Sunday, 29 March 2015

Christmas Card Club # 7 - Feature A Creature

Good morning , although it's perhaps not so good really.  Where has spring gone? It's the first day of British Summertime and it's like winter.  I think the north of England and Scotland are forecast to have it pretty rough unfortunately. The right weather to be showing a Christmas card ... lol!

Well Maureen chose our topic today and as you can see, she asked us to use a "critter", or more than one, on our card this time.  I have a polar bear and a baby penguin in my image.  I am trying to keep the majority of my Christmas cards flat and so everything is glued down and nothing raised on foam tape.

My Card


Recipe
15 cms square base card - Rymans
Dark blue card - very old from my stash
Snowflake Lattice e/f - Creative Expressions
Starburst Die - Joanna Sheen Signature die
Decorative Labels One - Spellbinders 
Image - LOTV topper
Star gems - very old from my stash

A very easy card because if I am to be perfectly honest the days ran away with me and I had to make this very quickly last night. Photo taken with flash because it was late and dark, so not the best but I'm sure you get the idea.

Take card and enjoy the rest of the weekend.






26 comments:

  1. Good morning Christine, like winter here as well.........who said it was Summertime???
    Your card is beautiful, love everything about it.
    Enjoy your days
    Patricia xxx

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  2. Looks wonderful, Christine! That spray of stars in fabulous...and looks great with your image here!

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  3. Morning Christine,

    Gorgeous Christmas card, love the image and the dies used, they match up very well together.

    Have a great day

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. Gorgeous card Christine, I love the sweet image and beautiful detailing.
    hugs Sue xx

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  5. Hi Christine
    Fabulous card... Love you cute image....
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  6. Fabulous card Christine. I just love polar bears and have quite a few in my collection. Have a Good Day. Hugs Rita xxx

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  7. What a cute image you have chosen for this lovely card Christine and great embellishments too. Have a good Sunday.
    Lorraine

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  8. Lovely Christmas card Christine.
    Our weather has changed here and we hit 32 degrees yesterday so the BBQ is out now for the summer and will be lit later today. xxx

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  9. Beautiful Christmas card Christine, such a sweet image! It's horrid here too..hoping it will soon be gone and Easter will be good! Hugs Carole Z X

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  10. Over here ons the other side of the Northsea we've got the same "spring' weather with lots and lots of rain and strong winds.. So your christmascard fit's to the weather.... I like it!! (the card I mean!)
    Have a nice sunday (good for crafting....)
    Lia xx

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  11. Morning Christine,
    A lovely Christmas card.
    Lydia
    X

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  12. I love this card the topper is gorgeous Love those LOTV polar bears. You are right our weather in the NE is awful right now just hope it gets warm soon I don't think I've been warm since I came back from my long holiday. Have a great weekend Love and hugs Carole x

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  13. Brrrr! It really does look so frosty with the image theme, the colors used. Always admire the LOTV images, and the die shape on this one is so pretty. The silvery star flourish is in keeping with the frost theme as well. Doesn't look fast & smart idea to keep the flat surface to ease the postage woes. Great card, Miss Christine. Hope your weather gets better. It's beautiful here in Florida, but a friend told me our home area was set to get a freeze last night. Should be the last of our winter. We have a friend from Massachusetts with us, and his home area got snow yesterday. Ugh. I'm enjoying the warm sunshine! TFS & Hugs

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  14. Cute image and the colour scheme shows it off to perfection. Love the effect of the shooting stars. Hugs Mrs A.

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  15. beautiful image christine and a lovely use of those diecuts too - adorable card. Big hugs rachel x

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  16. Christine, you are so right winter has come back. Love your card, yes I think we will all have to stop and think "Flat Cards". With postage going to be going up again? Hazel x

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  17. It's been well blowy and chilly here too. Lover that image and using the dark blue and white is so very classy and you've got great texture here too Karen x

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  18. A fabulous Christmas card Christine. I love the sweet image and pretty die cuts
    Lorraine x

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  19. A gorgeous card Christine, love the cute image and design. Carol x

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  20. Fab Xmas card Christine. I love this die..it's one of my faves

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  21. Hi Christine,
    super designed card.
    Love that cute image, and those fab die cut stars.
    I do hope all is well in the H household.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  22. Hi Christine
    Only in Britain could "Summertime" herald snow lol!
    Flat cards are good by me especially cute and smashing ones like this.
    Off to bed now as its been a very long day and another one to come tomorrow!
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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  23. Hi Christine..sorry I'm catching up on everyones blog again I seem to have been really busy and getting nothing done! love your card and the dies..huggles Sue xx

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  24. Oh that is so precious! Loving your critters Christine. Gorgeous card. Zx

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