Sunday, June 19, 2016

Rosy cheeks .

Are you warm and cosy , away from Winter chill? Or are you working on your tan under your Summer sun?  Which ever , I see that you have popped in to view  what I have created for the next Christmas card Challenge #29 so thanks for calling in . 

Hello  and thank you to Margaret , from Adelaide , for joining my followers .
A talented card maker and quite a master of embellishing .

Well done to winner and top 3 from last weeks challenge .

If you are looking for ideas do pop over to the DT blogs . There are sure to be inspiration a  plenty .

My card to share ..

 SU White  card base and layer for pre coloured  image  , found on internet .Sentiment old SU set .Paper from stash  White centre layer adhered with foam dots .

Please remember to link directly to the blog post or gallery page where we can view/comment on your creation, and not just the generic link to your blog. The link  feature won't allow for generic blog links. You must create a new project. No back  linking please.

If you upload to an online gallery, please use the tag SCCC so that we can all enjoy your cards. 

See you soon with your creation hopefully .

Catch you again soon , cheers for now , Shirley-Anne. 


  1. What a cheery snowman, he would warm anyone up in the Winter, or cheer you up in the Christmas warmth.

    In "old" Wales we have rain and cold, I expect the heating will be on in an hour or 2 for a short time. It's flaming June here! LOL.

  2. This is really gorgeous Shirley Anne!!
    Kevin xx

  3. Hi Shirley-Anne,

    He is so cute and calm and happy all at the same time. The papers co-ordinate well and indeed it is a lovely card.

    Hope you are well and enjoying crafting and the cold weather.

    It has been a long time and I am trying to be regular with blogging.

    Lots of love,

  4. He's a QT! Very festive and fun card!

  5. Aww! Such a cutie. Love this card.


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