Are you wondering who walked away with the freebies from my online shop promotion last week? Well, it was lovely Jackie Collins from Bedfordshire who was thrilled when I phoned to let her know she'd won £25 worth of free items of her choice. "I don't believe it - I never win anything!" she said. Well, she does now! Congratulations Jackie, enjoy your goodies!Now, it might be halloween today but I'm thinking about Christmas cards - and quick ones too since it's Three Minute Thursday. Yesterday I showed you how the stylised holly from Joyful Christmas could turn autumnal but today it's back in festive form! Come and see:
I used markers on the rubber before stamping to get the double coloured sentiment and then used my stamp-a-majig to add the holly leaves. Candy dots make perfect berries - in fact, you may have gathered by now that I believe candy dots are perfect in every way!
The front panel was cut the same height as the card base but 1.5cm narrower and was mounted using dimensionals for extra interest.
Here's what you'll need to make this project
Stamps: Joyful Christmas
Ink: Garden Green classic ink, Early Espresso, Real Red markers
Card stock: Whisper White
Other: Candy dots, stamp-a-majig
You can order from my online shop any time, day or night,
but if you have any queries, or prefer to speak to me, I'm always happy to help.
Customers placing orders of £250+
will get a whopping £65 worth of freebies during October!
It's half term here and my children are keeping me entertained! Yesterday, my daughter was doing some baking while my youngest son did the washing up after lunch (and for those who think what an angel he is, please bear in mind that he was urged to do so several times and only caved in when I threatened to confiscate his xbox!) I asked my son to put clingfilm over some left-overs and pop them back in the fridge. "The trouble with clingfilm," said my son, "is that it's a bit clingy!"
See you tomorrow,
See you tomorrow,