Saturday, 5 September 2015

Christmas Card Club # 18 - Christmas Carols

Good morning.  I hope you are all well.  It's been pretty cold here and I must confess that we have lit the woodburner a couple of evenings!!  I don't like being cold!  Here I am with my card for the Christmas Card Club - a day early again because I will be posting again tomorrow.  Rita is our hostess this time and she has specified Christmas Carols.

My Card


Recipe
Cardstock - The Range
Midnight Clear stamp - JustRite Stamps
Poinsettia - Marianne dies
Frosty Border - Memory Box
Leaf sprigs - Spellbinders Foliage
A2 Curved Borders One - Spellbinders 

I used white card stock from The Range and formed a 7" x 5" card base and I die cut the bottom of both front and back edges with SB Curved Borders One.  Whilst still in the die I inked across the bottom with Brilliance Pearlescent Ice Blue ink pad.  I used the same ink pad to stamp the beautiful image.  I really love this stamp and it barely needs anything adding to it to make a lovely card, so it makes for nice fairly quick and easy cards.   In order to have the same blue throughout I also inked up some white card before die cutting the foliage sprigs.  I then added Twinklets Diamond Dust to the Poinsettia and Crystal Glamour Dust to the snowflake border to give the feeling of iciness .

If you would like to see what other members of the CCC have made then if you pop back tomorrow you will find their details on my sidebar. My Christmas cards are mounting up but I really need to get a move on because I do send lots and lots of cards!  I keep saying I will cut back but never do.

Well I will leave you now.   Take care.


22 comments:

  1. A gorgeous card,lovely design.xxx

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  2. beautiful Christine.. just love the soft colours and the sheer elegance! xxx

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  3. Christine, this is beautiful,your colours are perfect for a snowy Christmas card with a carol on it. Hazel x

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  4. Hi Christine! I LOVE this amazing card. You used wonderfull colours and made a great design.
    I am just back from Austria where we had 10 days with 30 C. (ore more) and when the rain came we went home, where it is pretty cold.... Best weather for crafting again!!
    Lia xx

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  5. Morning Christine,
    A stunner, love it all.
    Lydia
    X

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  6. This is gorgeous Christine, such a beautiful design and I love the colours.
    hugs Sue xx

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  7. Gorgeous Christmas card Christine....fabulous design.and colours

    Anne

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  8. Prachtige kaart Christine
    Groetjes Gerrie

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  9. WOW!!!!!!!! Christine this is absolutely gorgeous, so elegant, that stamp is beautiful and so are all your lovely details, certainly fits the bill, love it, Kate x

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  10. Gorgeous card, love that stamp you used too...sweet, colours are awesome..

     {The Journey Is The Start  aNNie  my personal blog}

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  11. This is a beautiful stamp Christine and your card shape and details set it off beautifully. Great one for the theme this time and another card for your Christmas pile. Mine is growing slowly but like you I need to make so many more.
    Lorraine

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  12. This is so pretty Christine, xxx

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  13. Absolutely stunning Christine, I just LOVE everything about your beautiful card.
    I have made a BIG decision to cut back on cards this year. We send so many to people we never see or hear from one year to the next. The ones that live 100s of miles away fair enough. Ones that live not that far away will have to be thought about before sending.
    Heating on here when needed.
    Have a great weekend
    Patricia x

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  14. A gorgeous icy card Christine, love the design and all the die cuts.
    Have a lovely weekend
    Lorraine x

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  15. Hi Christine hope you are well. What an absolutely fabulous card. I just adore the colour...it's gorgeous. X

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  16. Hi Christine
    Lovely take on the Challenge... Fabulous
    Hugs Sylvie xx

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  17. Fabulous card Christine. Love it. Hugs Rita xxxx

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  18. Christine, once again, a most elegant blue & white theme that is so lovely. I really like the S/B curved border treatment. The snowflake border and those pretty poinsettias were just the right embellishments for the wonderful music score. Great interpretation of Rita's Christmas Carol. Enjoy your nice fire - it's still hot in our area. TFS & Hugs

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  19. Very elegant card for our challenge Christine. I like the colour choice too which sets of your carol and the beautiful embellishments. Zx

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  20. A beautiful and elegant card. Perfect for Rita's theme. Love the soft colours. hugs Mrs A. (ValeryAnne).

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  21. A beautiful card Christine and great take on the challenge. Carol x

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