Saturday, 25 July 2015

Christmas Card Club # 15 Let It Snow

Good morning to you all this morning. The sun is shining but it's pretty chilly out there. At least it's not pouring with rain like yesterday; it just didn't stop all day.

Well it's time for our little club to produce another Christmas card and this time it was my choice. I decided on Let It Snow.  If you would like to see what the other girls make then you can find their names and blogs  in my right side bar.  Also if you would like to join our little group and get your Christmas cards made early then please contact me and I will put you in touch with Margaret who keeps us all in check.

This card s not actually due until tomorrow but I have a DT card due then so I am posting this one early.

My Card


Ingredients
5" x 7" base card 
Red card from stash
Sue Wilson -  Snowflake Lattice e/f
Britannia die - Let It Snow
Marianne Creatables for mat - sorry don't know name or number.
Dig image - freebie from a long time ago
Promarkers
Glitter -naturally!!!

This is another very flat card so very good for posting .  I'm trying to make the majority of my cards flat this year, except for my specials for family and close friends.  Got to try and save pennies somehow!

Well I hope everybody is well.  Take care.


I think I'll pop across to:

32 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous Christine. I love the image, beautiful colours and wonderful sparkle.
    hugs Sue xx

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  2. A fab image and great colours, Just gorgeous.xxx

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  3. Morning Christine,
    A very pretty card, love the image.
    Lydia
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  4. Just love this that centre digi works so well and I love the design and EF its gorgeous love and hugs Carole x

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  5. Beautiful Christmas card Christine, so nice to see this time of the year.xx

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  6. Hi Christine,
    what a very wonderful Christmas card.
    wonderfully designed, and the image is fab.
    Snap on your color choice.
    Love and biggest hugs from my house to your.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  7. Hi Christine
    Fabulous card... Just made mine to sunny to take photo ... So hot here
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  8. Your card is lovely Christine, but I cant even think about making Christmas cards while we have 40 degree + heat, xxxLOL

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  9. Hi Christine, what a gorgeous card for your theme this week, love the image and the way you have coloured and glittered it. A fabulous design and I think most of us will be adopting your flat for posting this year, those stamps are darned expensive :/
    Lorraine

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  10. At this moment storm and rain are almost blowing away our country!! Best weather for blogvisits and I like your card very much!
    Lia xx

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  11. A lovely traditional looking card, I love the glittery little scene in the center.
    Jean x

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  12. Christine, So very pretty with the image of the black & white outline of the country church over the more colorful traditional bow & holly. Made a wonderful impression. Love that matting that you've chosen, and the bold sentiment too. Clever you to cover both posts with this beautiful card! (Wish I'd thought of doing that!!! LOL). TFS & have a great wkend. Hugs

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  13. A gorgeous Christmas card. Fab image and design
    Lorraine x

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  14. So glad you popped across with this lovely card. That digi image is wonderful and I like that you left the ornament bauble in black and white and glitter!

    Sorry I have not been visiting like I used too...my health has affecting my creativity and time on computer.

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  15. Hello Christine, gorgeous card, I love the little snowy village and the beautiful background, super card for the challenge, hugs Kate x

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  16. Hi Christine I started to comment and the puppy decided to help!!! lol fabulous card and love the little village hope you and John are both okay lots of huggles Sue xx

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  17. Beautiful image and a great layout and a really lovely card.

    Kath x

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  18. A gorgeous card Christine and thanks for a great challenge...who doesn't love a bit of snow at Christmas! Carol x

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  19. Just sending you some sunshine and lollipops.xx

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  20. Terrific Rudolph Day card xxx

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  21. lovely Christine that image really pops with the red of the bow.....wish it would cheer up here we have rain and I am thinking of switching the heating on! xxx

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  22. Very pretty! Thanks for sharing at Eureka! Stamps Christmas in July challenge. Lisa DT

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  23. Love your scene in the middle of a traditional colour spray. Thanks for a lovely challenge Zx

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  24. a beautiful make Christine - really pretty - love the traditional colours - beautiful xx

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  25. Love the snow scene in your bauble. hugs Mrs A.

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  26. Beautiful card Christine, love the colours and image, hugs Carole Z X

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  27. That is beautiful Christine, a lovely image and gorgeous die! Thanks for the challenge Karen x

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  28. I understand what you are saying about the flat cards. I think this one has worked perfectly. It is lovely. Kate x

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