Monday, 19 March 2018

Christmas Flowers For CCC

Good morning.  First of all apologies to Rachel for being a day late with my card and thanks for a lovely challenge.  I chose poinsettias because the red ones really seem to symbolise Christimas.

Well I'm hopeful the snow will be gone again soon.  Fortunately it's not as bad as last time but once again the high winds are making it drift so John has been out with his snow shovel digging out the car and around the gates where the drift is making it impossible to open them. I need to get out today because I broke off part of a filling and so need to get to the  dentist. Ugh!

My Cards

Recipe 
6" square red base card 
Poinsettia image - Imagine That Digi
Embossing folder - I think is a free one from a magazine
Gold glitter to finish

Recipe
6"square white base card
red card - Rymans
poinsettia corner digi - free image from internet
Sentiment Heartfelt Creations

Two nice flat cards making them easy to post.

A very quick post today.  Hope you are all well.

Take care and keep warm.


19 comments:

  1. Christmas in Eastertime...well in cardmaking 'business' everything can happen! You made great cards Christine!
    Lia xx

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  2. Two very beautiful cards Christine. Could not choose a favourite as I love both of them. Hope you get to the dentist ok. Hugs Rita xxx

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  3. Morning Christine,
    Two lovely cards.
    Lydia
    X

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  4. Two gorgeous card Christine, lovely imagery and beautiful clean and simple designs suitable for posting. I hope the dentist trip goes well for you.
    Lorraine

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  5. Gorgeous images on your lovely cards Christine.
    Hope you get to dentist OK.
    Can I have a theme for MAWTT, ta. xxx

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  6. Two lovely cards Christine such beautiful vibrant colours....
    Hope you manage to get to the dentist ...our snow is almost gone now and it’s a lovely sunny day xxxx

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  7. Hi Christine your cards are stunning I love them both. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  8. Two beauties. My favourite being the last card. Hope you get to the dentist ok. Hugs Mrs A.

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  9. Hi Christine, two beautiful cards, lovely floral images and super designs.
    Good luck with the dentist, take care, Kate x

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  10. Two very pretty Christmas flower cards!
    I like the strong traditional colours on both of them. The embossing folder on the first one is perfect with this single blossom and the sentiment on the second one is stunning.

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  11. Hi Christine, gorgeous cards, I love that sentiment, second time I've seen it today! I may have to buy that! Hugs, Shaz Xx

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  12. Both are colorful and so pretty with the traditional lovely poinsettias. Hope the trip to the dentist went ok for you. Also hope the weather lightens up so you folks are not getting all the white & icy stuff you've had to deal with. TFS & Hugs

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  13. Hi Christine
    Fabulous cards... Both stunning
    Hugs Sylvie xx
    Hope you managed to get to the dentist
    X

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  14. Two gorgeous cards Christine I'm fed up of snow now it needs to get warmer lol hope you got your tooth sorted huggles Sue xx

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  15. These are fab Christine. Great cards x

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  16. Beautiful two cards, lovely colouring too.xx💖 [Aussie aNNie's Blog]

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  17. Two super cards Christine, I love poinsettias and your images are gorgeous. Carol x

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  18. Hi Christine, these are wonderful cards. Beautiful Poinsettias.
    I should have gone to NEC on Sunday but was snowed in.
    Hope you managed to get your tooth sorted out.
    Hugs Sue W.

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  19. Hi Christine
    Two super cards. Love the sentiment on the second.
    Have been frequenting the dentist myself lately and need to go again next week.
    Ang x

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