Thursday, 10 November 2011

My COOL friend

Flourishes "Sweetest Noon Time Challenge"


Ok... what can I do... still waiting for my Christmas papers, but if I continue making Christmas cards I am going to be done before they arrive. I ordered them at the beginning of the month so probably they will arrive by the end of this month. Not enough time!!!. As you may noticed I am in love with the snowflake punch... and when I bought them I thought I wasn't going to use them that much, they are from Martha Stewart. The paper for this card... I shouldn't say it, if you follow my blog you should know by now :) ..."Dashing" from SU and Whisper White, Real Red and Old Olive. I tried my sewing here, but I hated it so I was going to throw this card away, but then I though it doesn't look that  bad. This time the challenge is  "Red, White and Soft Green". The stamp is Snow Much Fun from SU as well as the brads. I used Copic Markers to colour the image previously inked with Memento Tuxedo Black, and spellbinders for my shape. Thanks for looking and please leave a comment, I love them!!!.

Here is the image we should be inspired by:

8 comments:

ChristineCreations said...

How adorable! You picked the perfect paper! Thanks for playing with us at Flourishes!

Athina said...

i love everything about this card!!

Tracie said...

That is a fabulous card! You make me want to forget fall and start winter early - LOL!

RORO LEE said...

LOL! I was thinking I saw the snowflake punch somewhere and then you mention it by yourself! Cute card! Beautiful Christmas colors! I don't like waiting, so I buy things in amazon or craft stores. Wish your order arrive home soon!

AnnMarie said...

Love this card! The sewing is the perfect touch! :)

Pam said...

I'm glad you didn't throw your card out because of the sewing, because it is amazing!!! I haven't sewed on a card yet :( I don't like sewing and don't have any room to set up my machine, but I love how it looks. Great job!

Moira said...

Great card!

Love it!

I like the sewing too.. doesn't always have to be perfect.

Heather B said...

I think the sewing is great! Do you use a machine to do that?