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I started this blog in April 2012 so I could join Challenges. I am now on some design teams. I hope you like my cards. I started stamping in 1995 but my cards are still mostly cute.
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Monday, 2 December 2013

Whoopsi Daisy challenge for 2 December

The challenge at Whoopsi Daisy this week is make a Christmas card in the traditional colours
This is my card I made in red and green  with some white

Embossed green card with Cuttlebug "Holly with Berries" embossing folder.  Added Christmas ribbons.  Printed pre coloured digi from Whoopsi Daisy sheet number 496 and punched with Stampin up scallop circle punch and layered onto red card punched with Stampin Up circle punch.

I hope you will go over and see the other lovely cards by the design team and join in our challenge.  You don't have to use a Whoopsi Daisy stamp but if you do and you are the winner you will receive 2 sheets of Whoopsi daisy stamps.  If you don't use a Whoopsi Daisy stamp and you are the winner you will win one sheet of images.

There are lots of lovely dig  images to buy at
and there is also a freebie this month.

I would also like to add this card into Crafty Hazelnut's Monthly Christmas challenge anything goes


Hazel said...

Thanks for entering this lovely card for my CHNC challenge extra for December - hope to see you again soon. x

Granmargaret said...

Thank you Hazel