Food & Drink' themed creations - we can't wait to see what you do! Anyhow withou further ado, onto my card...


The ever so cute papers are the 'Little Girl' 12x12 collection by Echo Park. I usually take ages deciding which papers to use for a challenge, or with a certain image, however I immediately knew I just HAD to use these fab cupcake papers with this fab cupcake image! The big Cupcake sticker mounted on the Spellbinders circles & scalloped circle dies is also from the collection. The little cupcake is actually from a Nitwits fat quater bundle called...yeah, you guessed it...'Cupcake!' I was experimenting a while back with digi printouts on grungeboard, shaping & distressing them & covering with Glossy Accents & had this little fellow left over & he kind of on he went!


Skin: R000, E53
Cheecks: R20
Hair & trim: V000, V01
Top & shoes: G000, G21, YG23
Pockets & collar: BV00, V06
Pants: V00, V06

Notice the lovely leather effect cerise pink flower. That was actually from a prize I won for a small magazine competition when I first started making cards nearly 4 years ago. I hadn't been doing it long at the time & it was the very first comp I won, I totally remember how it felt to win & how over the moon I was with the prize, which was only a small prize really, but it just meant so much to me (bless!). Isn't it funny how the smallest of items can really take you back?!!The die-cut swirls are Marriane design & the striped ribbon is doodlebug. The alpha letters come with the Little Girl collection, I've just stuck them individually onto card & adhered in place down the side of the image - fave little trick of mine there. Also notice the extreemly cute little tea-pot charm which I see about a lot & just LOVE! how adorable? think its the detail on such a small item & how the handle holds the jump ring, just think its really cool!

Wags 'n' Whiskars - 'Buttons & Bows' challeng, along with a ehoie exact

Hello again! & my second post for the day, is for the Wags 'n' Whiskars challenge blog. The challenge is 'Buttons & Bows', so very open ended with plenty of scope to pretty much do whatever you want! So why not head over to the challenge blog now using the link above, too see more insperation from the talented design team & also to enter your buttons & bows creations.

For my card I chose 'Bear Hug' digi from the Wags 'n' Whiskars Release 2 collection. I really love early Wags images, there just so delicate & pretty. This one looks great in these pastel colours - I think really brings out the pretty nature of the image & she just looks precious! To purchase the image used here or a whole host of other digis click here. To see the range of rubber stamps also available, click here.


...The scrummy papers from a are a Nitwit fqb called 'Cupcake' & the 3 I've used here are my favourutes from the collection. The striped grosgrain ribbon is by Doodlebug & the silk flowers only are Maya Road, the rest - Wild Orchid Crafts...

The border punch is Martha Stewart 'Doily' punch & the swirl is a marriane design, image mounted onto Spellbinders nestabliities scalloped rectangles. Alphas are from the Echo Park 'Little Girl colllection.

Monday 18 July 2011

Whoopsi Daisy 'Sparkle & Shine'

Morning all - another Monday and another fabulous challenge over at Whoopsi Daisy, where this week we'd like to see your sparkle & shine! I've loved every second of this make it's just so fun! So what are you waiting for? Get your shimmer out & shoiw us what you can do! Theres some real stunners from the design team as always so be sure to pop over & take a look if you haven't allready come from there.

For my card I wanted a fantasy/ mystical feel with a subtle sheen, rather than in your face glitter. I choose this particularly stunning little fairy image from sheet 60 which you can purchase for 1.99 & has 3 other great images on too. You can find this sheet, along with the rest of the Whoopsi Daisy images here.

Now here's what I did with it...


Stunning & mystical papers are by Basic Grey, flowers are mostly from Wild Orchid Crafts. Notice the cute little doily under the image, which co-ordinates nicely with the white floral lace & the ornate corner pirece that I sprayed to match as it actually started out life being silver! The edge punch is Martha Stewart doily & any of you who visit regularly will know its a sure favourite of mine! Also notice the groovy lil' acrylic heart. By Maya Road they come clear & I've painted one side with white & blue acrylic, applying each seperately with a dry brush effect. Then turn over & stamp the sentimenty with black Staz On & finished with a bit of grosgrain ribbon. You may only just be able to see the Tim Holtz wing tucked behind those flowers, with hind-sight I'd of liked it to show more & not really sure why its not coem to think of it cause I defo planned it to!!! That one's been painted with pale pink acrylic then the embossed parts highlighted with Stickles glitter glue.

Skin: R00, E00, E11
Cheeks: R20
Hair: E43, E57, E35, E47
Dress, shoes & hair bow: V000, V01, R81
Wings & flowers: V000, V01, R81, RV95
Socks, hair bow polka-dots & trim: B000, B32
Stems & leaves: G000, G21, YG03
Shadow outline: BV00

Image & papers have been highlighted with 'Fuchsia' Flower Soft.

Tuesday 12 July 2011

Anything Goes 'Easel cards/ More than 1 fold' challenge

Hello all & I'm really excited today to be showing you my card for the Anything Goes challenge, where this fortnight's was to create an easel card, or a card with more than 1 fold. As any of you who know me probably know - I LOVE my easel to work cards & am always doing them! So when I heard this challenge I was dying to give it a whirl! I decided on a circular easel, which I normally do with my smaller circle template & this is the first one I've done at this slightly bigger size. I'm not usually a massive fan of big cards & much prefer to work thast little bit smaller, but I maust say - the extra space gave me much more room to play about with the layout & I'm actually really pleased with the results!

Don't forget to head over to the chlalnege blog using the link above for more fabulous inspiration from the disign team who have, let me tell you - very much excelled themselves this time, if I do say so myself - the post looks amazing! Also don't forget that many of the products used here including the Magnolia stamp ranges can be purchased from 'The Craft Den' who have a ghreat range of products at fantastic prices, so why not pop over & check it out for yourself?!


...I made the circular easel by adhering this circle to the easel (Notice the pretty lace around the edge!)...


...I used 'Hello littel butterfly' from the 2011 Butterfly Dreams range by Magnolia & always love how she looks! The papers are mostly by Making Memories, except the plain peachy oval behind the image, which is actually a Fany Pants 'Lilac House' paper...

Skin: Tattered Rose, Old Paper, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Satin
Cheeks: Fired Brick
Hair: Old Paper, Scattered Straw, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Satin
Dress front & trim: Weathered Wood, Old Paper, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Satin
Dress back: Shabby Shutters, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Satin
Boots & ribbon: Spun Sugar, Frayed Burlap

Image highlighted with white Sakura pen.

...Most of the flowers are from Wild Orcid Crafts, except the big peach roses, which I will be selling on ebay shortly. The edge punch is a Martha Stewart double loop punch around the page. Gorgeous butterfly is Marriane Designs die & the tag is Spellbinders Nestabilities fancy tags 3. The sentiment is from the Fancy Pants Lilac House collection too. Notice the cute little doilies that I just can't get enough of using on my cards at the mo & probably the best ever value craft product?!!


I'd like to enter into the following challenges:

Monday 11 July 2011

Whoopsi Daisy 'We Love Pink' challenge

Hi all, another Monday & another challenge over at Whoopsi Daisy, where this weeks theme is 'We Love Pink' I think without doubt pink would have to be the most used colour for many crafters out there, so don't be shy lets see what you can do with your pinks! The design teams work is even more stunning than usual this week (maybe cause they all co-ordinate with each ohter being all pink!) but theres some really fab inspiration so pop over there now using the link above.

For my card I've used an extreemly cute little ballerina image from sheet 137 which I've been dying to use |& thought this challenge was perfect for it. (though I have to say I'm dying to use most of them really!) But this ones defo a favourite & along with an arrae of other beautiful images can be purchased here.


I wanted to do quite a simple layout to keep most of the attention on the pretty ballerina, so just accompanied her with flowers. I love these pretty pink foam roses & always use them for Ballet projects cause I just think it really suits them! The lovely check papers are an old Nitwit fqb called 'Itty bitty' I love it though & its seen its uses many a time!


Skin: R000, R11
Cheeks: R20
Hair: E37, E47
Tu-tu: RV000, RV10
Tights, flowers & wand highlighted with stickles glitter glue

Most flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts. The 2 supports are actually a Marriane Design corner die that I've trimmed down slightly & adhered inside the card. Other swirl is a Doo Hickey die.

Friday 8 July 2011

Card Makin Mamas 'Summertime' challenge

Hi again & time for another Card makin mamas challenge, where this fortnight its a 'Summertime' theme. Don't forget to head over to the challenge blog where you can enter your Summery creations & see some other fab inspiration from the design team...


...Scrummy papers that just scream out 'Summer' to me! are 'Sparkly Sweet' by K & Co. Magnolia image is 'Hello little butterfly' from the 2011 Butterfly dreams range. I made a circular easel card, by attatching this main circle to the base. Lovely wide white ribbon tied in bow & decorated with butterfly & button serves as stopper to keep the back standing upright...


...Notice the pom pom trim around the edges by Fancy Pants, such a great little trim!  Flowers by Wild Orchid Crafts & cute little charm from Bunny Zoe Crafts. (Also available from Stamp & Create if you live in America/ Canada) 'Summer Breze' sentiment has been stamped with Studio G mini-alphabet stamps onto kraft cardstock, then I've made 2 tabs from the same cardstock as the base... 

Skin: YR000, YR20
Cheeks: R20
Hair: E43, E47
Dress front, sleeves, boots & outer butterfly: V000, V01, R81
Dress back & inner butterfly: B000, B02
Dress trim: Y000, Y15
Ribbon: G000, G21

...I made the little ornate pin using beads set with Glossy Accents. Shiny butterfly has actually been recycled from a Birthday tag! The swiss dot button is from my local market & has been tied with twine.

I'd like to enter this card into the folowing challenges:

Wags 'n' Whiskars 'Happy Birthday' challenge

Hi all! Well its Friday & time for another challenge over at Wags 'n' Whiskars. Be sure to head on over there to enter your Birthday creations, or just to check out the rest of the DT's work, as theres some real beauties just waiting to get your creative juices flowing! I know mine were for this challenge & I'm particularly pleased with this make, defo my fave Wags make so far! But then again, working with such fab images, its hard to go wrong! I went for another semi-circle card, this time with a label instead of the usual circle on top!


...I used 'Ansley's Suprise' which I just LOVE!!! and can be purched from the Wags 'n' Whiskars official outlet. The scrummy papers are Vintage Rose by Craftwork cards...

Skin: R000, E53
Cheeks: R20
Hair: E43, E57
Skirt, headband & tiny bow: R00, E02
Top: B000, B32
Cardigan: W-1, W-5
Wings: B000, B32, B12
Waistband & present bow: B000, B95
Box: R000, R02, R22
Ribbon: G00, G21

Most of the flowers are Wild Orchid Crafts - I especially love the big peachy pink one & it killed me using it as it's my very last 1! I'm a bit crazy like that & will only use my last ones of something thats a fave like these flowers on a make where I think is worth it! Silly little me with another of my obsessive tendancies! Oh how the human mind works never ceases to amaze me...or is it just me?...maybe its just me! haha. The swirls are Marriane Design dies & help to balance the card, as does snipping a little of the back of the circle so it stands flat on the surface. The little pewter book plate is We are Memory Keepers & notice the cute little charm which is available along with an arrea of other charms from Bunny Zoe's crafts if your in Europe or Stamp & Create if you are in Canada /America.


I'd like to enter into the following competitions:
Bling it on - Anything Goes

Monday 4 July 2011

Whoopsi Dasiy 'Hot, hot, hot' challenge

Hi all - its Monday so time for another Whoopsi Daisy post & the challenge this week is 'Hot, hot, hot'. I just love this adorable image which is from Sheet 269 & can be purchased here. If you've never come across these Whoopsi Daisy images before your in for a real treat & you really must go & check them out. The designs are amazing, so well drawn & the service from Linnie is first class. There are usually 4 images on each sheet and at just £1.99 per sheet, the value speaks for itself, and if that wern't good enough allready, there is a special offer on - buy one get one free. So thats a whopping 8 images for less than £ then, what are you waiting for? Perfect excuse to spend a few pennies me thinks on some of the best value & totally gorgeous images you'll ever buy.  Don't forget to head on over to the Whoopsi Daisy site to enter your 'hot hot hot' creation & to check out the rest of the DT's work who have some really fab inspiration for you...


...Stunning papers are by fancy pants that I've had in my stash for ages & couldn't wait to team them with a fitting image, so when I chose to use this one, I dug them out right away! I do love my easel cards & especially with a littlt twist like this... I stuck this circle on to a twisted easel base...


...I've adhered blue lace around the edge of the circle & sandwitched it bewteen the patterned paper & the cardstock underneath. The edge punch which you can only just see under the paper strip across the center of the card is Martha Stewart doily punch & the scalloped circle framing the image is Spellbinders Nestabilities die. All the edges have been lightly sanded with an emory board...


Skin - R000, E00, E11, E43
Cheeks - R20
Hair - E43, E57, E47
Dress, shoes & flower in hair - RV000, R81, RV34
Sleeves, under-skirt & tiny flower center - Y000, Y11, Y15
Ribbon on dress & leaves - G000, G21, YG03
Birdies & lacey trim on dress - B000, B02
Bird nest - YR20, E35, E47
Shaddow outline - W-1

Linnie I just had to mention whilst I'm looking at this image - your designs are just amazing & my absolute fave cards are the ones I make with your images. Thankyou so much for these stunning images that you make for us, it is much appreciated & being on this design team is a real honour for me.x


...Love these over-sized pins & they will be available on my ebay store shortly. Notice the glass bubble on the bow, which I've made by adhering a punched circle of patterned paper. Also notice the cute little doily, which I just can't get enough of at the mo & will be putting a permanent link to the great little e-bay store I get them from on my side-bar. The raffle style ticket is by Tim Holtz & the flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts...


This cute little mushroom charm & more are available from Bunny Zoes craft store. The swirl die is a Magnolia Doo Hickey & te diamante brads are Papermania - one of my very first purchases 3 years ago! (don't know how they've lasted this long! they have done extreemly well, haha.)

I'd like to enter this into the following challenges...

Whoopsi Daisy X-mas in June challenge

Well before I post this weeks challenge for Whoopsi Daisy - I have another post from last weeks challenge with a big appology & dummy hat for me, as I totally forgot to post my creation for last weeks challenge. Sorry all - it was all done & saved as draft but I just never published it & only realised last night after it was pointed out to me.(such an idiot!) anyhow I thought I'd post it today before this weeks challenge just to show off the stunning image which I am just gutted I didn't post when I should have done. Actually whilst I'm on the subject, perhaps someone could help...I have on a few occasions tried to schedule my posts to start, but every time I have set it, its never published it. I'm going to 'post options' & selecting 'scheduled at' then changing the date & time accordingly, but no joy as yet. Does anyone know what the problem may be, or if I'm going wrong somewhere. This is probably a really stupid question, but does the computer have to be left switched on for it to work? Any help on the matter would be much appreciated as I often write my posts in advance.

So here is LAST weeks challenge post (please don't get confused - this is now closed for entry I just thought it was a shame for it to go to waste & wanted to show off this stunning image which is my fave christmas image I've EVER used!!!)

Hi all & this weeks Whoopsi Daisy challenge is Christmas in June. Great challenge I always love making cards out of season as I think it gives you a nice change. Also it reminds you that in crafters terms Christmas is only around the corner (big sigh) where exactly is it that the time goes again?!! This simply adorable image is from sheet , which along with an arrea of other christmas images can be purchased here. Why not head on over & see if you can get organised with your christmas makes, theres loads to choose from & something to suit everybody & with the outstanding value of these images - I know what I'll be using this christmas for my christmas cards!


I went for a semi-circular card blank, with smaller image circle, which is a bit of a trusty favourite plus I just think that it really suits these daisy images for some reason. How cute is this little angel?!!. Notice the 'snow' effect, which I've done with white flock & the wings have been highlighted with candy pink stickles glitter glue. I LOVE this lace for this design as I think it suggests icycles. I didn't plan the design to look like a sleigh from the outset, but when I was positioning the Magnolia Doo Hickey die-cut swirls, I kinda thought it gave the impression of a sleigh too. This stunning card-stock that I just can't get enough of at the mo is Bo Bunny double dot & gives a great embossed effect, bringing instant texture to your creations. The yummy papers are DCWV rose-tinted christmas stack & are my absolute fave x-mas papers EVER!!!
Notice the little punched snowflakes set with sworofski crystal centers...


Skin - R000, E00, E11, E43
Hair - E43, E57, E47
Cheeks - R20 
Dress - RV000, R81, RV34
Gloves - E00, R20
Sleigh - B000, B02
Holly leaves - G000, G21, YG03
Holly buds - R27,m RV29
Shaded outline - BV00



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